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The Western Hills baseball team is currently in its home stretch of the regular season, with its final game slated for next week against Bain. The Cobras jumped out to a strong 6-1 start to kick of the year, but dropped back to back contests to Feinstein more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Crosstown rivals Cranston East and Cranston West joined forces on Saturday and took on Pilgrim and Toll Gate during the first-ever Lacrosse Border/Charity Cup at Cranston Stadium. Tickets were $5 at the gate and the proceeds went to the more
By JEN COWART The 12 seniors in the Senior Studio art class at Cranston High School East gathered at the Central Library on May 1 for the official opening of their art exhibition. On display were six to eight pieces of art from each of the students, more
By JEN COWART The students in the two kindergarten classes at Glen Hills Elementary School recently hosted a showcase event, sharing their Governor's Projects created as part of a kindergarten curriculum developed by Boston Public Schools. The classes more
Food and faith Demetrakas Hall, the centerpiece of the Peter G. Mihailides Center at 175 Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston, was filled with what the Rev. Andrew George called many familiar faces" for the Church of the Annunciation's recent 10th annual Greek" more
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge Mr. Chris Paplauskus, Mr. Joe DiCarlo as well as Mayor Allan Fung. They are all true to their word and understand how many of us still maintain pride in our homes today. Anytime I have more
To the Editor: I want to share my experience and discuss my support for Brigham Health's acquisition of Care New England. After feeling dizzy and experiencing chest pain, a cardiac catheterization at Kent Hospital revealed five blockages, requiring more
To the Editor: I am a 10th grade student attending Cranston High School East, and as a high school student in a time of mass shootings in schools around the country, I feel as though it is my duty to care for and protect my peers and fellow students. more
A focus on health A community Health Fair & Blood Drive sponsored by Olympia Fitness & Performance at 10 Worthington Road was held May 4. The event brought together professionals from throughout the city to raise awareness about health and wellness and more
Caroline Caprio of Warwick survived a brain tumor in 2013 and has made a full recovery.On May 5, she organized and held a “Brainstorming For A Cause Fiesta” to raise funds for the Rhode … more
Local tradition The May breakfast tradition dates back to the 1860s and the Old Quaker Meeting House, which is now the site of the Oak Lawn Community Baptist Church. The tradition continued on May 1 as church parishioners served hundreds of visitors for more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island remain the same this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's May 13 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.86 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is the same as the national average more
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