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By ROB DUGUAY When it comes to any creative medium, the artist never wants to put themselves into a box. No one likes to be pigeonholed into a certain category while striving for originality. By fusing a country twang with the emphasis of rock and the more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's July 8 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.69 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is six cents lower than the more
Harold Francis “Skip” Benway Jr., 73, of Arvada, CO, formerly of Cranston, RI, passed away peacefully on July 2, 2019. Skip was a loving husband to the late Kathy (Duquette) Benway. He was a … more
Shane McDonough, a sophomore at Providence Country Day High School, was recently selected to the Iroquois National Development team for lacrosse. This is a brand-new program that is led by Mark … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston Western 12-year-old All-Stars cruised to a 10-0 win over North Providence on Sunday evening after rolling to wins against Mt. Pleasant and Fox Point by a combined score of 29-0 to begin the District 1 tournament. The more
The morning of the dedication of the soup kitchen in Antigua, Guatemala, was full of sunshine and excitement. The day before, I had arrived back at the house of my email friend with a multitude of recently purchased flowers in disarray. The ladies were more
Cadence Academy welcomed Mayor Allan Fung recently welcomed Cadence Academy at 546 Budlong Road - formerly known as the Children's Workshop - to the local business community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Cadence Academy enrolls 117 students between the more
On June 27, guests participated in the Cranston Historical Society’s first evening “Tour with Tea” program at the Sprague Mansion. The evening began with a brief movie about the Sprague … more
Waxing historical The fifth-grade students at Glen Hills Elementary School recently took guests on a tour through the history of the American Revolution. As part of their Wax Museum project, the students chose an important figure from history and more
By JEN COWART It could have just been another stand-alone assessment for the second-grade students at Edgewood Highland Elementary School. But thanks to a collaborative effort on the part of the faculty and staff, it was instead a real-life lesson in the more
On Monday, the Cranston Public Library’s Central Library hosted an “open showcase” for individuals age 13 and up to try out and experience virtual reality systems, including Google Expedition … more
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