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“The Edgewood Congregational Church, like many mainstream churches of all denominations, is at a crossroads,” I wrote in the Cranston Herald exactly one year ago. A revisioning process was … more
Many years ago, my family and I enjoyed a luscious church picnic. In addition to the hamburgers cooked on the grill and the regular side dishes such as macaroni salad, some people brought questionable, but delectable, side dishes. Who knew that there more
THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING *** ½ out of five stars Writer/director Joe Cornish presents a modern-day Arthurian adventure from the perspective of some very plucky kids. Alexander Eliot … more
MISS BALA * * (Mexican drug wars) Gina Rodriguez stars as the ordinary woman who finds herself in an extraordinary situation and emerges as another female hero. Rodriguez plays Gloria Fuentes, a Mexican-American makeup artist who travels from Las more
What makes us laugh? Some seek out edgy humor or crave political jokes. In other cases, audiences prefer their comedy clean. Funny 4 Funds, a comedy fundraising company that has helped local … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Islanders experiencing an emergency have a new tool at their fingertips. The state this week announced the launch of its Text-to-911 system, which allows people to seek assistance through a text message to the state's E-911 more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Lady Falcons made the expedition to Portsmouth High School on Friday night and were beaten by the Lady Patriots 41-34 in a girls Division I basketball showdown. Alexis Greffen, Portsmouth's senior guard, scored her more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East and West indoor track and field teams headed to Providence last weekend to compete in the Class Championships against some of the best athletes in the state. Many Thunderbolts and Falcons made noise and hit the podium more
The Western Hills wrestling team had a strong showing at the state championships at Ponaganset last weekend, taking home a ninth-place finish and seeing Luke Montefusco taking home a title. First year coach Chris Crofwell was proud of his club's more
The Rhode Island Youth Lacrosse league recently named Pete Kelleher as its president as the spring season approaches. The RIYLL currently hosts over 3,000 athletes from areas all throughout the state, as well as a handful of teams from Massachusetts. more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering high school seniors college scholarships of up to $20,000 a year through its Carter Roger Williams Initiative. Members of the class of 2019 have until Feb. 12 to apply. Roger Williams personified principles that" more
By JEN COWART For the second consecutive year, students from both Rhodes and Oaklawn elementary schools recently visited the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center, or CACTC, for an interactive Hour of Code experience. The students got to visit two more
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