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The National Park Service is funding millions of dollars worth of climate change projects across the country. Stacker breaks down how this money will be used. more
Teacher planning time is a valuable resource that not every educator gets much of. HeyTutor analyzed NCES data to see how it's changed. more
(BPT) - Given the current economic climate, social issues, and rising college tuition, completing a higher education degree has become quite difficult.While some students are still overcoming the … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: In a sure sign that the end of the General Assembly session is approaching, House Speaker Joe Shekarchi slated a budget caucus yesterday afternoon at the State House. A memo this … more
Hazel is so stunning with her coat of many colors! You have to meet in person to see how special she truly is! She is a four year old Catahoula mixed breed and she is super smart! Hazel loves walks … more
Zoom webinar information for remote participation: Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/99771088562?pwd=azV2UnEyVDdnSytSdjFGbEQzSy9CQT09 Passcode: 721441 … more
Regardless of what you like to invest in, every market is cyclical in that it goes through periods of peaks and valleys. Markets are always changing, and it is our job to monitor them. Of all the … more
A referendum is the way our legislative bodies (the General Assembly or City Council) ask voters to approve or reject proposals such as constitutional amendments, home rule charter amendments, … more
Weekend Spotlight May 25, Mae Organization for the Homeless is having a fundraiser Saturday, May 18, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Greek Orthodox Church, Oak Lawn Avenue, Cranston.  May … more
We’re in the final week of the regular season for spring sports with playoffs kicking off next week. Although every season produces some surprises, this spring has spoiled more of my preseason … more
“We are thrilled that the Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament keeps growing. Last year we grew by more than fifty percent. We think we found a great formula with shore, boat, youth and fly … more
The Cranston West boys tennis team celebrated its Senior Night last Friday on campus. The Falcons have nine senior players, making up more than half their roster. The seniors that were honored … more
The Cranston West girls outdoor track and field team had a monster day last Saturday when it won the Class A Championship at Coventry High School. The Falcons boasted a team score of 119.50, edging … more
The Cranston West softball team is on a roll as the Division I playoffs loom as it rolled past both Cumberland and Coventry in recent games. The Falcons beat the Oakers in a 15-3 thrashing on … more
The Cranston East baseball team swept rival West in two games this past week to remain firmly in the Division I playoff race and earn bragging rights in the city. East rolled to an 11-0 shutout … more
Cranston HS East held its 35th Corps of Cadets JROTC End of Year Awards Ceremony, honoring 103 cadets in the Battalion, one of the school’s biggest classes ever. Cranston Herald photos by … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School presents Beethoven & Bronfman, part of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School’s 2024 Gala Celebration. Yefim … more
The Thirsty Beaver needs no introduction. Since the day it opened its doors, it has been the place to go for people who want to be at the hub of the action, consume good, reasonably priced … more
J&T’s Restaurant and Crystal Vizcaino would like to thank Joe Swift and the Johnston Lions club for all their donations, Marilynn and Mekka Domenico for their efforts, Tammy Todd and Nellie … more
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