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The new locations — at 993 Oaklawn Ave. in Cranston and 629 Killingly St. in Johnston — provide a convenient place for local residents and community members to drop off their gently-used … more
Navigant Credit Union, the largest member-owned credit union in Rhode Island, has added a new member to its growing leadership team – including Cranston’s Carlos Vargas. Vargas will … more
High Honors Grade 8 Connor Ainley, Chloe Ayoub, Caden Baum, Caitlyn Blanchette, Joshua Bloschichak, Sofia Borges, Kyla Buco, Sadie Butler, Caley Carlino-Legault, Kate Caron-McCain, Ciana … more
Sixth graders at Hugh B. Bain Middle School had a special guest on May 25. Providence Postmaster Jeanne Jackson visited students and taught them how to address a letter and said each student would … more
Rhode Island’s average gas price is down 6 cents from last week , averaging $4.95 per gallon. Tuesday’s price is 23 cents higher than a month ago, and $1.98 higher than June 21, 2021. … more
Boy scouts from Troop 66 helped clean up the lawn of St. David's on the Hill Episcopal Church on April 30. The troop uses the church for meetings and did some community service for the church in … more
Grade 8 High Honors Gabriel Boch Estrada, Leah Carrillo Hernandez, Victor De Leon, Angel Guzman, Madelyn Hart, Matthew Li, Bradly Santos Sanchez, Robert Stevens, Meilyn Torres Garcia, Mariel … more
Volunteering: Health & Wellbeing June 29 – 10 a.m. Facilitator: Karen Porto, RSVP Director Volunteering makes a huge difference in the lives of others, but did you know that … more
By PAM SCHIFF High schools across the state and country are constantly looking for classes and programs to increase students' interest and challenge them. Cranston East has the luck to be the … more
By EMMA BARTLETT It’s official. Cranston West senior Morgan Bitgood, 18, is the city’s first female Eagle Scout. “Personally, I’ve known Morgan for a while, and this is … more
By PAM SCHIFF As the Matracia family learned in May, life can change in literally the blink of an eye. For Charlie, his wife Angela, their three sons, and his brother Michael unfortunately lost … more
By JOHN HOWELL Before he ran for the School Committee, before he turned his home into a Christmas light show phenomena and long, long before he even dreamed of running for mayor, Frank Picozzi was … more
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