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Grade 8 High Honors Connor Ainley, Chloe Ayoub, Caden Baum, Caitlyn Blanchette, Joshua Bloschichak, Sofia Borges, Kyla Buco, Sadie Butler, Caley Carlino-Legault, Kate Caron-McCain, Ciana Catelli, … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Rhode Island College junior and Cranston native Jenna Lisi was named the Jill Craybas Award winner for the third straight season. The Craybas Award is given to Rhode … more
St. Paul’s School students, Pre-K to second grade, learned about the importance of trees and plants for the environment at an April 29 Arbor Day celebration at William Hall Library. Mary Jo … more
I can confidently say in this past month Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers has taken in the largest and most important comic and toy collection on consignment to date in company history. The … more
METRO ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20Try not to question the mysteries of the universe right now, Aries. Unconventional vibes are coming your way, which may lead you on some bizarre, yet enjoyable … more
By JOHN HOWELLand EMMA BARTLETT Lloyd Albert, first vice president at AAA New England has been though dramatic gas increases before and what motorists will do to reduce consumption including … more
Spring is here, the air is fresh and many of us are looking to get outside and get moving again!  However, many women suffer from stress urinary incontinence which often limits our desire to … more
There is always a before and after. As women, our bodies go through changes so extreme and so wonderful that many of us find it hard, or impossible, to navigate our health alone. Pain becomes … more
Visitors at the Joy Homestead celebrated the 241st anniversary of the March to Victory of General Rochambeau through Cranston, Scituate and Coventry on June 18. The early morning of June 18, 1781, … more
DUI At 2:48 a.m. on July 4, Cranston Police arrested Andy Luna, 32, of 38 Harold St., Providence, on charges of DUI (first offense) and Breathalyzer Refusal. The arrest was the result of an … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Before Rep. Karen Alzate (D-Dist. 60, Pawtucket) and her sister were in high school and could drive, their father taxied them everywhere. However, there was one problem. He was … more
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