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By JACOB MARROCCO It's just the morning routine for Billy DeAngelus III. The Twin Oaks owner heads downstairs to a backdoor with his 4-year-old German Shepherd, Teddy, and scoops up a large container of feed. He goes out back and descends the steep more
After winning awards and critical acclaim in the Broadway smash hit Hamilton: An American Musical, Leslie Odom Jr. could have done anything. Doors opened, opportunities arose, but it is sharing his love for jazz that has taken the spotlight. He recorded more
By PAM SCHIFF The students in Dayna Cianci-Hudick and Sheri Poyant's Kindergarten classes at Oaklawn Elementary teamed up to perform a very special concert on Wednesday, June 14, under the direction of music teacher Jessica Hookway, the students have more
A Western Hills Middle School science teacher was found guilty Monday of first-degree sexual assault, but his second-degree sexual assault charge was dismissed. Matthew Sheridan, 49, was arrested in May 2016 for allegedly sexually assaulting a teenage more
The ongoing investigation into Russian influence pertaining to the 2016 general election, the firing of former FBI Director James B. Comey, the supposed breaching of the emoluments statutes by the Trump family or organization, and the president's more
To the Editor: The attempted murder of congressional staff and congressmen is one more tragic event that should be a call for our nation to engage in open and honest discussion on the purpose and limits of guns in our society. I believe America's more
By JEN COWART The traditional Ideal Cranstonian Award was given to two students this year, Abigail Shideler and Nicole Sacco. Principal Tom Barbieri recognized them both in his remarks, citing the many reasons why they were chosen. Each year our faculty" more
The School Committee unanimously approved a final budget Monday night for the upcoming fiscal year. In February, the committee requested an increase of $1.7 million in funding to Mayor Allan Fung, … more
By PAM SCHIFF Cancer is not something anyone thinks is something to laugh at. But at the same time it is said laughter is the best medicine. So, with that philosophy in mind, Allie Marisi, a 2013 graduate from Cranston High School West and the Medical more
By JEN COWART On Thursday night, the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC) kicked off the 2017 graduation weekend with its annual Senior Certificate Ceremony. According to the school's Director Gerry Auth, 173 students earned Career and more
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