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By PAM SCHIFF On Friday, May 19, members of the Park View Middle School Grade 8 Patriots, took over the activities room at the Cranston Senior Center and brought many smiles and lots of laughs to the seniors. According to Ann Marie Torres, eighth-grade more
By JEN COWART After months of auditions, rehearsals, costume and set design and technical preparation, the Hope Highlands Middle School's after school drama club debuted their first show last week, with three performances of Disney's Beauty and the" more
The Cranston East baseball team broke a 2-2 tie against Pilgrim (8-8) in the bottom of the sixth at Cranston Stadium on Thursday afternoon, as a Gio Canales RBI single and a Sam Hanley sacrifice fly highlighted a three-run more
By ZACK DeLUCA Students and faculty from the U.S. Naval War College were joined by Mayor Allan Fung for the President Cup's Curling Competition" at the Cranston Veterans Memorial Ice Rink Sunday afternoon. The intramural event was organized by the Matt" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Sunday, May 21, Bochner's Realistic Self-Defense, located at 855 Dyer Ave., celebrated moms by inviting them for a free workshop on how they can keep themselves, and their children safe, at home, in the parking lot, and anywhere more
By PAM SCHIFF A beloved classic fairy tale had a few tweaks and changes as the cast of the latest rendition of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves performed this past weekend at William Hall Library under the supervision of Gladys Cole. This has been a" more
By TESSA ROY Soledad O’Brien says reporters should always fight to make sure their work is as good as it possibly can be, even if it makes them a bit of a “pain.” “Truly it’s … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Ken Hopkins may have retired from coaching two weeks ago following the end of the CCRI baseball season, but he's not done yet. Not by a long shot. Hopkins (R), 62, had taken up new challenges recently, namely his baptism by fire as a more
By JEN COWART The students at Rhodes Elementary School had a special visit from Pat Perry and her sidekick, Max Man, from the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) on Monday afternoon as Reading Week began at the school. In keeping with the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Football isn't played much at Cranston Stadium during the spring and summer, but that changed this past weekend as a new tradition was born. Former Patriots linebacker and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi stopped by Cranston more
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