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By JEN COWART More than 70 cast and crew members will come together this weekend to present the timeless musical classic, Fiddler on the Roof" at Cranston High School West. Director Nancy Vitulli has been working with her cast and crew since the start" more
By JEN COWART Last spring, the students in grades 3-8 took the newest standardized test, the Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS), re-branded from the Massachusetts state test, MCAS. The assessment replaced the PARCC assessments and more
By JEN COWART On Sunday, December 2, the parish community at Saint David's on-the-Hill formally dedicated their newest community resource, a Blessing Box. A Blessing Box allows a passerby to either take an item from the box or to leave a blessing for more
By JEN COWART This is the fourth article in an ongoing series, which seeks to showcase some of our schools' unsung heroes. In my ten years as an education reporter and as a former educator, and in my almost 19 years as a parent, I have seen many amazing more
By PAM SCHIFF It's not often that a dignitary from another country visits Cranston. But, it is truly special, when that visitor is the Mayor of Cranston's sister city in Italy, Itri. Over the weekend, Mayor Antonio Fargiorgio visited relatives in the more
By JEN COWART There was a day during the summer of 2015 when Ana Maynard was told that her son Theron would not be able to start Cranston West as a freshman with the rest of his peers from Western Hills Middle School. This coming June, he's set to more
ASSAULT On Nov. 22 at 11:59 p.m. officers arrested Brenda Ayala, 26 of 78 Old Oak Avenue #3 in Cranston for simple assault, disorderly conduct and resisting legal or illegal arrest as a result of a disturbance call at 78 Old Oak Avenue #2. She was then more
By JEN COWART At Cranston High School East the Media Center was alive on the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving with chatter, hugs, and laughter as members of the graduating class of 2018 returned to their old stomping grounds. Their purpose in more
By PAM SCHIFF Eight out of nine sitting City Councilmen attended the School Committee presentation on Wednesday, November 14 to learn what Superintendent, Jeannine Nota-Masse aims to accomplish with the school buildings over the next five years. more
By JEN COWART Last Wednesday evening, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse presented both the Cranston School Committee and the Cranston City Council with the proposed bond option for the first five years of the school departments master plan. The joint more
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