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By JEN COWART The sun came out on Saturday morning just in time for an emotional ribbon cutting ceremony at Garden City Elementary School, where the Jeffrey Girard II Memorial Therapeutic Playground was officially dedicated. The community playground is more
By JEN COWART Following an announcement Friday that a public hearing would be held Wednesday to discuus school renovations, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse sent a letter to the parents of Chester Barrows School students indicating her recommendation more
On Nov. 8, a new art exhibit opened at the Artists’ Exchange “Torn” featuring the work of Cranston resident, Linda A. Peterson. Approximately 50 guests and art enthusiasts attended to view the … more
By JEN COWART On Friday, November 9, the school community at Glen Hills Elementary School honored veterans for the upcoming Veterans Day holiday and shown a special spotlight on the veterans in their own community. Glen Hills welcomed special honored more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Although their campaigns were never short on confidence, the nervous energy was apparent at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on Tuesday evening as a mid-sized crowd of supporters for Rhode Island Republican candidates awaited polling results more
By PAM SCHIFF and THOMAS GREENBERG The Republicans have retained a 5-4 majority on Cranston's City Council, winning Wards 4, 5, and 6, as well as two of the Citywide seats. The top vote getter in the Citywide race was a Democrat, however, as Steve more
By JOHN HOWELL The truck is parked outside J. Palmieri's Pizzeria & Pub on Plainfield Pike. The engine is running but no one is inside. Not for long. Mark DePasquale is on the move. He's grabbed some lunch to go and now he's got 45 minutes before a more
By THOMAS GREENBERG During the Ward City Council candidates' forum on Thursday, the 10 candidates for Cranston's six wards discussed citywide issues including schools, safety, and governmental transparency, and also answered Ward-specific questions like more
By PAM SCHIFF Eleven people were shot in cold blood Saturday, October 27 for no reason other than they were Jewish. They were attending a special Jewish life-cycle event at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh when a heavily armed gunman stormed more
This is the third article in an ongoing series which seeks to showcase some of our schools' unsung heroes. In my 10 years as an education reporter and as a former educator, and in my almost 19 years as a parent, I have seen many amazing educators honored more
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