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By THOMAS GREENBERG A local non-profit, the Rhode Island Donation Exchange Program, has partnered with Cranston Community Action Program (CCAP) to provide lower-priced furniture, most of which is donated by Cardi's, to low-income families out of their more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston schools have a policy for when student's lunch payment accounts go into debt. After $12.50 at the elementary level and $16.25 at the secondary level, or five lunches, go unpaid for, the student will receive a sun butter more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Mayor Allan Fung's proposed budget, which will be heard by the City Council this month, doesn't include a tax increase, despite a $4.4 million increase in spending from the current budget. Some city residents may still see an increase more
By JEN COWART Cranston High School West's Marc Mansolillo has a tough choice to make. Out of a pool of 2400 total applicants, he was recently offered a prestigious, four-year full tuition and fees Presidential Scholarship at Villanova University after more
By JEN COWART Colin Theilig is a sophomore at Cranston High School West, a student in the Entrepreneurship program at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center on campus, and a Boy Scout with Cranston's Troop 22. He's now wrapping up an Eagle Scout more
BREAKING AND ENTERING James Dorsey, 51, of 11 Hillhurst Ave. Apt. #2 in Providence, was arrested on March 25 at 12:25 p.m. by Officer Murray for attempted breaking and entering, possession of burglary tools and resisting arrest as the result of a call more
Starting Friday, March 30, Jews around the world are observing the holiday of Passover. For eight days, they sacrifice any food that is designated as “chametz.” Chametz means “leaven,” … more
By JEN COWART Helena Fisher is both financially savvy and environmentally aware, and it's proven to be a winning combination for the Rhodes fifth-grader. She found out in a surprise school assembly on March 16 that she is the Rhode Island elementary more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston schools' plant operations director Ed Collins says that it's replacement time" and there's "no more fixes" when it comes to the building improvements in schools across the city. "It's caught up with us due to a lack of" more
By JEN COWART This article is the first in a series that will feature former students from the Cranston High Schools' art programs to show where they are now and how they have used their art education in their lives and careers. It's been 10 years since more
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