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The Toll Gate Titans beat the Scituate Spartans, 8-0, on a rainy Friday night at Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School. Michael Negri, the junior running back, led the way for the Titans, rushing for 106 yards on nine more
By DON FOWLER Want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, enjoy a soothing beverage and satisfy your taste buds with an experience you will find nowhere else? No, you don't have to go to France to enjoy crepes the way they should be made. more
By MERI KENNEDY On International Walk to School Day on Oct. 4, Oak Lawn Elementary School, along with the Parent Teacher Group (PTG), hosted a walk with Cranston Police student resource officers Matt Davis and Derek Dimeo, who took part in the annual more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Who would have the courage to take a bizarre play with a twist I defy you to figure out until the final moments and set it outside in October? Kevin Broccoli, of course. Epic Theatre's Artistic Director has taken Robert more
Mobile meals Park View Middle School hosted their second annual Food Truck Night on Oct. 5, which was free and open to the community. On site were Haven Brothers, Frisky Fries, Kona Ice and Gotta Q Barbeque. Hundreds of students, family members and more
By JEN COWART On Thursday evening, Sept. 28, the red carpet was rolled out and the paparazzi were ready and waiting as the doors to the Cranston High School West auditorium were officially opened and the final product of this phase of the Cranston High more
By JEN COWART The October 2 meeting of the Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) was full of information for its guests. Representatives from throughout the Cranston School Department, including Tom Barbieri from Cranston High School West, Gerry Auth more
By PAM SCHIFF The Cranston Special Education Advisory Committee is a state mandated extension of the School Committee that educates and informs parents about special education issues in the district. Besides parents, the committee is made up of more
Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung is highlighting the successful rollout of a new online tax payment and electronic billing system implemented by the city's Tax Collections department this summer at the start of the current fiscal year. About $1.5 million in more
By PAM SCHIFF Under the Saturday night lights at Cranston Stadium, the Cranston East Thunderbolt Band and Emerald Encore hosted eight other high schools including; Bishop Feehan, Blackstone-Milville, Cranston East, Dartmouth, Dennis-Yarmouth, King more
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