The Cranston Herald
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By PAM SCHIFF Someone at Oak Lawn Elementary must have a connection with Mother Nature, and was able to get a sunny, breezy and cool day for their first fundraising event of the year on Friday, Sept. 30. Principal Jim Zanfinni was pleased with the event. more
By MERI KENNEDY On Wednesday, Oct. 4, members of the Cranston Police Department invited the community to an informal gathering to discuss current community issues, build relationships and meet face-to-face over a cup of coffee. All community members were more
By PAM SCHIFF What started off as an innocent share on the BASICS (Benefiting All Students in Cranston Schools) Facebook page by a parent trying to help a teacher get eight Chromebooks for her classroom, has raised a major problem for Cranston Public more
By JEN COWART It's been no secret that today's students are stressed out, but now there is data to prove it. This past spring, RIDE released the Surveyworks data from surveys which were given out to students in grades three and up, as well as to parents, more
By PAM SCHIFF Cranston East Social Studies teacher, Chris Ougheltree came up with a spur of the moment" initiative to show support for our troops. "This is just one example of the many positive projects related to helping our community generated by the" more
By JOHN HOWELL The Pothole Killers visited Cranston last week. Resembling a mechanical praying mantis on wheels, the killer didn't have far to travel to find a pothole. By Rhode Island standards it was hard to even call it a pothole, rather it was more more
By JEN COWART The two kindergarten classes at Edgewood Highland Elementary School are implementing a new integrated curriculum this school year, and they are one of three Cranston Public Schools that are participating. We participated in four full days" more
By MICHAEL HUBER On a damp and cloudy Columbus Day, the air onshore was full of the sounds of drills and hammers from workers rebuilding the Edgewood Yacht Club, all amid the quiet beginnings of the 6th Annual Columbus Day Regatta out on the water. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Sometimes when you brace for the worst, that's what you end up getting. That's what happened for Caroline Caprio of Warwick back in July 2013 when an MRI revealed a golf ball-sized brain tumor on the left side of her head. The more
By PAM SCHIFF Oaklawn art teacher Marisa Iacovone is working with the full student body on a project to help give back to the greater community. Mr. Z. (Oaklawn Principal Jim Zanfini) approached me over the summer with this interest of connecting" more
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