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By KELLSIE KING Senior at Cranston East On March 14, 2018, students across the nation walked out of their classrooms to take a stand against gun violence and let their voices be heard. As the fourteenth marked the one-month anniversary since the tragic more
By JEN COWART On Wednesday, the one-month anniversary of the Parkland, Florida school massacre in which a student killed 14 students and three teachers, students across the nation participated in memorial events, walkouts, protests, and kindness more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In their new offices on Sockanosset Crossroad - behind the Wines and More - is Hope of Life International, a faith-based non-profit that services more than two million people, including building 30 houses and five schools per week in more
To the Editor: Cumberland Farms wants to build yet another mega-station. This time, however, in a residential neighborhood at Edgewood's most troubled intersection at Park and Warwick Avenues. I've lived in Edgewood since 1998 and grew up thirty-forty more
The gym at Cranston High School East was crowded on March 10 for the New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA) competition. Cranston High School East was proud to play host for the third straight year. The event was hosted by Cranston East Alumni more
On Sunday, March 11, Jess Moquin, member of the Cranston East class of 2010, held the Bolts Bazaar after being inspired by the class of 2017, who raised enough money for the entire class to go on their senior trip for free. Moquin is trying to do the more
By PAM SCHIFF When Chris Correia crossed the stage at PPAC to receive his Cranston East diploma in 2013, the last thing he thought about was returning to his ninth grade English classroom to talk about careers, life choices and rap music. But at the more
By JEN COWART As much of the state prepared for the third Nor'easter in 10 days to make its way through Rhode Island, many students in Cranston prepared to remember the 17 victims of the latest school shooting to take the lives of staff and students in more
Cranston High School West had two teams in this year's Academic Decathlon, with another alternate team in the waiting. Cranston West 1 came in fifth place in the competition, finishing about 2,000 points away from the Bronze medal. Meanwhile, for the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The salt was being loaded, the snowplow drivers were getting their pre-storm rest, and city employees were bracing for the impending blizzard on Monday afternoon at the Department of Public Works and Highway Transportation facilities more
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