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Cranston West senior softball standouts Mackenzie Beyer and Danielle Carmody signed National Letters of Intent last Wednesday in the library at Cranston West High School. West softball head coach Jeffrey Smith looks more
Cranston East emerged victorious in the battle of Cranston on Friday evening, as the 'Bolts got four touchdowns from running back Rayven DeOliveira in a 49-28 victory over rival Cranston West in the Division I quarterfinals. more
Otis has a mild heart murmur and the stress of the shelter environment is just simply too much for him. He was found as a stray and has never been found/reclaimed so here he waits for a second chance at a new life in a loving home. more
The Cranston East Thunderbolts boys' soccer team won the Division III state title, beating the St. Raphael Academy Saints, 1-0, at Rhode Island College on Saturday evening. East senior midfielder and sweeper, Ayodeji more
By JEN COWART On Thursday afternoon just after 1 p.m. more than 100 students were hanging out at Tate Field, bouncing in a bounce house, eating Italian Ice and enjoying some cotton candy. The occasion was Bain's first quarter attendance reward and more
By PAM SCHIFF On Friday, Nov. 3 Premier Martial Arts hosted a `Break the Board' night for Oaklawn Elementary School. With over 40 students signed up, they spent the evening playing tug of war and participated in a mini class taught by Premier. The more
For the month of November, the Cranston Public Library is hosting “Aliyah from Rhode Island: A Photo-Text Exhibit” by Shai Afsai. The exhibit features the interviews and photographs of 14 … more
By PAM SCHIFF Continuing their tradition of giving back to their community, Oaklawn Elementary School is donating 1,689 food items to the Cranston Community Action Program (CCAP). For the fifth year in a row, they have participated in the Feinstein more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston West students could swing by the cafeteria last Wednesday morning and grab their breakfast on the go thanks to the Rhode Island Department of Education's (RIDE) new breakfast challenge" being implemented statewide. The" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Eighty-four minutes might seem like a long time to be sitting in a classroom. But the school committee believes that creating a new four-periods-per-day schedule will have great benefits for the students in Cranston's high schools. more
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