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The members of Moondance, a Van Morrison tribute show may seem to be copping an attitude when they're on stage at The Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, February 3 at 8 p.m., but really they're just throwing off a little stage attitude in an more
By PAM SCHIFF The Park View community prides itself on its reputation of generosity and giving to those in need. Starting at the beginning of December this past school year, the school came together and did a supply drive for the Hasbro Tomorrow Fund for more
The following students have earned first quarter honors at Western Hills Middle School: Grade 8 High Honors Josaris Agosto, Irina Amadio, Kylie Boatner, Molly Brown, Juliana Bucci, Angelica Bueno, Olivia Cataldi, Taylor Cheshier, Jacob Chin, Janelis more
By JEN COWART It was an intense morning in the auditorium at Park View Middle School on Wednesday, January 10 as students watched their peers on stage as finalists for the school's National Geographic Bee. Eight students representing each team for the more
By JEN COWART As the Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) progresses through their year, they have taken the opportunity to host their meetings at a variety of schools in Cranston. On Monday night they paid a visit to Cranston's third high school, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Seven thousand Rhode Islanders made history as part of the worldwide movement known as the Women's March on Washington last January. That was just the beginning. This year, on Jan. 20, they will be on the march again on the South Lawn more
By THOMAS GREENBERG A vote was taken on the House floor last Friday on a bill proposing that every city and town in the state have a fully functioning homeless shelter open to all homeless people 24/7. It passed 24-17. Alas, it was only a mock vote - and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Chapel View-Garden City-Sockanosset area of Cranston is already heavily developed, but is still a work in progress, especially at the Fountains at Chapel View 22.4 acre site that is essentially a blank slate right now. City more
By JEN COWART Haitian community leaders, politicians and dignitaries from across the state gathered at Dorcas International's North Campus on Elmwood Avenue Sunday to rebuke the ugliness and inappropriate nature of the words and sentiments shared by more
By JOHN HOWELL What started out as an inquiry about the Cranston Cultural Arts Council more than a year ago is leading to the recognition of the late John V. Pagliarini, his widow Florence and their profound love of the arts. He believed that everything" more
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