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If you like thought-provoking, absorbing theatre, then Ocean State Theatre Company’s production of “Inherit the Wind” is the play you should see. Director Fred Sullivan Jr., a mainstay at … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Woodridge Elementary PTO held their 4th annual family friendly, Certified 5K Road Race/Walk. Despite the rain on Saturday, spirits were not dampened. The course included rolling hills in the Dean Estates area of Cranston and for more
Cranston East and Cranston West were set to meet on Tuesday to launch the baseball season, but heavy rain pushed the get-together between the rivals to Friday at 3:45 p.m. at Cranston Stadium. With the postponement, both more
For newlyweds Taylor and Greg Flynn, the initial steps on the journey to owning their first home came rather naturally. “Not sure I ever had a dream,” Taylor said. “I just kind of always … more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT & JACOB MARROCCO Fifty students competed in the annual Rhode Island National Geographic Bee on Saturday at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, where one Providence student was crowned champion and a Cranston resident finished in the top more
By JEN COWART On Friday afternoon as fifth-grader Sophie Appel and a fellow student spoke to their peers about an upcoming Pennies for Patients fundraiser that would soon be starting, she had absolutely no idea that she was about to have the surprise of more
By JEN COWART Last week, all seven Cranston Public Schools middle and high schools hosted speakers from the Sandy Hook Promise organization, presenting the Say Something violence prevention program to students there. In a collaboration initiated by Kevin more
By MELISSA WEIDMAN Ed Richard of Cranston would never describe himself as a hero. But for Deanna Upchurch, grief support & volunteer programs manager for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care Rhode Island (Hope Hospice RI), Richard is a shining example of the more
The Tomorrow Fund, the only local non-profit organization that helps children with cancer, held its 15th Annual Stroll on Sunday, in Garden City. The Stroll, which began at 10 a.m., was organized by a committee of volunteers and parents of local more
By PAM SCHIFF Spring is here officially, but for some Cranston residents the storm of February 2017 is still an issue that will not melt. Many citizens and businesses this year were notified of their noncompliance with snow removal ordinances about more
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