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By JEN COWART This Thursday, November 9 at 6 p.m. on NBC 10 news, viewers can watch as Gladstone Elementary School's third grade teacher, Jessica Soccio is surprised with the Golden Apple award. Two weeks ago, however, Soccio's students and several of more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Following training in how to recognized and deal with autism in April 2016, the Cranston Police Department has initiated a voluntary registry for youths with autism. We're more educated on recognizing the signs of people on the" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Officials speculate a virus may more likely be the cause of reports of carbon monoxide poisonings at Cranston East. The saga commenced around 11:30 last Wednesday night, when the Cranston School administration received a call from more
By JEN COWART The school community at Hugh B. Bain Middle School is excitedly anticipating their first-ever Winter Carnivale which will take place on Friday evening, December 1 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The event is designed to provide the community more
By THOMAS GREENBERG One of the only handicap-accessible playgrounds in Rhode Island will be officially unveiled in a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Saturday. The Jaxon Marocco Memorial playground, located at the John Chafee Sports and Recreation Complex on more
“I need someone to save my life,” said Carol Mitola. “It is as simple as that. The problem is, I hate, hate, hate to be the one asking for help. It is not who I am. It is not what I do. I … more
East homecoming a winner Hundreds of students and their family as well as alumni attended the Cranston East Homecoming on Oct. 27 with festivities for all. After a brief speaking program, the students formed a parade down Park Avenue to the football game more
By PETE FONTAINE If you're shopping for unique holiday gifts, plan on being at the Church of the Annunciation this weekend. If you're looking for an unusual dining experience, plan on being inside the Greek Orthodox parish's Rev. Peter G. Mihailides more
By THOMAS GREENBERG With all the requirements that Boy Scouts have to complete to attain the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout, completing that final service project feels for many like a weight off of their shoulders. But for Jaireal Rodriguez, attaining more
By JEN COWART On October 23, students at Park View Middle School welcomed Amanda Walsh, an attorney with the Department of Justice's Office of Violence Against Women for an interactive discussion about Title IX, gender equality and the wage gap. The date more
By PAM SCHIFF Everett Aubin is on a mission. He was involved in a car accident on Sept. 18 when his car was hit by a BMW at the intersection of Wellington Avenue and Laurens Street a bit after 5:00 pm. He was heading to the park, with his dog, a 20-pound more
The most common answer of any Rhode Islander when asked about the quality of life in our state is “great state, lousy government.” For four decades now, this writer has witnessed governor … more
ASSAULT On Oct. 29 at approximately 6:15 p.m., Officer Scotti arrested Carla Dempsey, 47, of 81 Redwood Dr. in Cranston for domestic disorderly conduct, domestic simple assault and driving without consent of owner. The arrest was the result of a call for more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Cranston Hall of Fame is growing in size and diversity, with five new members set to be inducted in November. The Hall of Fame was established in 1980, making this year its 37th induction. With almost 200 inductees as of this more
By THOMAS GREENBERG For now, it's just a resolution that's been referred to the Ordinance Committee that would only be a potential alternative for a deal already in place. But it could be huge for the future of Cranston. The proposal that could change more
Driving through neighborhoods, one can't help but gawk at the houses decorated for Halloween. It is a holiday that seems to have taken on a life of it's own. Is it me or have Halloween decorations become more lifelike and morbid? Shows like The Walking" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Kristen Forbes Cuddy heard screeching and howling coming from the hallway outside her infant's bedroom - something that would immediately alarm anyone, never mind a parent of a newborn. When she ran out to check, she saw an animal more
By THOMAS GREENBERG An unveiling ceremony at the Governor Sprague Mansion on Cranston Street Tuesday officially returned two Civil War era cannons to the former Rhode Island Governor's namesake. Governor William Sprague purchased the two cannons in 1861 more
By JEN COWART On October 21, 2018, a visiting team of 16 people will arrive at Cranston High School West for a NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) peer review visit. It will be the culmination of years of preparation by the school more
By THOMAS GREENBERG and JOHN HOWELL With the exception of comparatively few outages and isolated wind-related damages, Cranston fared better than many communities in the fast moving storm that whipped the Northeast with hurricane force winds Sunday night more
By THOMAS GREENBERG It's early in the process - very early, Council President Michael Farina stresses - but Cumberland Farms is back with a proposal for a store at the corner of Park and Warwick Avenues. It's basically the same location where the gas more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Cranston Mayor Allan Fung made it official last week that he intends to challenge Gina Raimondo during next year's gubernational election in November of 2018. However he will have to defeat a handful of fellow Republicans to earn the more
By JEN COWART For the second year in a row, the annual Trunk-or-Treat Halloween celebration has been extra sensitive to those students with food allergies by including the Teal Pumpkin Project in the event. Ever since our elementary schools shifted from" more
Doris E. “Dottie” Ayotte, formerly of New London Avenue, Cranston, died on October 15, 2017 at Hopkins Manor in North Providence. She was the widow of Ernest R. J. Ayotte. They had been married … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman" defines the finest in the American Theatre. We saw Ford Rainey play Willy Loman in Trinity Rep's 1979 production and have seen others tackle the difficult role. Let me tell you: You won't" more
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