Following a media report revealing Town Councilwoman Stephanie Manzi's children attend school in Narragansett and her husband claims a property in that community as his primary residence, the Johnston town solicitor has concluded that the
By PETE FONTAINE Parking was scarce Monday on Milton Street - and that was a welcome sight for Operation Stand Down of Rhode Island (OSDRI). Over the course of 12-plus hours, dozens of people laced more than 6,000 military-style boots for the Boots on"
By TIM FORSBERG As summer approaches, public access to Oak Swamp Reservoir is becoming a heated topic. During last week's Town Council meeting, lakefront and nearby residents continued to raise concerns about whether the lake was private or public, and
By JEN COWART If it's spring, that means that baby chicks are hatching in Cheryl Martin's Grey Elephants classroom at Pumpkin Patch Academy. After incubating for 21 days, two types of baby chicks hatched -Dominiques and Rhode Island Reds. The eggs came
By PETE FONTAIHNE They recognized the musical talents of Joely Centracchio, Davina Phouthakoun, and Diondra Stubbs. They recognized the educational excellence of 37 seniors, 17 juniors, and 27 sophomores. They recognized educator extraordinaire Jean