January 29, 2015
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The Edgewood Girls’ Softball League is entering its 45th season this year. The league now has four divisions, including a tee-ball division, after the league started out with just one division, … more
The Johnston boys’ basketball team will travel to Moses Brown for a 6:30 p.m. game on Monday. The two Division III-Central foes will square off, as the Panthers look to close the gap in the … more
Johnston’s Elijah Burgess tries to get the …
The Johnston wrestling team competed in a quad meet hosted by Bishop Hendricken on Friday night and went 1-2. The Panthers got off to a good start, defeating Toll Gate in their first meet, 43-33. … more
This is a very busy time of year at Johnston High School. After a busy week of midterms, students finish the science fair projects on which they have been working on for months. All college prep … more
The Johnston Recreation Department’s traveling girls’ basketball team, which is made up of seventh- and eighth-graders and coached by Debbie Howe, has captured four of five Rhode Island Youth … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Johnston Police. Chief Richard S. Tamburini or Deputy Chief Daniel Parrillo has reviewed all reports. LARCENY An employee of the Bridge at … more
“Coach Belichick is going to use all that …
“Forget ‘Deflategate. Our New England Patriots are going to win the Super Bowl.” That’s what a number of Johnstonians – as well as residents of North Providence, Cumberland and Lincoln … more
FOND FARWELL: Terry Prata, seated with her …
There was an outpouring of love – and some sadness, too – inside the Johnston Department of Public Works building beginning at noon last Friday. And that’s because the close-knit department, … more
RAFFLE CHANCES: Nicole Placella DiChristofaro and …
Armed with hearty appetites and deep pockets, roughly 250 people made the annual Ricky Salzillo Memorial Game Dinner a smashing success Sunday inside the jam-packed Kelley-Gazzero VFW Post 2812 … more
CLEARING THE WAY: Anthony Fellela sends some of …
Winter Storm Juno buried the town in snow this week, and while the blizzard forced public safety and public works personnel into action and led to closures and cancellations, there were no major … more
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