September 20, 2014
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MAKING IT OFFICIAL: Among those people taking …
When Washington Trust opened its impressive new branch at 1383 Atwood Ave. back in June, Chairman and CEO Joseph J. MarcAurele said: “We are thrilled to expand our presence in Johnston. We are very … more
AND THEY’RE OFF: Youngsters take part in the …
If you like down-home fun, replete with cheering crowds, plan on taking in the apple pie eating contest during the North Central Chamber of Commerce’s 27th annual Apple Festival. Sunday … more
If you like sampling different foods, the North Central Chamber of Commerce’s 27th annual Apple Festival can please your palate in a number of ways. Seafood lovers, for example, can feast upon … more
CLEVER CREATORS: Rosemarie Borengasser, left, and …
Kelly Patz is about to add another chapter to her interesting Apple Festival history book. On the other hand, Rosemarie Borengasser is about to write the first chapter in her history with the … more
FUN RIDE: Okee’s Old Time Train is returning …
Apple pie and artists, games and great grub, music, marching and merriment. That’s just a sample of what’s in store for those visiting the North Central Chamber of Commerce’s 27th Apple … more
Local Civil War historian Less Ralston spent an evening sharing stories from his new book “Home of the Brave” at the Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library in Johnston on Monday, Sept. 15. Ralston has … more
NICKLE NICHE: This is the entrance to Nickle …
The North Central Chamber of Commerce held a unique farewell to summer during its recent Women in Business Council Lipstick Luncheon. Although there was no luncheon – as the event was held … more
Mohr Library book sale The Mohr Library in Johnston will hold its Large Book Sale on both Sept. 20 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and Sept. 21 (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.), with a preview for Friends members on Sept. … more
The fifth annual Woony Ride will take place on Saturday, Sept. 20, following the proposed direction of a new northern Rhode Island bike route. Providence Mayor Angel Taveras will join the ride … more
Anthony Ursillo – a member of the Johnston Historical Society’s Board of Directors – and his family own the property that was once the Log Gift Shoppe on Route 6. The building has another … more
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