October 31, 2014
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SCOUTS’ HONOR: Among those Troop 20 Scouts who …
For the second time in as many years, one of Johnston’s most important buildings has a special new look. A year ago, the Police Department received a new sign, much needed landscaping in Gov. … more
Bullying is an issue that we take very seriously here at Johnston High School. In order to prevent it as much as possible, different organizations within our school community have dedicated a few … more
SPECIAL PROJECT: Anthony Ursillo, left, of the …
There’s an ugly and unnecessary scene inside the Pocasset Cemetery. Located in the woods off 417 Dyer Ave. in the Silver Lake section of Cranston, the historical cemetery has seen vandals knock … more
SPECIAL OCCASION: Mary Piekut is joined by her …
Mary Polchlopek Piekut is indeed a living legend, on several fronts. Beginning with last Friday’s party – and others during the weekend – she celebrated a marvelous milestone, her 100th … more
SUPER STAFF: Bar 101 owner Pete Matteo credits …
If Bar 101 was a course in hospitality, Pete Matteo would have scored all A’s. As it is, Matteo has been in the food and beverage business since 2009, the year he opened Bar 101 at 1478 Atwood … more
HAVE A SLICE: Haley Catelle, an employee at Town …
Good food, good event, great crowd. That’s the way area business professionals – and their guests – assessed the North Central Chamber of Commerce’s October Business After Hours last … more
Maj. Gen. Patrick A. Murphy, the Adjutant General for the state of New York, has announced the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for … more
By CHRISTIAN SILVA With Spirit Week and Homecoming being just around the corner now, it is safe to say that all of the students and faculty populating Johnston High are currently facing their … more
By PETE FONTAINE What began as an offering of friendship – and help – has evolved into one of the Johnston Senior Center’s most important fundraisers of the year. This month, the center … more
Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary held its Grandparents Tea on Sept. 12. The children spent time with their grandparents doing crafts, taking pictures and having a snack of cookies with hot chocolate, … more
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