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By PETE FONTAINE Marvelous memories and mouth-watering munchies. That pretty much sums up the 10th annual Our Lady of Grace Primavera, which was a mecca for fanciers of the fork and food. Sunday's event, which featured special servings from 35 of Rhode more
On Sunday, May 19, family, friends and community members gathered to dedicate one of Green Development's Johnston wind turbines to the late Cheryl A. Rambone. Sunday was Cheryl's birthday, and she would have been 75. She passed away in 2017. The turbine more
The following students were recognized during Johnston High School Senior Honor Awards Night on Thursday, May 16: Rhode Island Honor Society Haya Q. Abaherah, Nicholas E. Abreu, Connor J. Agnew, Dennis J. Anderson Jr., Alyssa N. Audino, Ian Quinton more
By PETE FONTAINE The Winsor Hill Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization put its bet foot forward for Friday night's Color Run. Christina Senno, who serves as the PTO's vice president, did what president Gina Schino called an amazing job" in" more
Behind the scenes On Thursday, May 16, the Cub Scouts of Pack 20 Johnston had the pleasure of going to visit the local fire station on Route 44. Johnston Firefighters Derek LaFazia and Steve Varesko went over fire safety and some basic first aid more
By JACOB MARROCCO Sennen Conte and his family have a history of eating well - and taking risks. His brother, Galen Conte, worked a Fortune 500 sales job before starting a business selling pumpkin seeds in 2003. The inspiration came from Sennen and more
Despite a number of communities taking up resolutions to become “Second Amendment sanctuaries,” Mayor Joseph Polisena said he doesn’t see a need for Johnston to follow suit at this … more
By PETE FONTAINE Denise DiPippo, who owns and operates the award-winning Denise's Dance Studio at 80 Greenville Ave. in Johnston, has a problem. In short, DiPippo - who has been in the dance business for three decades and counting - suddenly finds more
By JACOB MARROCCO On a 4-1 vote, the Johnston Town Council on May 13 approved a zone change necessary for a planned 13-unit condominium development off Simmonsville Avenue. The council heard debate from both sides, with residents of the area voicing more
By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston battle to wipe out child poverty continues tonight and tomorrow with two unique events. Beginning at 7 o'clock this evening, Bar 101 will host the fourth annual Ladies Night. The event is part of a national program from more
Rhode Island Treasurer Seth Magaziner recently recognized 57 high school juniors from across the Ocean State with the Young Leader Award. The award is presented to high school juniors in Rhode Island who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in math, more
There was a “Green Out” last Friday morning at Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School in Johnston. “Students on Team 6 White wore green in honor of National Mental Healthy Awareness Month,” … more
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