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While rain blanketed “Operation Stand Down Hill” Saturday morning, people like Stephen Merolla, Elise Carlson, Doug Stephens and Dave Morrocco weren’t about to abandon their scheduled work … more
By MERI KENNEDY Easter Party at Cherry Hill Manor Cherry Hill Manor at 2 Cherry Hill Road in Johnston will host an Easter Party tomorrow, April 19, starting at 10:30 a.m. The festivities will begin with bunnies and balloon sculptures by Brenner Family more
By PETE FONTAINE If you like homemade Italian food and plenty of it, next Thursday's fundraiser is the place to be. Spirito's Restaurant, located inside the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 at 1418 Plainfield Pike, will play host to an extraordinary event more
Mayor Joseph Polisena has a blunt assessment of what the “evergreen” contracts bill under consideration at the General Assembly would mean for municipalities. “[It would] do cities and towns … more
The University of Rhode Island's Harrington School of Communication and Media honored 11 students, including one from Johnston, at its sixth annual Public Relations Excellence Award Ceremony on March 29. Students were honored for their leadership, impact more
By JACOB MARROCCO Drivers tempted to use their phone while behind the wheel in Johnston this month may want to think twice. Police Chief Richard Tamburini and Deputy Chief Joseph Razza, along with Capt. Christopher Correia, are leading an initiative more
Community College of Rhode Island student Alicia Vallette of West Warwick has been named a 2019 Phi Theta Kappa New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar and will receive a $2,250 scholarship. She will be recognized at the honor society's Presidents Breakfast more
Mayor Joseph Polisena stopped by Over the Rainbow Learning Center, located at 1269 Plainfield St. in Johnston, to read to students on Friday morning. Polisena read “Jabari Jumps” by Gaia … more
There will soon be a new stove inside the kitchen of the Johnston Housing Authority’s always-active Community Room. “Ah, the Monday night bingo must be making a few extra bucks,” a lady … more
Jules Martins had a deadpan response when asked how long she’s groomed animals. “I usually tell people I groomed for Noah on the ark,” she said. Martins and Mary Kathryn Kent opened up … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Department budget meetings are ongoing and it remains uncertain whether the coming fiscal year will bring a potential tax increase, Mayor Joseph Polisena said during an interview Tuesday morning with the Sun Rise. Polisena said that the more
The students in Julie Romano's fifth-grade class at Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School learned some valuable lessons through recent activities centered on humanitarians. Part of an event entitled Humanitarians for Hasbro" began with a study asking" more
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