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It's a ritual that's repeated once-a-year around this time and involves one of Johnston's most important non-profits. It's a ceremony that Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena takes great pride in headlining and is what he called the very bet" more
Kailani is a one-year-old Ridgeback full of love and keen on tackling all the challenges before her, she just needs a good loving home to do so... more
By PETE FONTAINE They remembered and reminisced about late members who at one-time or another were integral parts of the Johnston Lions Club that was incorporated in November of 1951. They also talked about how and not that long ago, the JLC, which is more
By PETE FONTAINE The American Heart Association recently benefitted from the energy of 105 Johnston High School students. For three hours inside the Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium last Thursday, members of the group Students Against Dangerous Decisions, more
Elysian Beauty Studio owner Sara Bruno knows there’s probably a good reason why both hair stylists and therapists use the term “clients.” She and her staff are living proof, as she sat down … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. DRIVING WITHOUT CONSENT On August 30, 2018 around 7:33 p.m., Officer Kevin Brady responded to an Oakdale Avenue to speak with a more
They've been referred to as super scholars, scientists, and the select six. Robin Fidel, Megan Philbrick, Madisyn Turcotte, David Iannuccilli, Ivan Hernandez and Nick Petrella are the pride of Johnston High School's 2019 Science Fair and were awarded more
The Student Council at Brown Avenue School, along with every grade level, collected hundreds of cans and boxed goods during the last few weeks to donate to the St. Robert’s Church Food Shelf. They … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY More than 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor. This year, nearly 80,000 people will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor - one that begins in, rather than spreads to, the brain. Warwick resident Caroline Caprio received more
Ever had a Frog City Burger or Thornton Grinder? If not, think about trying a Pocasset or Plainfield Parma Pizza, or dishes like veal and peas, polenta, tripe, soffrito or other authentic homemade … more
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The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is empowering residents with its new mobile devices charging trailer. The charging trailer made its first appearance during the 17th Annual Coffee Hour hosted by the Rhode Island Commission on the more
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