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Gary Maddocks remembers his younger years when cars and cruise nights used to be quite prominent in the center of Johnston at such places as the one-time Burger Chef and Howard Johnsons, just to name a few former business locations. So, more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6, are Free Fishing Days in Rhode Island. Rhode Islanders and visitors alike can fish in the state's freshwaters on both days for all species of more
Lt. Governor Dan McKee is launching Rhode Island's first Lt. Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge, a business pitch competition that encourages entrepreneurial-minded high school students to compete for thousands of dollars in post-secondary more
Classic Confirmation It was an exciting week at St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church in Johnston last week, highlighted by a unique Conformation ceremony and 20-Week Club Dinner. Members of the Confirmation Class are, in front from left: Skylar Stone, more
“The same darn thing happened last year,” said Gary Maddocks, president of the Johnston Street Machines. “Apparently, old man weather doesn’t like us; he really threw a monkey wrench into … more
Where there's a special need for a worthy cause, it's likely you'll find Johnston State. Rep. Deborah A. Deb" Fellela offering her hand and help. Such was the case recently when the Johnston Historical Society reached out to the veteran" more
“Engage every age” is the National Council on Aging’s slogan for May, which the group has also designed as “Older American Month.” Perhaps that title, more than any other, fits with what … more
Winsor Hill Elementary School's Super Hero Headquarters was filled with future doctors, marine biologists and even a Navy Seal last Friday. Likewise, Winsor Hill teacher Stacy Landi's fifth grade classroom, which was decorated with more
By PETE FONTAINE It was a classic example of yesteryear, back when people enjoyed cucumber with dill cream cheese sandwiches and scones with clotted cream, strawberry, butter and tea. It was held inside the extraordinary elegance of the Clouds Hill more
These Johnston High School students came decked out in their college apparel as part of “College Commitment Week” held on Cherry Hill that concluded last Friday. The money that the event raised … more
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