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Hometown heroes One of the highlights during National Assisted Living Week at The Bridge at Cherry Hill was Johnston's first responders - members of the Police and Fire Departments - showing up to honor those veterans who live at the retirement center more
On Wednesday Governor Gina Raimondo joined Rubius Therapeutics CEO Pablo J. Cagnoni, M.D., and state and local officials to break ground on a new pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Smithfield. Once completed, the 135,000-square-foot facility will more
There was so much more to the 31st annual Apple Festival than apples. The event sponsored by the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce brought hundreds of people to Memorial Park where they found scores of craft vendors plus local businesses and more
By PETE FONTIANE J-DAPA, a.ka. Johnston Dancing and Performing Arts, will present a one-night cabaret tomorrow night you should not - or cannot afford - to miss! The story lines are many for A Taste of Broadway" that will be held inside the Johnston" more
By PETE FONTAINE For a second time within four weeks, there was an interesting international Italian meeting inside Johnston Town Hall. In mid July, Amedeo DeCotiis, the former assistant mayor from Panni Foggia in Italy who now serves as that region's more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps never before, at least not in recent memory, has the parking lot at Crossroads Commons on Atwood Avenue been so full. There were, of course, many cars and SUVs owned by people who get their morning coffee - and in some cases more
By PETE FONTAINE Sometime around 8:20 or so last Wednesday evening, Frank Saccaccio broke the surprising silence inside the Mayor Joseph Polisena-Johnston Democratic Town Committee headquarters and announced, Ted Nesi of Channel 12 just declared Gina as" more
By JOHN HOWELL While it will mean some temporary inconvenience, Mayor Joseph Polisena is happy the state Department of Transportation is moving ahead with the repaving of large sections of Hartford Avenue. He said Monday the work has been long needed and more
DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE On Sept. 14 at approximately 9:10 a.m. Kolawole Badru, 28, of 66 What Cheer Ave. in Providence, was charged by Patrolman Michael Schiappa for Driving with a Suspended License - 1st Offense. He was originally pulled over for more
By JOHN HOWELL -- A daunting lineup was seated in the front of the room to discuss the ongoing fight against overdoses and how to improve treatment in the state. more
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