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By IAN WEINER Using data from the National Highway Traffic and Safety administration, a recent study by Car Insurance Comparison found that Rhode Island ranks No. 31 for worst drivers in the nation, with 1 being the worst and 50 the best. Rhode Island more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Johnston Historical Society Their museum barn is open Tuesdays from 9 to 11am and 6:30 to 8:30pm; Thursdays, 2 to5 p.m.; or by appointment, for those who would like to visit the museum or examine the society's collection of printed more
How and where to fish on the Narrow River You want to fish or enhance your fishing on Narrow River, Narragansett. You've heard it yields a lot of fish with holdover striped bass much of the year. But where should you fish? Where are the sandbars and more
When the prestigious Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame held its first-ever enshrinement celebration and dinner on September 20 of last year, six area residents were part of the 16 people who were … more
The Providence Bruins defeated the Hartford Wolf Pack Sunday afternoon 5-1 to conclude their three-in-three weekend. The P-Bruins got two goals from Peter Cehalrik along with goals from Jordan … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On December 23 at approximately 3:30 a.m., Officers Mario Mennella and Michael Schiappa responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on a lawn in the area of Henry Court. At the scene the officers observed the car on more
By TIM FORSBERG Johnston High School faculty, staff, and student groups recently united to ensure that the holidays were happy for those in need. According to Debbie Licciardi, chairperson of the school's Guidance Department, each of the school's more
By PETE FONTAINE Amid a colorful celebration that resembled a Grand Opening but was officially called a rededication, Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena told some four dozen people: Congratulations. This place is absolutely beautiful and we're certainly" more
By TIM FORSBERG Thanks to the quick response of those at the Creative Center Daycare, a recent carbon monoxide and gas leak was quickly identified and rectified. According to Johnston Fire Department Chief Peter Lamb, crews responded to the Hartford more
By PETE FONTAINE Competing at the highest level is nothing new for Megan Joyce Ranucci. Earlier this year, the Johnston High School junior teamed with other teenagers from Town Hall Lanes and traveled to Baltimore, Maryland, where they staked claim to more
By PETE FONTAINE When it comes to helping the Veterans Administration Hospital in Providence and their veterans, the Giovanni Folcarelli DAV Chapter 1 and its Auxiliary Unit 1 continue to set records. Take Chapter 1's tradition of assisting veterans and more
By TIM FORSBERG Residents of Belfield Drive once again find their street underwater as rainstorms continue to flood parts of the neighborhood. In November, following weeks of heavy rain that … more
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