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“Mangia, mangia!” That’s the invitation, of sorts, Rev. Peter J. Gower issued during a special luncheon inside Fioretti Hall in Johnston. Father Gower almost insisted that a dozen plus … more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston will have more than a distinguished presence during Sunday's 14th Annual Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus and Equipment Show. For starters, the popular event - which is geared to family fun and history - will be held inside more
Twenty-one wind turbine blades, each 200 feet long, have arrived at the Port of Davisville from Germany and under the cover of darkness and when there is the least traffic will make their trip to Johnston over the next several days starting Monday. Each more
Although the 33rd Annual Cranston Greek Festival doesn’t open until Friday afternoon at 5 p.m., Koula Rougas issued a host of “thank yous” to people in regard to the three-day event’s Pastry … more
By JOHN HOWELL With airline passenger traffic up nearly 20 percent for the first six months of the year over last year, the challenge is sustaining those numbers while maintaining an overall upward trend toward the holy grail of 6 million passengers more
By MERI R. KENNEDY -- A comprehensive list of all things going on in and around Johnston, RI. more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, notes that many children are headed back to school, so motorists need to be extra vigilant. With thousands of" more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that most state beaches will be open daily through Labor Day - Monday, September 3. Scarborough South in Narragansett is closed on weekdays and will be open weekends only through more
Growing up, I’d get that dreadful back to school angst every year right around this time. Vacation was coming to an end, summer camp with the Scouts was over, and the smell of fall was in the air. … more
In an effort to help save lives and assist people in crisis, the U.S. Senate today unanimously approved an amendment by U.S. Senators John Kennedy (R-LA) and Jack Reed (D-RI) to increase funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by an more
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