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On Feb. 8 there will be a competition for Ms. Wheelchair RI. All contestants must be at least 21 years of age, use a wheelchair 100 percent of the time in public; have great personality and willing to advocate and educate. This is not a beauty contest more
A merry time was had by all in attendance at this year’s Ferri Merry Mixer. Approximately 100 students attended the last dance of the year last Friday night, sponsored by the Ferri PTSO. The … more
Perhaps the light glowing inside white luminary bags that lined the entrance to The Bridge at Cherry Hill offered a glimpse of what awaited guests who attended last Thursday night’s annual … more
Deborah Robillard was recently diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer, and Johnston’s own RI Self-Defense Center recently went above and beyond to help her with her battle. The center recently held … more
A few months ago, Enza Conte Slinko, a long-time hair stylist-beautician, changed careers. The Johnston resident became what her husband David Slinko – a veteran Johnston Police officer – … more
A new children’s book, Wimpy, written by local business owner and author Christina Rondeau, is now available. Wimpy is about a little boy who has no self-confidence. His parents are concerned … more
National Honor Society members will be organizing a school-wide toy drive on Friday, December 14. All toys will be donated to a foundation for less fortunate families that may need help this holiday … more
Sometime around 8 o’clock Saturday night, Johnston Firefighter Paul Muscatelli showed up at Bar 101 and handed Local 1950 Board Member John Jasparro several boxes of toys that were already … more
By TIM FORSBERG The Rhode Island Mobile Maker Lab made a much anticipated stop at Johnston High School on Tuesday for a two-day stay filled with demonstrations featuring manufacturing jobs of the future that highlighted the types of science, technology, more
Seventeen freshmen from Johnston Senior High School threw a dance party at Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School last week, and during the school day no less. Not an actual dance party, mind you, but a virtual one, as part of an Hour of Code activity aimed at more
After nearly a week of bailing water out at a rate of about 5 million gallons a day, Belfield Drive is no longer flooded and is passable to traffic. Pumping at the scene stopped last Friday once the … more
By TIM FORSBERG With the Winter Ball right around the corner, three canned goods are all that's needed for a fairy tale dress for any Johnston High School girl headed to the dance. School dance expenses for a big day such as the Winter Ball - which will more
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