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Nearly 50,000 Rhode Islanders had been reunited with millions of dollars in unclaimed property during the 2018 fiscal year. In Johnston alone, $1.2 million was returned to 1,971 individuals, … more
On Tuesday, August 7, Mayor Joseph Polisena, the Johnston Senior Center, Full Circle Recycling and Shred R.I. gathered in the front parking lot of the JSC building for a free shredding event. The trucks pulled in at 8:30 a.m., and there was already more
By TONY LaROCHE If this is his retirement, no one told Lloyd Kaplan. With his 85th birthday today, Kaplan will be working. Tonight, he'll lead his band of well-seasoned musicians, The Aristocats, in a night of swing at The Towers in Narragansett. more
From the time hockey legends of yesteryear began checking into the Hampton Inn & Suites on Post Road in Warwick until Sunday’s awards ceremony was held inside the famed carousel building at Goddard … more
Michelle Murphy wasn’t just whistlin’ Dixie when she said, “We play music to make others feel amazing!” Murphy and her fellow Edge of Dreams band members sent some special seasoned sounds … more
Although Old Man Weather hasn’t been kind to the Johnston Street Machines during the 2018 Cruisin’ for a Cause season, the non-profit brought a smile to the face of Debbie Richard last Thursday … more
Excitement is building, and people like John Ricci and Richard Montella have begun the countdown for one of Rhode Island’s most cherished summertime traditions, the annual Saint Rocco’s Church … more
August 5, 2018 will long be remembered as a two-fold steamy Sunday by upwards of 100 proud parishioners at Our Lady of Grace Church in Johnston. “Steamy…I’ll say it’s steamy,” said Joe … more
There was an unusual step back in time, coupled with fun, food and fellowship, that generated over $5,000 for injured, disabled and homeless veterans and their families. It was, as the 6 x 9 menu … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Eco-Depot to be held Hosted by Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, an Eco-Depot will be held on Aug. 11 from 8 a.m. to noon at their address, 65 Shun Pike, … more
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