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Johnston High School’s Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium took on an entirely new look last Thursday morning.“We take a lot of pride in hosting these events,” Greg Russo, a long-time … more
“Walk with Cops”, an unmatched time-honored tradition Johnston Police Chief Richard S. Tamburini started in 1995, closed out its 23rd season last Thursday morning inside War Memorial Park. The … more
They’re among all the legends linked to the illustrious sports history at Johnston High School. They’re known as mentors, classic coaches and awesome athletes who have ever worn the Blue and … more
Isabella Sartini is known as “a beautiful, loving, sweet young girl with a big heart and a big smile who loves animals and God!” Isabella, who lives in Glocester, is also a 12-year-old cancer … more
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) will hold a free educational program designed to teach Rhode Islanders about Alzheimer’s disease “from A to Z.” The event, part of AFA’s … more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea is reminding eligible Rhode Islanders that they have until Sunday, October 7 to register to vote in the November 6 general election. Voters who have moved or … more
“It’s great to have a big heart but it’s no good without a big brain.” Marc Perlman, president of Ocean State Job Lot, wasn’t bragging Wednesday morning. Rather, he was speaking of all … more
For students that were able to enroll in the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) due to the Rhode Island Promise Scholarship program – which provides free tuition to full time students … more
By PETE FONTAINE Fresh from helping make two events the Church of the Annunciation sparkling successes within the last five months, the Cranston-based Greek Orthodox Parish's Ladies Philoptochos Society is gearing up for its annual Holiday Bazaar. Like more
By JEN COWART February 14, 2018 will be remembered by many as the day when 17 staff and students from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, were killed in a mass shooting, and many others were injured. The shooting differed from those school more
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