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No Fluke by Capt. Dave Monti Anglers advocate for strong conservation measures Last week I was part of a group of anglers that visited Washington, DC advocating for strong conservation measures in our national fishing law, the Magnuson-Stevens Act more
By PETE FONTAINE Once a Johnston High School cheerleader, you'll always be a JHS cheerleader. That's just one of the philosophies Susan K. Parillo has developed during her days as the head coach of JHS' award-winning cheerleading program. This group of" more
By PETE FONTAINE There was plenty of excitement Tuesday night inside Johnston High School's Edwards L. DiSmone Gymnasium. Almost everything went as planned; the Panthers seniors - Will Juarez, Nathaniel Vasquez and twin brothers Cameron and Matt Sabitoni more
“We’re number one,” said the kids who represented the Pepin Lumber Company were shouting the other day after wrapping up the Johnston Parks and Recreation Department’s third and fourth drade … more
The Johnston softball team struggled through most of this season, but it finished the year on a high note this past Saturday by celebrating Senior Night. Though the Panthers lost 11-1 to West … more
There is nothing quite like playoff football. Some of the best games that I have ever covered have been the high school football playoffs. The state's top teams get to lay it all on the line, win or go home, and the state gets to truly see who the top more
Fishery management tools enhanced; shut-down impacting the fish The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (Commission) manages migratory species such as summer flounder, tautog, scup and striped bass coast wide in state waters (zero to three miles more
The Johnston Lady Panthers lacrosse team has started the 2019 season, and this year, they have moved up to Division II, where it’ll be anything but a breeze. “The competition and skill level … more
Johnston has moved up to Division I after compiling a record of 45-3 in league and tournament play over the past two seasons, winning back-to-back Division II Championships and advancing to the Final … more
By PETE FONTAINE Back when the Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School girls' basketball team closed out its season vs. area-rival Scituate, there were lots of super smiles and embraces by the players and coaches on both squads. One reason, in particular, was as more
By PETE FONTAINE Bangkok Republik, a small Thai eatery located at 1357 Hartford Avenue in Johnston, has some new hardware. It's a spiffy sponsor's trophy Dan Salvatore recently accepted on behalf of the ownership after coaching Bangkok Republik - which more
After winning consecutive Division II State Championships, the Johnston girls basketball team made the move up to Division I this past season and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament. Although the Panthers faced an uptick in competition, they more
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