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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
SUPER SEAN: Sean Ruo, who competes for the Johnston Youth Wrestling Association in the Novice Division, holds the first place trophy he won for finishing first among those grapplers who weighed in … more
The Toll Gate boys basketball team cruised to an 68-41 win over visiting Johnston last night, extending its record to a perfect 7-0 this season. The story of the night came early in the second … more
“Let’s go Panthers!” That will actually be a cheer – and chant – that will echo through Johnston High’s Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium beginning at 6 o’clock tonight. The cheer … more
The last time the Johnston and Moses Brown girls basketball teams faced each other was in the semifinals of the RIIL state open tournament last year at the Ryan Center which saw the Lady Quakers … more
Jordan Moretti knows a thing or two about success on the basketball court. After emerging as one of the top players in Rhode Island during her tenure at Johnston High, where she would help lead the Panthers to consecutive Division II state championships, more
A TRADITION, TREASURE RETURNS JANUARY 10 - 3 PAPERS By PETE FONTAINE Memorabilia, memories and much, much more. That could well describe the return - or rebirth as some people are calling it - of what until two years ago was one of Rhode Island's most 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 Bowling in the spotlight is nothing new for Johnston residents Megan Ranucci, Mia Famino, Zachary Simonelli and Gene Potter. After all, those four youngsters were members of two teams that represented Town Hall Lanes and earlier this more
By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston Youth Wrestling Association, which features youngsters ages 5-14 and ranks among one of the best programs in Rhode Island, is about to rewrite its storied history book. Sunday, the JYWA will transform the state-of-the-art more
By PETE FONTAINE For three days last weekend, Johnston turned into the basketball capital of Rhode Island. That's because the Rhode Island Youth Basketball Association made a seasonal stop in Johnston where 75 boys and 36 girls teams played a total of more
The Johnston boys basketball team would hold off the visiting Pilgrim Patriots to open the season with a 45-32 non-league win last week. The Pats, who took a 14-12 lead into halftime, would pull within five points midway through the second half with the more
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