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By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo offered an update on summer work at Thornton Elementary School during the monthly School Committee meeting on July 9. DiLullo said that modulars - temporary classrooms built 25 years more
The Rhode Island Hospice Veterans Partnership will host its 1st Annual Music Fest fundraiser to support New Englanders Helping Our Veterans (NEHOV). NEHOV assists Veterans throughout New England who are in need by providing monetary and non-monetary more
While out shopping to get new curtains, Hubby surprised me with a lunch time visit to Gregg's Restaurant. We never eat out for lunch, so it was a treat. Once we sat down, however, the real treat was delivered to our table: their famous pickles! Just one more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER While we usually think of Epic Theatre as the home for daring, cutting-edge theatre, Artistic Director Kevin Broccoli has an unusual treat awaiting us this summer. He has chosen E.B. White's classic children's novel, more
By JOHN HOWELL More of the same, with ongoing efforts to improve, would best characterize how Dr. James Fanale sees the Rhode Island health care scene following the announcement Tuesday that Care New England is withdrawing from talks with Lifespan and more
The lifestyle of a creative person involves many projects and tasks. One day can be dedicated to writing a song, another can be spent making figurines or recording a video blog session. more
To the Editor: Gun violence as a public health crisis is complex; there is no simple solution that will eradicate gun violence. However, there is evidence that states that have stronger gun laws and fewer guns have fewer gun deaths. I do not believe it's more
Ready to go At the former West Valley Inn in West Warwick, everything must go. The storied facility - the site of weddings, banquets and special events for decades prior to its abrupt closure in 2016 - will soon be razed. On Monday, auction and more
Summer has been anything but a breeze for Rhode Island, at least as far as headlines go. A pair of damning reports - one regarding the failures of DCYF following the death of a Warwick girl, another focused on the deep issues plaguing Providence's public more
To the Editor: Rhode Island's cities are struggling. City finances are tight across the state. Public schools are underfunded. Pension obligations are growing, and city services are being reduced. Some cities are teetering on the edge of fiscal crisis. more
For as long as she can remember, Tiffany Rossi had dreamed of opening her own restaurant, a restaurant which she would name after the iconic film, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” It is almost as if … more
JOHNSTON ZONING BOARD AGENDA July 25, 2019 Notice is here by given that the Zoning Board of Review will hold its monthly meeting on July 25, 2019 at 6:30 pm, at Johnston Senior Center, 1291 … more
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