The noted slogan “it’s always special at The Bridge at Cherry Hill” was again upheld – perhaps more than ever – Monday during an emotional ceremony in Johnston.
Many of the assisted …
"We’re hoping to have this box – and many, many others – [that] will be overflowing with new toys,” Johnston Police Maj. Thomas H. Dolan said as he stood outside police headquarters on Atwood …
A group of 16 Rhode Island cities and towns have partnered for a legal challenge to the so-called “lifetime contracts law” adopted on the state level earlier this year – although Johnston, …
Briarcliffe Manor, which is located on 30 acres of picturesque wooded land in Johnston, is now known as more than a five-star, award-winning skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.
Rhode Island Department of Education Commissioner Angelica Infante-Green paid a visit to Ferri Middle School Monday for an announcement that was kept under wraps for days.
Scouts from Troops 6 and 66 in Cranston waited to leap into action at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank Saturday morning, anxiously anticipating the next pickup truck or minivan that would back in waiting to be unloaded.
“There has never been this breadth and depth [of research], there’s never been this [level of] collaboration and sharing of information,” said Terry Fogerty, community outreach coordinator at the Alzheimer’s Disease & Memory Disorders Center at Rhode Island Hospital.
The letters “ECC” could mean much more in Johnston than Early Childhood Center.
For example, when it comes to events like last Wednesday evening’s annual Pumpkin Painting Night, ECC could …
By PETE FONTAINE There was lots of treating and absolutely no tricks Friday night at The Bridge at Cherry Hill. In fact, folks like Johnston Police Patrolman David Slinko would agree that The Bridge's annual Halloween happening is probably the safest
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston schools made gains in both portions of the Rhode Island Common Assessment System, or RICAS, testing this year, but there is still room to grow. Johnston jumped nearly 3 percent overall in students meeting and exceeding
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