Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival returns for 9th year Sunday

Eat, drink, make art, and be merry under the open air this Sunday. Artists' Exchange and Gateways to Change Inc. invite all members of the community to join the fun at the ninth annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival, to be held this

Panthers sweep Knights for second straight win

By MATT METCALF Sports Editor The Johnston girls' volleyball team grabbed its second consecutive win with ease last Thursday, sweeping Providence Country Day, 3-0, behind set victories of 25-12, 25-11 and 25-11. The win pushed the young Johnston team's

Marandola, Robbins help team win 3-on-3 Regional crown

To say that Johnston girls like Kiley Marandola and Julia Robbins get quite the kick out of soccer would be an understatement. So much so, in fact, Marandola and Robbins - along with Warwick's Catherine Clements, Smithfield's Sabrina
Movie Reviews


SULLY * * * * (Honest, emotional portrayal of “Miracle on the Hudson”) Whether he’s playing a heroic captured ship’s captain or a heroic airline pilot, Tom Hanks has a unique …

Takeaways from the Newport International Boat Show

The Newport International Boat Show, held this weekend, was a great success. I attended Sunday under threatening skies and the in-the-water show docks were crowded with attendees. More than 600 exhibitors were at the show with an assortment of boats and

Having fun at school is O.K.

School is back in session. Hopefully you and your child(ren) are off to a good start. While we often hear talk about testing, a rigorous curriculum, standards, and accountability, let's not forget one very important thing-fun. All

Site prep for Citizens campus nears finish

By TIM FORSBERG Mountains are being moved in Johnston - at least in a figurative sense. Initial site work for the proposed Citizens Bank campus near the intersection of Greenville Avenue and Route 295 is approaching completion, and the scope of the