Raimondo visits with Johnston voters prior to election

With the election right around the corner, Governor Gina Raimondo made campaign stops in Johnston last Thursday in an attempt to drum up support for her reelection bid. Raimondo first stopped at Cherry Hill Manor, where she spoke with residents and

8U Panthers cruise to Super Bowl

The AYF 8U Johnston Panthers football squad shut out the Fall River Falcons 25-0 at home on Sunday morning to remain undefeated and earn a trip to play in the Super Bowl in Fall River against CLCF …

Police Log

The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police, and other departments. VIOLATION OF NO CONTACT ORDER On October 24 around 9:51 a.m., Officer Matthew Leveillee along with several patrol units responded to

Why soldiers are prepared to sacrifice their lives

To the Editor: As Americans, we like to have everything laid out in an obvious and understandable format. We tend to act toward war in the same manner. Americans like to see their nation's confrontations, with other nations, concluded promptly and

Maidens of Honor

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The progress towards more gender equality in the military, while far from complete, has begun to drive home a long-overdue point – being a man is not a pre-requisite to be a soldier, or a veteran, for that matter.

Voting, like freedom, must evolve

Whether you've already gone to the polls, cast your vote through the mail or an emergency ballot, or are planning on going later today before polls close at 8 p.m., exercising your most fundamental American right - to vote - is a responsibility that