November 29, 2014
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Meagan Albro
Meagan Albro, a senior at Johnston High School, attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., from Nov. 14-16. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Toys for Kids Drive Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and Police Chief Richard S. Tamburini, in partnership with the Johnston Explorers Program, request donations of a new goy … more
It’ll be five years ago this June that I covered my first game for Beacon Communications. It was after my freshman year at Assumption College. I played baseball there, but as a realist, I knew that … more
GIANFRANCO PAOLA
For the first time this fall, Batastini School of Basketball (BSB) is offering the “Get Your Game Ready” Camp that directly precedes the start of the high school basketball season in Rhode … more
Johnston’s Derric Vigeant blocks for …
After last week’s stunning upset victory over No. 1 St. Raphael, the Johnston football team was looking to do the same to the No. 2 Moses Brown Quakers last Friday night at Brown University’s … more
The Johnston 10U youth football team poses with …
The Johnston Panthers 10U football team finished up their perfect season by beating the Worcester Cowboys 37-7, capturing the New England title and concluding their 14-0 season. The Panthers won the … more
TEAM EFFORT: This is the Johnston Lightning …
Lori Agnew is no stranger to soccer, or to success. The Johnston mother has been a coach in the Johnston Lightning Youth Soccer Association for a number of years, and her teams have enjoyed … more
WAGING HOPE: Pictured is Winsor Hill Principal …
The month of October has become synonymous with breast cancer awareness. But, did you know the month of November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month? Pancreatic cancer is currently the … more
WORKING TOGETHER: Ciara Restaurant and Lounge …
If the way Bill and Katherine White unveiled their new book is any indication, “Winning the War against Concussions in Youth Sports” might just become a best seller. The Whites, who own a … more
HELPING HATS: The students of Ferri Middle …
Students of Ferri Middle School wore hats of all shapes – from sombreros to berets, bear hats to coonskins, and sports hats of all kinds – in support of a veteran who recently had his tools … more
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