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In light of present day geopolitics, it is important to reflect on Monday's remembrance of Victory over Japan Day, which marked the 72nd anniversary of the day that Japan officially surrendered to Allied forces and effectively ended World War II. more
Managing Partners from 17 Texas Roadhouse locations throughout New England, as well as six individuals from the Texas Roadhouse Corporate office in Louisville, Kentucky, recently visited Camp Sunshine for the Texas Roadhouse Oncology Session. more
This fall the historic Park Theatre will host some of the area's most sought after, and in some cases, only, regional appearances by legends from the jazz, folk, flamenco, pop and reggae worlds. Grammy-winning trumpeter Chris Botti (9/16), Stephen Stills more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER It is kind of an oddity that a restaurant with such good food and service chose to identify itself with lower case letters. b.good is more than good. It is the answer for those of us who want our food fast, fresh and more
KIDNAP * * (Car chase in real time) Joyce, like many mothers and grandmothers, did not want to see a movie about a little boy being kidnapped, so this one's on me. Halle Berry plays a single mother who takes her six-year-old son to the park. She's a more
DETROIT * * * (Based on violent 1967 Detroit riots) You will need a strong stomach to sit through this extremely violent, depressing recounting of actual events of police brutality and uncontrolled rioting on the streets of Detroit 50 years ago. more
My morning commute to work should be 17 minutes according to the GPS. That time is based on the average number of red lights along the way, as well as traffic slow ups in a few areas. I generously leave myself 20 minutes of drive time. Most days, my body more
Teolinda A. “Tillie” (DiFazio) Corvese, 85, of Johnston passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Friday, July 28, 2017, at home. She was the beloved wife of fifty-six years to Carmine … more
“The Johnston Police Department has been elevated to a new level,” said Chief Richard S. Tamburini said with a wide smile on his face. “Our officers are taking pride as being among the best in … more
Not that anyone is anxious to get them or in a rush to pay them, but approximately 18,000 car tax bills should be ready to go in the mail by Aug. 21. When they arrive the bills will be at least 5 percent less than what they more
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