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By PETE FONTAINE The award-winning Johnston High Music Department is about to hold the most unique fundraiser in the school's history. Next Saturday - March 4 - the Panthers' Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium will be transformed into a 20-plus-bed showroom more
It's a known fact the Johnston Memorial Cancer Events (JMCE) ranks among the state's top cancer-related fund-raising non-profits. The JMCE golf tournament and other related events have raised upwards of $125,000 to help children who are more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Volunteers needed The Johnston Senior Center is seeking volunteers to help with various services throughout the year. They need volunteers on Thursday afternoon and Friday night bingo. The Activity Department is also in need of more
Who will make up the Class of 2017 for the prestigious Johnston High School Athletic Hall of Fame? That's a question the nine-member selection committee will answer once they've closely examined nominations received by the group, which more
Defenders of Animals held their 39th Annual Bowl-a-Thon on Feb. 19 at Town Hall Lane, 1463 Atwood Ave. The cost of $20 per person included two hours of bowling, a pizza and a pitcher of soda for each … more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will host one of his quarterly Lunch with Langevin events on Saturday, March 11, at noon at the Cowesett Inn in West Warwick. This is Langevin's 10th Lunch with Langevin, having previously visited Coventry, Narragansett, more
Fifth graders like Raymond Cimino, Jacob Damiano and Jason Pincince are learning much more than the ABC's at Winsor Hill Elementary School. Those students, as well as all Winsor Wizards, are taking a course that has many different sides more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a series of events throughout February school vacation week to encourage families to get outdoors and explore Rhode Island. … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police Department SUSPENDED LICENSE On Feb. 16 just before 1 p.m., Patrolman Richard Varan observed a car traveling west on Hartford Avenue with an expired registration tag from October 2016. more
The students of Mrs. Diana Mollicone’s third grade class at Brown Avenue School recently celebrated Black History Month with a stunning rendition of their play, “A Hero’s Choice: The Story of … more
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