October 23, 2014
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COL. STEPHEN M. MCCARTNEY
A second written threat on Johnston, Cranston and Warwick schools has been received by Johnston Police. According to Col. Stephen McCartney, Warwick police chief, a press release agreed upon by the … more
YOU CAN SEE FOREVER: Now cleared of debris, …
“Come with your family…come with your friends.” That’s the invitation the state is making as it reopens 82 acres of the former Rocky Point amusement park on Saturday, Oct. 25. The … more
State Democrats showed their support for House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello last Thursday night, unanimously electing Mattiello’s choice, Rep. Joseph McNamara, to lead the party. The … more
NOT ALONE: Scenes like this will be commonplace …
There probably are not too many people who know the value of the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island better than Karen and Carl Shewcov. After all, her son Ryan once sustained massive brain … more
GIGANTIC SALE: Johnston Historical Society board …
It was almost as if the late and legendary Shang Bailey came back to life Saturday and reopened his once famed roadhouse at 2737 Hartford Ave. in Johnston. “The activity here today was just like … more
The National and Junior National Honor Societies from Johnston High School put on numerous fundraisers throughout the year to benefit the needy. During this month, the members are participating in … more
FAMILY FUN: Families to turn out Saturday for a …
Wanted: Individuals or families to enjoy one of Rhode Island’s most historic and picturesque forests, to experience pumpkin painting and even roast marshmallows on an open fire. If the … more
UNENDING LOVE: Mary Ann and Manny Souza renewed …
The extraordinary, three-tiered cake was as unique as the wedding ceremony Cherry Hill Manor held for Mary Ann and Manny Souza. It was All About Weddings Month in September, and the always-clever … more
FAMILY’S STRENGTH: Darlene Eva Dame, whose …
Harry Armstrong Eva II was a man’s man, a model citizen who people will tell you loved working on a farm as a boy almost as much as he loved soccer. He was also an honorable husband and … more
LEADING THE WAY: Johnstonians Carmine DeRobbio, …
Dozens upon dozens of Johnstontians helped make the Federal Hill Merchants Association’s Columbus Day Parade one of the biggest and best ever. There was the energy and enthusiasm of some three … more
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