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A new three-year agreement between the School Committee and Cranston Teachers’ Alliance (CTA) represents a “practical compromise” that benefits educators, students and the community as a whole, … more
Another in a series of programs dealing with the American Civil War was held Sept. 17 at the Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library. Historian Stephen Usler told the story of Rhode Island’s Capt. John … more
SHARING HISTORY: Anthony Ursillo speaks before a …
Another program in the series on the Civil War took place at the Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library on Monday, Sept. 22. Anthony Ursillo, former retailer and owner of the Log Gift and Curtain Shoppe, … more
The acclaimed Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular presented by Citizens Bank will return to Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, with shows running nightly from Oct. 2 through Nov. 2. This highly … more
THREE GENERATIONS: East Coast Masonry & …
A Johnston family firm that specializes in historic masonry repair, a monumental Coventry mill rehabbed for apartments, a dedicated advocate from Scituate ’s Hope Village, and the proudly restored … more
DELIGHTFUL DUTY: Famed chef and NBC 10 …
When it comes to baking apple pies – or eating them, for that matter – no one does it better than Warwick residents Jo-Ann Desmarais or Hope Valloney. Those two facts surfaced last weekend … more
SINGING I LOVE YOU: The students at Scribbles …
Scribbles Academy, which provides day care for children beginning at six weeks old to age 12, hosted its fifth annual “Grandfriends Celebration” on Sept. 12 at 678 Killingly St. in Johnston. The … more
READY TO GO: From left, Fat Boys Pizza’s Ezra …
There are some new and interesting guys on Johnston’s restaurant block. Owners James Rutkovsky and Ezra Spitzer and their business partner Joe Ramos have set up a unique shop – Fat Boys New … more
IRREPLACEABLE: Jessica Peterson’s late father …
Jessica Peterson wears a special necklace – one that, for her, has a powerful connection to her late father. From it hangs a charm, a figure striking a karate pose. Her father, George Leonard, … more
If you’ve ever tasted Lori Boffi’s homemade baked goods, wait until Sunday, Oct. 5, when the Johnston Card$mart owner holds her annual Hungry for a Cure fundraising dinner. “I figured if all … more
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