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The Arakelian family is a classic example of the phrase “like mother, like daughter.” Giavanna Marie Arakelian is hoping to follow in the footsteps of her mother, Gina M. … more
Bowl For Kids’ SakeBig Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island will host the fourth annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake event on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lang’s Bowlarama, … more
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse presented the U.S. Army Good Conduct Medal to Johnston resident Ronald Petrocchi during a ceremony at his office on Monday morning. Petrocchi is a U.S. Army veteran … more
On Saturday, Sept. 14, the Johnston Senior Center held its annual Pasta Supper fundraiser to support its programs and services. The crowd size was limited 130 people in order to provide a dance … more
There are no bad guys – only Goodfellas – and their families are welcome at this club. The Goodfellas Motorcycle Club is made up of men like founder Gene Benedetti, Anthony “Cal” Calabro … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments.WARRANTPatrolman Kevin W. Lyons responded to Bank of America at 1481 Atwood Ave. … more
As countless guests have said time and again, it’s always special at The Bridge at Cherry Hill. Friday night’s annual Car Cruise ‘n’ Cuisine event was no exception. “Our residents … more
The sitting room inside The Bridge at Cherry Hill was overflowing with love Saturday afternoon. It came in many forms, with extraordinary emotions from a number of people, including Jen Burns, the … more
Johnston’s 32nd annual AppleFest welcomed thousands of attendees from across the state this past Saturday and Sunday, offering a vast array of delicacies, entertainment and vendors throughout the … more
The Johnston Town Council on Sept. 9 unanimously approved a resolution authorizing a 25-year payment in lieu of taxes, or PILOT, agreement between Mayor Joseph Polisena and Pine Hill Solar Partners … more
Johnston Senior High School’s food pantry and clothing closet drive is a community effort in the truest sense of the term. Math teacher Tia Forgetta and special education teacher Erin Ferraro … more
Last weekend’s attacks on two major oil facilities in Saudi Arabia have taken 6 percent of global oil supply off the market, and the result could be higher prices for consumers at the gas pumps, at … more
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