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By JACOB MARROCCO Salisbury Farm in Johnston recently donated $5,200 to the New England Hemophilia Association after raising money through corn maze sales last October. This is the third year that Salisbury Farm has run a themed corn maze fundraiser. The more
In partnership with the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) is now accepting applications for the 25th Annual Worksite Health Awards, honoring Rhode Island companies that pay special attention to the more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) wants to know how satisfied their customers are with their bus service. They are inviting their customers to take their seventh annual online Customer Satisfaction Survey, available on the RIPTA website more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. SHOPLIFTING Detective Thomas M. Dwyer observed a man traveling east on Stone Hill Road pushing an orange Home Depot shopping cart more
By MERI KENNEDY Citizens Police Academy The Johnston Police Department will hold its Citizens Police Academy beginning April 17 at headquarters. The program is open to all adults in Johnston and recruitment is still underway through March 22. The more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The sunshine that poured through the windows of Warwick Country Club and caused the churning waters off Warwick Neck to twinkle on the first official day of spring was an ever-appropriate setting for Drea Kelly to share her message of triumph over fear, intimidation and violence. more
Speakman sworn in to House of Representatives Rep. June S. Speakman (D-Dist. 68, Warren, Bristol) was formally sworn in to the House of Representatives. She was elected March 5 in a special election to replace Laufton Ascen ao, who was elected in more
By NICHOLAS CRONAN Students and teachers from Johnston High School had a “wicked” fun time on their trip to New York City on March 9! The annual trip, run and organized by Student … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Graniteville School Principal Maria Petronio-McAfee proposed a 25-percent hike in tuition fees for the half-day preschool program during the Johnston School Committee's meeting at Ferri Middle School on Tuesday. Petronio-McAfee told the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston High School students and faculty are looking to make a difference, one jar of peanut butter at a time. Class of 2020 advisers Nadia Cricco and Vinny Verardo, along with Principal Dennis Morrell, met with the Sun Rise Monday more
By JACOB MARROCCO One of the first things patrons will see upon entering Life Style Enhancement, a new clean-living establishment in Johnston, is a noticeably open space in the middle. That is by design, according to owner Eileen Vieira. She hopes that more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The death of a woman in Cranston is being investigated as a homicide, according to police, while media reports suggest the son of a late Mafia figure is considered the primary suspect. Local and state investigators were seen at 245 more
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