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If you ask Richard Montella why the Saint Rocco Church’s Annual Feast and Festival has been a special success through decades of operation, he’d quickly say, “It’s because of the way our … more
After noticing several ordinance violations and other commercial concerns in the area he represents, District 1 Councilman Richard DelFino III is taking steps to ensure that Johnston businesses are … more
There’s a Johnston connection everywhere, and this year’s Little League World Series in Bristol, Connecticut was no different. Johnston resident Chris Colbert, who’s served as an umpire for … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. OUTSTANDING WARRANT On Aug. 9 around 9:22 a.m., Officer Richard Varan conducted a motor vehicle stop in the area of 1088 Plainfield St. The front more
Johnston resident Noam McNicoll was recognized by Santander Bank on field at halftime of the New England Revolution game on Saturday, Aug. 12. McNicoll was one of 10 Santander Soccer Scholars alumni from the 2015 and 2016 seasons who returned to more
Considered to be one of the most important components in the development of the Citizens Bank Campus project on Greenville Avenue, construction of new on and off ramps to Route 295 is now underway. … more
The ever-growing Amanda Loffredo Fan Club helped the Johnston Community Center Association close out its 2017 Concerts in the Park series with a record-setting crowd. For inside of two hours, Loffredo - who JCCA President Glenn Carroll more
Solar Eclipse 2017 The Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library will host the Celestial Event of the Century between 1:30 to 4 p.m. On Monday, Aug. 21 there will be an eclipse of the sun passing across the United States. A solar eclipse occurs more
It's one of Rhode Island's oldest operating traditions. It's an outdoor event that annually showcases the Greek Culture and Orthodoxy as the Assumption Orthodox Church commemorates the Fest of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. We'll be" more
Some three years ago, the statute of La Madonna Del Bosco - the patron saint and Protector of Panni - was recovered inside a church on Providence's Federal Hill. The hand-painted statute, which was brought to Rhode Island from Italy in more
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