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After announcing his candidacy for Rhode Island Attorney General on Tuesday, former U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha made his first campaign stop in Johnston as he toured the town and spoke with … more
Johnston Senior Center officials this week issued an important reminder the annual Medicare Open Enrollment period is just around the corner. Tony Zompa, the JSC’s executive director, said the … more
The Rhode Island Division of Taxation today posted a guide to the personal incometax modification which applies for income from 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, private-sector pensions,government … more
Networking, so say the folks who wrote the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is “a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest.” Take … more
Michael Manfredi shouldn't have been addressing the crowd at the Department of Corrections on Monday afternoon. Manfredi, 55, had done drugs for nearly 35 years. He decided to share his story at a workshop discussing the success and more
The undermanned Johnston football team dropped its first Division II-A game of the season to the Moses Brown Quakers, 49-6, on Saturday afternoon at Moses Brown High School. The two teams stood … more
The Johnston 13U Panthers went up against the CLCF Chiefs this week posting and posted a 21-6 victory.  The Panthers received the opening kickoff and the offense immediately set the tone of the … more
This past weekend, the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation held their annual Flames of Hope in Providence. With many new attractions, such as zip lining and tasty events, this serves as the premier fundraising and awareness events for the Foundation. more
The Johnston Police Department’s award-winning Explorers Post 405 will be well-represented in Sunday’s annual Federal Hill Merchants Association Columbus Day Parade in Providence. The youth … more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, issues the following statement: Detective Conor S. O'Donnell, a six-year veteran of the Rhode Island State Police, was among more
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