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Joseph Polisena believes that he has the experience and strong leadership skills necessary to serve the residents, taxpayers and business interests of Johnston for another term. Polisena's parents, Joseph Anthony and Julie, built their more
Brenda Lynn Leone thinks that new leadership is needed to take Johnston to greater heights, and as she believes more women are needed in government she has thrown her hat into this year's mayoral race as an Independent. A 1980 graduate of more
Johnston Historical Society Their museum barn is open Tuesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Thursdays, 2 to 5 p.m.; or by appointment, for those who would like to visit the museum or examine the society's collection of more
By TIM FORSBERG Though this year's midterm elections on a national level may be red hot, here at the town level it's a relatively quiet election season compared to years past. Only one seat on the Town Council-District 1 currently held by Richard DelFino more
Imagine kicking any object 140 times without stopping within 60 seconds. That's exactly what Juliana Desnoyers did Saturday morning inside the well-appointed Derderian Academy of Martial Arts located at 11 Commerce Way inside the more
Travelers of Greenville Avenue, Bishop Hill Road and Brown Avenue who may have recently lost fillings while riding along the notoriously bumpy roads should soon see some relief. According to Mayor Joseph Polisena and Department of Public more
By PETE FONTAINE The parking lot inside the Stonehill Marketplace at 1386 Atwood Avenue in Johnston has never been as full as it was last Thursday morning. Even before a scheduled media and dignitary preview and official ribbon cutting, an estimated 150 more
Although diamonds are a girl's best friend, flowers - no matter what the occasion - have always held special meaning for women of the world. That theory was reinforced some 60 times last Wednesday by John Dick, who owns and operates more
If first impressions hold true, Sunday's first ever Johnston Community Center Association-Citizens Bank 5K Road Race and Fun Walk promises to be a super success. For starters, Citizens Bank - which has become what Mayor Joseph Polisena more
With the election right around the corner, Governor Gina Raimondo made campaign stops in Johnston last Thursday in an attempt to drum up support for her reelection bid. Raimondo first stopped at Cherry Hill Manor, where she spoke with residents and more
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