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The Johnston Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts are doing more than just a few good deeds. Last weekend’s rain couldn’t stop the members of Pack and Troop 20 Johnston as they fanned out across town … more
Cafe Rocco never looked more festive than it did Saturday evening when dozens of people paid to sample such foods as shrimp cocktail, stuffed mushrooms and other appetizers to help feed other folks who may never enjoy such delicacies. more
Officers involved in the Johnston Police Department's Adopt-A-School Program stopped in to visit their adopted elementary schools in town this week to talk about Halloween safety. During their … more
What equals lots of candy, colorful costumes, fantastic family, hot apple cider and homemade pumpkin cookies? It would be lots of events, none though, that quite equal what The Bridge at Cherry Hill held last Thursday evening to help more
The residents of Cherry Hill Manor handed candy out to all the trick or treaters on Tuesday evening as the center opened its door to the community's children. Part of the festivities included games and prizes for the princesses, witches, ghosts and more
There’s a special slogan at the Graniteville School that reads, “Where playing is learning and learning is fun.” Sunday, those words were perhaps understated during Graniteville’s 2nd … more
Seven-year-old Ella Watters, a first grader at Windsor Hill Elementary, has undergone 14 rounds of chemotherapy and 28 rounds of radiation in her battle against Ewing's sarcoma and is now on the mend. To help with her recovery efforts, more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police, and other departments. VIOLATION OF NO CONTACT ORDER On October 24 around 9:51 a.m., Officer Matthew Leveillee along with several patrol units responded to more
By JEN COWART The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings inspired and affected many people in many different ways. For Janet Tanury, owner of the women's clothing store Botticelli (1375 Mineral Spring Ave., Providence), it inspired the idea to host a more
By PETE FONTAINE Many people will attest that there's as much tradition in the Ladies Philoptochos Society Greek Food Fair & Christmas Bazaar as there is in the legend of Santa Claus. It started many moons ago, back when current members would go with more
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