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Johnston High School business department head Linda Nixon knows what her students are capable of doing in just a matter of weeks, and she was at a loss for words describing her pride. “We were … more
A Johnston native will soon be taking center stage. Just in time for the new year, “Follies for Boston,” a revolutionary dance and musical revue that celebrates Boston, will be performing for … more
This year’s Our Lady of Grace Ham and Bean Supper was bigger and better than ever. For starters, the night featured 25 high-quality raffle prizes that were donated especially for Saturday’s … more
“Our parishioners do more and more every year,” Sandy Cerel said Saturday while accepting congratulations on what many people called “the best bazaar ever” at St. Robert Bellarmine Roman … more
Santa Claus is coming to Johnston. Saint Nick will be on Cherry Hill Saturday during the ninth annual Johnston High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization Holly Fair, which will run from 9 … more
History Notes is a biweekly entry in the Sun Rise that features a passage from the Johnston Historical Society. This week’s story comes from July 2008.A stone-ender is a type of house, unique … more
The fourth annual J-DAPA Jingle Bazaar supports the arts and local crafters, so Johnston residents can come and get their holiday shopping done. The Bazaar will be held at Johnston Senior High … more
State Department of Human Services Director Courtney Hawkins stopped by Over the Rainbow Learning Center in Johnston on Thursday, Nov. 7, to read to students as part of a statewide SUPERS Read … more
“Despite the simplicity of its basic form and its humble beginnings,” Mohr Library Director John Anderson wrote on a promotional piece, “the blues went on to become and incredibly important … more
Lois Marandola, sister of Parks and Recreation Director Dan Mazzulla, told the Sun Rise Monday morning that the family will hold a pasta dinner Dec. 5 at Spirito’s Restaurant on the … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments.FELONY ASSAULTPatrolman Kevin Lyons responded to Johnston Police headquarters … more
The Council Round-up is a digest of licenses, appointments and other proceedings from the Johnston Town Council's Nov. 12 meeting. LICENSES The council approved, 4-0, a business operating license, phone calls only, for Dave Oliver Construction, located more
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