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The Simmonsville Avenue Bridge, which was built back in 1948, isn't falling down, but it's really old and needs to be replaced. Last Wednesday afternoon, Mayor Joseph Polisena, District 1 Councilman Richard J. DelFino III and officials of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY and TIM FORSBERG If a major company may soon call Johnston home, as Mayor Joseph Polisena alluded to during the special Town Council meeting held on Monday, Governor Gina Raimondo is remaining tight lipped and keeping her cards close to more
By TIM FORSBERG Deb Ramm, Johnston school district's instructional technology coordinator who has taken technology and her students to new heights, is being recognized with accolades from near and far thanks to her outstanding efforts towards providing a more
By TIM FORSBERG At the June 25 special meeting of the Johnston Town Council, the ordinance appropriating the proposed $110,453,388 supporting the town's governmental budget for the 2019 fiscal year was approved. But perhaps the meeting's biggest reveal more
Lockwood High School, Class of 1953, will hold its 65th class reunion at Sam's Inn, 2227 West Shore Road, Warwick, July 14 from 12-3 p.m. There will be an open menu. RSVP to Dorothy (Labossiere) Sabetta at 401-739-1193 by July 2. Warwick Vets and Toll more
By PETE FONTAINE Tim McLaughlin, the former Johnston Fire Chief turned Rhode Island State Fire Marshall, had just finished talking to his boss Gov. Gina Raimondo when he suddenly stated: This guy really knows how to pack 'em in." McLaughlin was talking" more
Some 15 years ago, as Ronald Lamoureux remembers, “a handful of dedicated, passionate kids started Chapter 4009 of the Tri-M Music Honor Society here at Johnston.” The students took a pledge, … more
There were huge portions of food, fellowship, fun and entertainment inside the Knights of Columbus Dillon Council Home on Douglas Avenue in North Providence for the Johnston Democratic Town … more
By PETE FONTAINE Although most families hold reunions to coincide with various milestones in each member's life, the Spremulli's, who have long-time ties to Johnston, Cranston and Providence, have always taken a much different route. On a recent sunny more
On June 16, 19 bowlers attended ‘Help the Homeless’ RI’s first bowling fundraiser at Town Hall Lanes in Johnston. A fun time was had while raising $200 to help the homeless and impoverished in … more
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