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“It’s always exciting when we kick off the political season in Johnston,” U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse told an applauding audience that totaled upwards of 200 people Saturday … more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps the laurel wreath, which was printed on the front and back covers of the Representative Stephen Ucci sponsored program, was a direct example of the victories and honors members of the Class of 2018 received during last Thursday's more
Cherry Hill Manor recently rolled out the red carpet in celebration of Nursing Home Week with a big screen production during their Hollywood Nights. Residents were entertained with daily events, … more
Team members from Price Rite Marketplace present a check for $70,272 to representatives from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on May 16 from funds raised during the supermarket brand's annual Check-Out Hunger campaign. During the months of November more
There were some serious strings attached to a special presentation held for the students of Thornton Elementary School last Thursday. A professional kite flyer, Scott Weider, visited the school yard to explain some of the basics about kites and to put on more
In 2006 Rhode Island Rhythm and Blues Preservation Society created the Instruments for Children Scholarship Program to bring music into the lives of school children. Studies show that playing a musical instrument helps children to succeed in their more
“I’m proud to say I’m a product of Johnston Public Schools,” said Mayor Joseph Polisena. “Forty six years ago I graduated with the Class of 1972. The education I received has served me … more
By TIM FORSBERG After 45 years of serving other communities, father and son Michael and Marios Kirios, the owners of the M & M's Diner and Pizzeria, are now calling Johnston home. The Kirios' recently celebrated the grand opening of their newest more
It’s safe to say that the “Johnston Jewel” as Mayor Joseph Polisena calls War Memorial Park, will come alive in a unique way Saturday morning beginning at 9:30 a.m. A total of eight … more
By TIM FORSBERG At a private ceremony that brought him to tears, 98-year-old Louis A. Cambio was presented with long overdue medals he earned while serving in World War II. With Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer beginning this weekend, it's more
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