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State leaders say the Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook, released on Monday, makes a case for continued action on both state and national levels. The factbook presents the status of family and community, economic well-being, health, safety more
While the state considers legalizing marijuana, and with Gov. Gina Raimondo recently referring to Rhode Island’s growing heroin and opioid problem as a “crisis,” Johnston’s public schools … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. ABANDONED DOG The Johnston Police Department is seeking the public's assistance after a dog was abandoned in the Pet Smart parking lot in Johnston more
“Today is Library Day in Rhode Island,” Helen Antonizio was saying Saturday morning. “Libraries across the state will be having a number of different and fun events.” Antonizio, who serves … more
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but that ageless adage opened a can of worms - and created quite the query - for women like Kathie Lombardo, Sheila Manney and Helen Antonizio. On Saturday, the trio who volunteer for the Friends of more
April is Autism Awareness Month, and students in each of Johnston's schools brought attention to the cause last Friday through their Autism Awareness Day. Students, faculty and staff dressed in blue to celebrate the day, and raised funds more
The Johnston Recreation Department's annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny will take on an entirely different look than the events of years past. Perhaps the main reason is that for the first time in its history, the JRD program will be more
Standardized tests are a hot topic for school districts around Rhode Island. Although there are multiple forms of these types of tests, they all aspire to track student's level of learning throughout high school. Freshmen students at more
Although the Pannese Society of Rhode Island is small in numbers, the Johnston-based Italian-American non-profit is now the state's leader in International Student Cultural Exchanges. That became fact Tuesday when four Johnston High more
The Atwood Avenue Washington Trust branch held a free shred day on Saturday, where customers and non-customers alike supported the Food Bank by bringing a jar of peanut butter to donate to their annual peanut butter drive. More than 100 more
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