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The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. VANDALISM On April 24 at approximately 12:43 a.m., Officer Michael … more
By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston School Committee began Tuesday nights meeting with a special award presentation for Lauren Civetti, daughter of Councilman Robert Civetti and his wife Carol. The five-member board presented the standout senior more
These Johnston High School students came decked out in their college apparel as part of “College Commitment Week” held on Cherry Hill that concluded last Friday. The money that the event raised … more
“Engage every age” is the National Council on Aging’s slogan for May, which the group has also designed as “Older American Month.” Perhaps that title, more than any other, fits with what … more
By PETE FONTAINE The Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 held an installation of officers for its long-serving Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday night inside the post headquarters at Ralphs Kitchen at 1418 Plainfield Pike on the Johnston-Cranston line. There was food more
“The same darn thing happened last year,” said Gary Maddocks, president of the Johnston Street Machines. “Apparently, old man weather doesn’t like us; he really threw a monkey wrench into … more
Mayor Joseph Polisena, who always strives for the betterment of Johnston from its employees to residents, recently hosted an important two-fold meeting inside the Senior Center. Polisena held the high priority session, which included more
On Wednesday, May 3, drunk driving crash survivor and motivational speaker Rebecca White presented to the junior and senior class at Johnston Senior High School. The presentation was sponsored by the Johnston Prevention Coalition. Rebecca lost her more
The New England Pension Assistance Project, a nonprofit organization that provides free assistance with pension questions and problems, has recently helped some former employees of the Rhode Island Hospital Trust National Bank to get the pensions they more
The Jane Pickens Theater and Event Center invites one and all to join them for A Royal Wedding Breakfast and gathering of the community to witness history on the big screen on the morning of Saturday, May 19th from England's Windsor Castle for the more
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