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It was a ceremony unlike one that Johnstonians had ever seen before. It was a dynamic dedication upwards of 1,000 people witnessed that was so impressive it left some people speechless, and event … more
“This project was a difficult one,” Mayor Joseph Polisena told some 1,000 people Saturday during the official grand opening of the new Johnston Indoor Recreation Center. “I must also tell you … more
Meet Ben, an amazing fourth-grade student at Thornton Elementary School in Johnston. He is 10 years old, and described as kind, intelligent, funny and thoughtful to others. Ben has made his school proud by truly embracing more
Citizens Financial Group, Inc. recently named Keith Kelly as Citizens Bank Rhode Island President. Kelly has worked in Rhode Island for 21 years and lives in Barrington. He has led Citizens' corporate banking team in Rhode Island for the past four more
Gentian Garden Club to meet Gentian Garden Club Spring Plant sale will be held on Saturday May 13 from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine, at the Community house, 546 West Greenville Road (Rte. 116) in North Scituate. This is an excellent more
Denny’s Restaurants located at 1177 Reservoir Ave. in Cranston and 44 Dowling Village Blvd. in North Smithfield are the newest additions to join the already successful restaurant program for … more
By PETE FONTAINE Richard J. DelFino III, who represents District 1 on the Johnston Town Council, doesn't like seeing decaying or deteriorating land anywhere. So much so that the second-term Councilman will continue his battle this Saturday during the more
For the past few years, people like Mayor Joseph Polisena have said that the Johnston Music Department produces some of the best student groups in New England. By way of three prolific performances in Williamsburg, Virginia, the JHS more
The annual veterans benefit, “Proud to be an American,” is going on its fifth year, this year to be held on May 20 from 6 p.m. to midnight at Quidnessett Country Club. Local oldies group, … more
To the Editor: On May 24, I will travel to Providence to represent cancer patients and survivors from Johnston to call on Rhode Island's state legislature to make cancer related health policies a priority. I plan to meet with State Representative Stephen more
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