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By OLIVIA PERREAULT The Armenian Genocide holds a significant role in world history, yet it barely gets covered in schools nationwide. In order to continue educating the public of this disastrous event, the Armenian Community of Rhode Island presented a more
SLEIGHT * * * (Magician/drug dealer drama) Street magician by day, drug dealer by night. Jacob Latimer plays Bo, a young black, parentless man from the mean streets of LA who cares for his younger sister by passing his hat after wowing people with his more
Troop 20 Johnston's convocation of Eagle Scouts grew by four last Sunday as Adam Bouchard, Richard Ballirano, Zachary DiCarlo, and Antonio Martinelli were elevated to the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank. Today is an important day in" more
The Johnston Police Department continues to investigate a fatal hit and run accident on Killingly Street that occurred on Monday, May 1, around 8:45 p.m. and is asking for the community's assistance in identifying a suspect. According to more
Carbon monoxide is a silent killer, and on average the Johnston Fire Department responds to approximately five carbon monoxide related calls each week. But thanks to a local carbon monoxide detector giveaway program, more Johnston more
Sunday's Our Lady of Grace Church 8th Annual Primavera was without questions, dozens of smiling people concurred, the Roman Catholic Parish's all-time best food and wine tasting experience. So much so, in fact, people like Jack more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. POSSESSION While on patrol in the area of Plainfield Street on April 24 around 2:05 … more
Last Friday, 58 classrooms throughout the state, including four Johnston classes, received visits by Rhode Island judges and lawyers to discuss law-related issues with the students. The visits … more
For the third year in a row, State Rep. Deborah Fellela (D – District 43) provided a House grant, this time for $1,000, to the senior class at Johnston High School for their year-end activities. … more
Among the many hardships facing our forbears in the early history of the town was the threat of disease. One of the worst was smallpox, one of the most contagious of diseases. During severe epidemics as many as 30 out of 100 people more
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