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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is stocking ponds across Rhode Island with some 10,000 trout in advance of Columbus Day weekend - a popular time for recreational fishing. The number of waterbodies stocked will be limited more
A large crowd of media, local and state politicians and curious onlookers descended onto Airport Road on Wednesday afternoon to bear witness to the official inaugural sendoff of the New England Patriots' brand new personalized aircraft, more
To say there were many bargains in the basement of Johnston's Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library last week would be an understatement. The non-profit Friends of Mohr Library held an impressive and expanded Used Book Sale that was many more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An online petition has garnered over 7,000 signatures, and seeks to find out why cross country runners have been banned from practicing at Goddard Memorial Park. more
The approximately 1,800 residents and businesses connected to the Johnston Water Authority may soon get a knock on their doors. Beginning Oct. 2, work crews from LaFramboise Water … more
To say that Sandy Cerel loves the stage would be an understatement. For starters, the Johnston resident has been acting and directing for 35 years and has worked with a great number of theater companies throughout Southern New England more
Johnston based EXIT Realty Pinnacle has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, the HSF Affiliates LLC company recently announced. The firm will operate as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Pinnacle Realty, and serves Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode more
Kids like Jean Ralphio, Vincent Van Goat and Salvadore will be on hand Saturday for the 9th Annual Fall on the Hill that’s hosted by the Neutaconkanut Hill Conservancy. Elli Panichas, who has … more
ASSAULT A suspect involved in an altercation in August was recently apprehended and charged with simple assault /battery and disorderly conduct. On August 19 around 11:30 a.m. Officer Louis … more
The largest individual gift in the Community College of Rhode Island's 53-year history will provide students with critical funding to help them persist to graduation. Local philanthropist Bhikhaji Maneckji's $500,000 donation will be used to create the more
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