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In her debut novel Have Mercy, Johnston-based and former Glocester resident author Barbara Ann Whitman pulls back the curtain to reveal the effects foster care can have on a child and delivers a powerful character-driven tale of love, empowerment, and more
By PETE FONTAINE The setting inside the Aime J. Forand Housing Complex community room was special. For starters, red, white and green star-shaped balloons were floating in the air but tied to different colored ribbons which were anchored to the white more
Lou DiMaio sat at a table inside Twelve Acres Restaurant/Banquet venue Monday night, listening - and watching his colleagues - toast a host of Johnston High School senior athletes. more
Johnston Little League players will be able to participate in a free instructional baseball clinic with Pawtucket Red Sox players and coaches on Saturday July 28 at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket. Participation is free courtesy of Chris Hurd and HURD more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. LARGE KNIFE On May 31 around 10:30 a.m., Lieutenant Joseph Salvadore reports that he was on patrol in the area of Killingly Street at more
It was a rainy day on Monday, June 4, but inside Thornton Elementary School students were participating in Reading Week Travel the Summer with Reading." Ms. Stephanie Rego invited Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena to read to her third grade class. The" more
Ferri Middle School recently celebrated Awards Night to celebrate the students' accomplishments during the last year. The following students received certificates and/or trophies during the ceremony: Mohammed Abaherah, Joseph Acciardo, Amelia Akkaoui, more
This time, Gabriella Costantini was on the receiving end of two rather unique cheers. Constantini, who graduated Friday evening with the Johnston High School Class of 2018, spent a lot of time during the past four years as a member of more
They are the champions On Tuesday night, the Johnston School Committee recognized the Johnston High School Ladies Basketball Team for their outstanding performances and presented them with their team rings. The Committee also recognized Ferri Middle more
Where wild things roam Animals of all kinds freely roamed the halls of Sarah Dyer Barnes elementary school last Friday as students there held a Zoo Celebration. The students in Mrs. Jennifer Pavao, Miss Shannon Pero, and Miss Kaolin Boardman's classes more
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