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By JACOB MARROCCO Two key members of the Johnston political community are split on the “evergreen” contracts bill that passed the full Rhode Island House of Representatives and Senate Labor … more
By PETE FONTAINE The recently renovated banquet room inside the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 has never been filled with as much love, fine food and fellowship as there was last Thursday night. The event was presented by the Johnston Association of more
The James Montgomery Band & The School of Rock Show Team join together on Friday, May 10 -- two days before James' milestone birthday -- at the Newport Lodge, in a benefit performance for the veterans group, Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. OSDRI is more
By MERI R. KENNEDY `Lighting the Way' workshop On May 16 from 5:30-8 p.m., join Sean Roy for a free workshop for families called Lighting The Way: Helping Families See Possibilities In Building Futures." The workshop will be held at the Radisson Airport" more
By JOHN HOWELL With the debate heating up over whether Rhode Islanders come out ahead or fall behind with acquisition of Care New England by Partners HealthCare, both CNE and Lifespan have launched websites outlining their points of view. Yesterday, CNE more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. BODY FOUND Rhode Island State Police identified the body of a man found at a Johnston recycling facility last Thursday. Roberto more
By PETE FONTAINE The Church of the Annunciation at 175 Oaklawn Ave. has long had reputation for putting on one of Rhode Island's most popular summertime festivals - the Cranston Greek Festival. At the heart of the three-day festival are homemade more
House passes Mattiello's bill creating teams to prevent school violence The House approved legislation sponsored by House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello (D-Dist. 15, Cranston) to increase school safety by creating threat assessment teams in schools to more
By JOHN HOWELL It takes an hour, and often a bit longer, to travel by train from Providence to Boston. Peter Alviti, director of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, would like to cut that time in half. He thinks that possible, although it's more
By PETE FONTAINE There has never been as much activity in The Bridge at Cherry Hill's well-appointed Bistro - and main lobby, for that matter - as there was Saturday afternoon. Even the first floor corridor at the award-winning assisted living and more
By PETE FONTAINE Easter was an emotional time for Carol Corsinetti and her two sons, Chris and Anthony, and their families. Sunday, April 21, would have been Anthony Corsinetti Sr.'s 78th birthday. Moreover, that's why the brothers Corsinetti, who own more
By JACOB MARROCCO Pat Strezo knows that teaching seniors requires a special touch. Strezo, who has a master's degree in adult education from the University of Rhode Island, has taught computer programs at the Johnston Senior Center for more than a more
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