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Summer is right around the corner. Time to get out on the water. First, though, you need your State Boating Card and, more important, you and your family need to learn how to be safe out there. The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is offering a safe boating more
By PETE FONTAINE Kristy Pistacchio, dough raiser extraordinaire! That's a title the manager at Walgreens on 1387 Plainfield St. in Johnston really enjoys at this time every year. So much so that Pistacchio - whose husband, Jon, is a Johnston firefighter more
A Finne Road home consumed by fire Sunday afternoon is a “complete loss,” according to Johnston Fire Chief Peter Lamb. Lamb said several reports of the blaze came in shortly after noon on … more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps it was fitting that Kristen Steiner, Mark Livingston and Mark Bairos anchored what everyone called an awesome donation Tuesday morning in Johnston. The three - whose offices are a stone's throw from one another on Atwood Avenue - more
By JACOB MARROCCO Robert LaFazia spoke through tears during Monday night's Town Council meeting, fondly remembering his dear friend Janice Mele. Mele, who had served on the School Committee since 2007 and was its chairwoman for several years, passed away more
“Another great job, Father,” Steve Jenkins told the Rev. Peter J. Gower as he and his wife, Elaine, were leaving Fioretti Hall Sunday morning. “The food was good, as usual!” Statements … more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Johnston School Committee on Tuesday held its first meeting since the passing of Janice Mele, but her presence was still strongly felt. The board elected its new chair and vice chair - Robert LaFazia and Joseph Rotella, respectively more
By JACOB MARROCCO Thursday night was a time for reflection, transition and recognition as Johnston High School honored sophomores, juniors and seniors during the National Honor Society induction ceremony. Principal Dennis Morrell welcomed the crowd to more
The Providence Gridiron Club, which sponsors six dinners and a brunch yearly, is actively trying to raise more money so it can add scholarships and more honors to its program, which recognizes and benefits youth, high school and college football players, more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. THREATS TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS Lt. Joseph Salvadore was on patrol the afternoon of May 9 when he saw a vehicle with window tint and both more
By MAX FRAZIER Whether you want to adopt a dog or cat or if you simply love animals, the perfect place to be this Saturday and Sunday is the Warwick Petco. There will be around 30 puppies and small dogs Saturday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., and Sunday more
Defenders of Animals will hold their annual May Breakfast on May 19 at the Governor Sprague Mansion, 1351 Cranston Street, Cranston. The buffet breakfast will be available at 10 AM. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased under the donation section on line more
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