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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
Bailey Campbell, a Distinguished Young Woman of Rhode Island, is joining with young women across the nation April 22-26 in celebrating National Be Your Best Self Week, a national outreach event sponsored by Evonik and presented by Distinguished Young more
Comedy for a cause The Rotary Club of North Providence presented a check for $2,285 to the Friedrich's Ataxia Research Association (FARA) during its meeting at Rhode Island College on Tuesday night. The club held a comedy night fundraiser at the Knights more
By NICHOLAS GALLO Once again, it's the time of year when students in grades 10 through 12 at Johnston High School who demonstrate academic achievement and diligence receive the opportunity to join the National Honor Society. While the requirement to more
By PETE FONTAINE A renewed Johnston Police program that began last Wednesday evening is designed to give residents an up-close look at life behind the badge. Fifteen Johnstonians signed up for the Citizens Police Academy, which was recently reinstituted more
Easter bash Cherry Hill Manor hosted an Easter Party last Friday, April 19, and there was no shortage of activities. Magician Stephen Brenner (above) entertained adults and kids alike with his tricks, while DJ Eddy (below) worked the music. There was more
By JACOB MARROCCO Janice Mele, chairwoman of the School Committee and a fixture in the Johnston education community for decades, passed away unexpectedly last week at 69. Johnston Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bernard DiLullo and Assistant more
By JACOB MARROCCO and DANIEL KITTREDGE The town's agreement with Invenergy to sell water for use in the operations of a planned power plant in Burrillville has been upheld in Superior Court. Judge Michael A. Silverstein found that the 20-year, more than more
By JACOB MARROCCO Rhode Island Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti used the Plainfield Pike bridges in Johnston as a backdrop this past Friday as he kicked off the 2019 construction season, announcing 77 active projects with a cost of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Community shred event at Cherry Hill Manor Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 2 Cherry Hill Road, Johnston, is hosting a free community shred event Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to noon. Shred-It will be on hand to more
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