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DISORDERLY CONDUCT On Feb. 5 at approximately 6:20 p.m., Detective James Seymore was on an assigned detail at the Tri Town Community Health building on Hartford Avenue. He was standing outside of the building in the area of the crosswalk when he observed more
By PETE FONTAINE Joanne Taylor couldn't help but show her excitement during Saturday's Johnston School Music Association's Mattress Sale fundraiser. Taylor - a representative of Custom Fundraising Solutions, or CFS, which offers discounts on name-brand more
By PETE FONTAINE Once a year, the Johnston High School's cafeteria serves as the backdrop for the next generation of science projects. Last Thursday, a total of 143 students - from freshmen to seniors - entered the school's annual Science Fair with more
By PETE FONTAINE The community's spirit of giving was on display Saturday night inside Town Hall Lanes during the Panthers for a Cure Cosmic Rock-N-Bowl event to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Rhode Island. People all ages showed up at the more
By TIM FORSBERG The town is on solid financial footing, according to auditors and actuaries who presented a breakdown of Johnston's finances to the Town Council on Monday following an audit of financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 30, more
Special honor Brianah S. Torrens of Johnston was among the 22 new members inducted into the Gamma Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu nursing honor society at the Community College of Rhode Island on Jan. 15. Family members were invited to see the more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston's finest recently gathered to support the group Concerns of Police Survivors, or COPS, in honor of a fallen member of the local law enforcement community. On Sunday inside the Santa Maria Di Prata Society on Walnut Grove Avenue more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A labor bill introduced by the Rhode Island House of Representatives is already poised to become one of the hot button issues of the new legislative session, as the proposed bill, H5260, would expand the reach of binding arbitration in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A classic New England joke advises that if you don't like the weather, one simply has to wait a minute for different weather to occur. Anecdotally speaking, Rhode Islanders are well aware of the region's seemingly moody nature. Sometimes more
A former employee of Ross-Simons Jewelers has been charged with embezzlement in connection with the theft of more than $222,000 in jewelry, according to Cranston Police. Yanill C. Taveras, 26, of … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A new legislative proposal has reignited debate over panhandling in the Ocean State. Rhode Island House of Representatives Deputy Speaker Charlene Lima (D-Dist. 14, Cranston) last week introduced House Bill 5330, which would impose more
ASSAULT On February 3 at approximately noon, Officer Vanessa Wilcox along with several members of the department were dispatched to Monroe Auto Service on Atwood Avenue for a report of a female party who claimed she had been pepper sprayed. Upon arrival, more
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