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History Notes is a biweekly entry in the Sun Rise that features a passage from the Johnston Historical Society. This week's story comes from March 2008. By LOUIS McGOWAN Dan Brown and I ended our wandering around town on Jan. 12, 2008, by visiting more
The Washington Trust Company is pleased to announce that Joseph Picozzi has joined the bank's mortgage department as a mortgage loan officer. Working out of Washington Trust's offices at the Johnston branch, he is responsible for developing and more
By SARAH MONAHAN Next Tuesday, Feb. 11, Johnston High School students will be getting healthy in honor of Hoops for Hearts. Students who made a donation to the American Heart Association will gather in the gym and have the opportunity to get active more
By PETE FONTAINE The seats inside Fioretti Football Field weren't nearly as full Sunday as they have been for previous Super Bowl Tailgate Parties. The main reason was that when the New England Patriots aren't playing in the big game, local interest more
By PETE FONTAINE Breaking bread together, especially at a home-cooked meal, has been commonplace through the years at Our Lady of Grace Church in Johnston. Such an act has became a tradition at the Roman Catholic Church during the tenure of the Rev. more
By PETE FONTAINE "e;There are a lot of PAWS-itive things happening here at the ECC,"e; Jennifer Ramage, a kindergarten teacher at Johnston's Early Childhood Center, quipped. "e;Everyone is thrilled."e; Everyone, from Principal Keri Autiello to Ramage and the more
Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island has announced the appointment of Megan Herne, human resources manager, North America, AstroNova, and Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corp. business manager Joe Rotella to its board of directors. "e;As Meals on Wheels of RI more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Dist. 43 Rep. Deborah A. Fellela will have a primary challenger for the first time since 2014 this fall, as candidate Melinda Lopez has thrown her hat into the ring. Fellela last had to battle for the Democratic nomination six more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston is poised to put 280 pieces of property - predominantly homes - up for sewer tax sale on March 12, but those who are delinquent on their fees still have time to pay. Mayor Joseph Polisena and Deputy Tax Collector Bethany more
By PETE FONTAINE Love was the theme recently inside St. Rocco's School in Johnston. Principal Lorraine S. Moschella told a large crowd inside the Children's Library, as well as those people standing in the first floor corridor, that everyone loved Kay. more
By PETE FONTAINE Richard D. "e;Rickey"e; Salzillo's legacy lives on. That's because once again - as has been the tradition since the late Johnston legend was killed in a tragic automobile accident back on Feb. 10, 1976 - upwards of 300 people showed up at more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Quarter Auction to benefit American Heart Association On Sunday, Feb. 16, a Quarter Auction to benefit the American Heart Association will be held at Spirito's Restaurant at the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812, located at 1418 more
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