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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Starting Monday, residents of other communities will need to be accompanied by an adult Cranston resident when using the Budlong Pool. The policy change comes following concerns about overcrowding and a recent incident involving a more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Preliminary plans for a proposed Chase Bank branch at the intersection of Atwood and Phenix avenues were heard during a site visit by city officials on June 26, while a set of measures needed to clear the way for the project are on more
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 September 1999. By STEPHEN MEROLLA Many people in the Johnston Historical Society and the town are well more
By PETE FONTAINE Some members of Johnston Police Explorer Post 405 have spent the last five days at a seaside summer camp, but they haven't had much time to enjoy the sun and surf. The 10 Explorers are taking part in the prestigious Rhode Island Law more
Meals on Wheels of RI is pleased to announce that Kevin Millonzi, owner and president of Millonzi Fine Catering and Millonzi's Kitchen Bar, has been elected as chair of its board of directors for 2019-20. Millonzi, who has served on the board since fall more
The seasonal Providence-Newport Ferry service, will set sail Friday, May 24 with new weekend stops in the bayside community of Bristol, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has announced. The new ferry service to Bristol is part of the more
Before firing up the propane grill for 4th of July, the Propane Gas Association of New England (PGANE) recommends homeowners take the following steps to get the most from their outdoor appliances safely: Follow the Manufacturer's Instructions. Whether more
Clouds Hill Museum in Cowesett is the site of a new farmers market opening this Sunday. The market, which will operate on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., will take place at 4157 Post Road on the grounds just below the house. The market is a rain or more
The food at Carter’s Café, members of the Johnston Police and Fire departments will attest, is second to none. The only problem is Carter’s Café is only open one day a year for roughly three … more
By ZACK DeLUCA Johnston's International Brotherhood of Police Officers Local 307 held its annual cigar dinner fundraiser at Twin Oaks last Thursday evening and honored the memory of Cranston Police Detective William Palmer, who passed away in February at more
By PETE FONTAINE Few Rhode Islanders have enjoyed as much success in beauty and brawn competitions as Johnston's Gina Sabitoni-Arakelian. When it comes to competing in beauty pageants, Sabitoni-Arakelian is second to none. She still takes pride in the more
#MyFirstJob is a series focused on University of South Alabama class of 2019 graduates who are beginning their careers. By JOY WASHINGTON While many college graduates are still sending out resumes, hoping to get an interview, Tara Principe, a more
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