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Every year around the holidays, Johnston First Student Dispatcher Kim Rigney organizes a food drive with the drivers and office staff along with the Johnston School Department monitors and aides to … more
The musical talents of Rhode Island school musicians will soon be showcased as part of a month-long musical celebration of the holidays from the end of November through most of December. Over … more
Highlights of the decisions made, and items discussed, at the Johnston Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, November 13.District 3 Councilman David Santilli was not in attendance. ORDINANCES TO BE … more
According to Mayor Joseph Polisena and Deputy Police Chief Joseph Razza, ongoing flooding concerns along Belfield Drive are known to the town and are being looked into in an effort to rectify the … more
Jolly old Saint Nick, also known as Santa “Zack Zambarano” Claus, made a special appearance amid a myriad of elves during Saturday’s 8th Annual Johnston High School Parent Teacher Student … more
On Saturday, while the season was celebrated at the PTSO Holly Fair, room 115 in Johnston High School was totally off limits for those under the age of 18. The science room had been transformed … more
Deborah Robillard was recently diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer, and Johnston’s own RI Self-Defense Center is kicking it into high gear to help her with her battle. The center will hold a … more
With the holidays upon us, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) is getting ready to help brighten the season for underprivileged children across the state with the launch of its 21st annual “Holiday Giving … more
Members of the Elite Powerlifting Federation (EFP), such as five-time World Champion George Lazzareschi, have taken on the biggest challenge of their careers. The EPF, along with The Doghouse … more
They colored it purple last Thursday at Winsor Hill Elementary School. For starters, Purple Day held a two-fold purpose, first to draw awareness throughout the school about pancreatic cancer and … more
The boys and girls of Johnston Cub Scout Pack 20 visited Mayor Joseph Polisena’s office last week, continuing a series of tours in an effort to learn about local government and services. The … more
Thorntons annual Family Turkey Bingo brought in a great crowd. The students were very excited to go in the prize room and pick out amazing prizes. Many parents and adults didn't leave empty handed … more
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