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By IAN WEINER With the Democratic Party resuming control of the House of Representatives, Congressman Jim Langevin's opportunity to preside over the House as Speaker pro-tempore on the first day of the 116th congress was filled with debate over ending more
Toy Poodle mix Joey is looking for a new home. more
By IAN WEINER Rhode Island has seen a milder flu season so far this year than in 2017-2018, as there have been significantly less deaths and hospital visits associated with the virus. “I … more
If Governor Gina Raimondo could have predicted the weather, she might have included a pun in her second inaugural address that the 40 mile per hour gusts that buffeted the crowd on the front lawn of … more
Last Friday brought sights often unseen at the Johnston Senior Center as Santa visited the annual guests and volunteer’s holiday party while belting out songs of the season. Well over 100 … more
By PETE FONTAINE There was a rather unique display of new wheels Sunday at Shannon Motors in Johnston. Those wheels weren't on any vehicle on the impressive Shannon Motors used car lot at Killingly Street in Johnston, and they were for one driver only. more
The students at Sarah Dyer Barnes were put in the Christmas spirit last Friday when the Ferri Middle School chorus and band visited the school for a songs of the season sing-along. Held in two sessions to accommodate all of the school's children, the more
By JEN COWART Students from Johnston High School were among the nearly 2,000 students from across Rhode Island who had the opportunity to attend the third annual Computer Science For Rhode Island (CS4RI) computer science summit at the University of Rhode more
It’s Joseph Spremulli’s most favorite day of the year. It’s equally the same for his wife Eleanor, who like her husband enjoys helping people in need, no matter what the season or … more
“This lesson in caring and giving was far from SADD,” Greg Russo, a long-time teacher who heads the Chemistry Department at Johnston High School, deadpanned Monday afternoon. “Our SADD students … more
By PETE FONTAINE Even Ebeneezer Scrooge, that cold-hearted miser who despised Christmas in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, would not have balked at participating in the Johnston Town Hall … more
“Pretty paper, pretty ribbons of blue, wrap your presents to your darling from you…” Those lyrics to a famous Christmas song first recorded by legendary country singer Willie Nelson then … more
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