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By TIM FORSBERG Thanks to the dedication of four talented quilters, dozens of people across the state will have a warmer Christmas thanks to a gift of a handcrafted quilt. Marie Lanzi, Fran Zanni, Evelyn Cedroni and Pat Baxter of the Giving Quilt Group more
Hissing steam and squeaking metal, the Polar Express recently made its way through Johnston's schools and took hundreds of children dressed in pajamas and with Golden Tickets for a ride to the North Pole that they'll more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. DISORDERLY CONDUCT On December 13 at approximately 10:10 p.m., Officer Christopher Rotella was dispatched to a George Waterman Road more
Barrington Books Retold in Garden City Center has partnered with local the non-profit organization, Help the Homeless RI, to help raise awareness and much needed funds. On Dec. 22 from noon to 8 … more
Rep. Robert Lancia (District 16) and his wife, Maryann, will once again hold “Hope for the Holidays” on Saturday, Dec. 22 from 9 a.m. to noon at Panera Bread at Chapel View in Cranston to benefit … more
The 43rd annual Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics Rhode Island will be held Tuesday, Jan. 1 2019 at Roger Wheeler State Beach in Narragansett. Thousands of individuals will be Freezin for a Reason" when they take the plunge at exactly 12 noon to raise" more
On Feb. 8 there will be a competition for Ms. Wheelchair RI. All contestants must be at least 21 years of age, use a wheelchair 100 percent of the time in public; have great personality and willing to advocate and educate. This is not a beauty contest more
A merry time was had by all in attendance at this year’s Ferri Merry Mixer. Approximately 100 students attended the last dance of the year last Friday night, sponsored by the Ferri PTSO. The … more
Perhaps the light glowing inside white luminary bags that lined the entrance to The Bridge at Cherry Hill offered a glimpse of what awaited guests who attended last Thursday night’s annual … more
Deborah Robillard was recently diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer, and Johnston’s own RI Self-Defense Center recently went above and beyond to help her with her battle. The center recently held … more
A few months ago, Enza Conte Slinko, a long-time hair stylist-beautician, changed careers. The Johnston resident became what her husband David Slinko – a veteran Johnston Police officer – … more
A new children’s book, Wimpy, written by local business owner and author Christina Rondeau, is now available. Wimpy is about a little boy who has no self-confidence. His parents are concerned … more
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