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On Sunday morning, Veterans Day, the plaque dedicated on Veterans Day, 1980 in memory of LTJG Edward B. Shaw, mounted on a rock near Saint Mark Church in Garden City, was discovered missing. more
State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS) has announced the organization's new officers for 2019. Christopher Whitten of Premeer Real Estate in Johnston has been elected president of the real estate data exchange service. Other new officers include more
Veterans Assembled electronics (VAe(r)), a Rhode Island service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOB), has for several years been training only service disabled veterans as electronics technicians in Rhode Island through its accelerated Skills Training more
By TIM FORSBERG Rhode Islanders suffering from mental health issues or substance abuse, or who have family members, friends or co-workers living through a behavioral health crisis, now have a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week hotline and triage center to more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police, and other departments. VANDALISM On November 2 around 6 a.m., Officer Jared DeAngelis responded to a Greenville Avenue address for a report of vandalism to more
Three of the seven 3-megawatt wind turbines being erected off Plainfield Pike by Green Development are up and standing - including this one disappearing into Tuesday morning's fog - with work being done on towers for the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Holiday Bazaar at St. Bellarmine Church The 11th Annual Holiday Bazaar will be held on Nov. 10 at St. Robert Bellarmine Church Hall (2804 Atwood Ave. in Johnston) from noon to 4:30 p.m. and 6:15 to 8 p.m. Among the many booths will be more
By PETE FONTAINE The rather unique two-sided invitation featured a red fireworks explosion, white stars on a dark blue card and read: Donna is 60! Let's party!" Even the flip-side featured a photo surrounded by those same red explosion-like lines and a" more
By PETE FONTAINE It's regarded as one of the most important sporting events of the year. It's a unique game that requires a certain amount of skill as well as luck. It's entitled the Fire Bowl, a flag football game featuring the Johnston Fire Fighters more
By TIM FORSBERG Neither rain, nor driving winds, nor giant puddles could keep the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of Pack and Troop 20 from doing their biggest good deed of the year. For the past 31 years, Johnston's Scouts have been prepared to help those in more
By TIM FORSBERG The state's top Democrats flocked to Johnston in droves on Election Day Eve in an attempt to deliver their message one last time before voters head to the polls. Their results on Election Day were definitely positive for local candidates, more
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