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The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. THREATS TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS On the evening of Jan. 10, Arthur Beaucage III, 61, 41 Lee St., Johnston, responded to Johnston Police more
By JACOB MARROCCO Chronic absenteeism rates among teachers in the town's school district last year were an aberration, Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo and Johnston Federation of Teachers President Kathy Kandzierski said during a joint more
By PETE FONTAINE They called her a tenacious fighter who had compassion and concern for everyone. They called her the best friend anyone could ever have. They called her a legend, a wonderful woman who would feed people in need and take them to a doctor more
By JACOB MARROCCO The American Heart Association is working to tackle a "e;surge in vaping"e; among students, and Johnston High School is just one of the institutions looking to help. Students Against Destructive Decisions, or SADD, president Sarah Monahan more
Celebration of suffrage In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Rhode Island General Assembly's ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the General Federation of Women's Clubs Rhode Island hosted a special program during its more
By JOHN HOWELL Food brings people together, and that's just what Florence Spenard and Ken Gilbert had in mind when they spoke with Chef Steven Versacci of the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center last year. And it was people that Versacci was more
Lawmakers host governor for State of the State address Gov. Gina M. Raimondo delivered her annual State of the State address to lawmakers, saying she is optimistic about the future, and that a bright future depends on making investments in education and more
The Community College of Rhode Island has announced George Hart as its new dean of library and academic innovation. Hart arrives at CCRI following a seven-year tenure as the director of libraries at UMass Lowell, where he prioritized student success and more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Carlon Howard has lived in Rhode Island for nearly a decade, although his roots lie in Georgia, hundreds of miles south of the Ocean State. In his adopted home, he sees a unique opportunity for change - a chance to "e;transform"e; a more
Trinity Repertory Company invites the public to nominate outstanding local artists for the 2020 Rhode Island Pell Awards for Excellence in the Arts. The Pell Awards' criteria include distinction in the artist's chosen field, work that significantly more
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island (Neighborhood), a not-for-profit health plan founded to serve Rhode Island's at-risk populations, this month capped off celebratory initiatives around its 25th anniversary with an open house at its new offices in more
The Council Round-up is a digest of licenses, appointments and other proceedings from the Johnston Town Council's Jan. 13 meeting. LICENSES The council approved, 4-0, a business operating license for Chewbarka, located at 165 Dyerville Ave., unit No. 2. more
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