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DOWNHILL * *  (Dark, depressing family soap opera) This dark, depressing family soap opera goes downhill quite rapidly. Choosing two comedians to play serious roles is a strange choice … more
THE PHOTOGRAPH * * ½ (Love story) It is encouraging that Hollywood opened at least one love story for Valentine's Day. The Photograph stars two good-looking actors (Issa Rae and … more
I will admit to having a slight interest in gambling. It started when I was a younger adult always on the lookout for activities to do with my brother who was multiply disabled. Conway Tours ran a trip to Foxwoods for a mere $10, which was a huge bargain more
Harmony Heritage chorus, a Southern New England chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will perform "e;A Celebration of Harmony"e; on Sunday, February 23 at more
By KYLE TRACY The Northmen from North Smithfield took a trip to Johnston on Tuesday, where they were set to face off against the Johnston High School Panthers on their senior night. Johnston dominated from start to finish, pulling of the 67-37 win. The more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Johnston girls basketball team picked up back-to-back wins, topping Wheeler 55-49 last week at home then Barrington 52-43 on the road. The win against Wheeler clinched a Division I playoff berth. The Lady Panthers won a thriller more
By PETE FONTAINE At its peak, the Johnston Little League - one of Rhode Island's most storied youth baseball programs - was made up of 350-plus players who were assigned to 26 teams. Last year, the JLL - which will open its 58th season at famed Kenney more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The RIIL indoor track and field state championships were held last weekend at the Providence Career & Technical Academy, and a handful of locals made some noise. Johnston's top performer was Lala Olagundoye, who finished the day with more
The Johnston girls basketball team honored 2019 graduate Gabby DiRaimo last week by officially adding her name to the banner containing the names of the program's 1,000-point scorers in the school's gymnasium. Friends, family and former coaches attended more
By PETE FONTAINE Neither Jayme DeCesare nor her proud parents David and Joann DeCesare of Johnston were born when Words Unlimited, the state's long-time association of sportswriter and sportscasters, held its fist-ever state awards dinner 74 years ago in more
Quarter Auction On Sunday, Feb. 16, the Kempe family held a Quarter Auction at Spirito's Restaurant, located in the Kelley-Gazzarro VFW Post 2812 located on Plainfield Pike in Cranston. Roughly 100 people took part in the event, and all proceeds will more
History Notes is a biweekly entry in the Sun Rise that features a passage from the Johnston Historical Society. This week's story comes from March 2008. By By LOUIS McGOWAN On Saturday, Jan. 12, 2008, Dan Brown and I did little exploring at one old more
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