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Morgan Plouffe, a Johnston resident and sophomore attending Moses Brown School, was one of only 102 high school student athletes nationally selected to the NHSCA Academic All American team. Plouffe competes in the sports of softball, basketball and more
The Orioles and Pirates of the Johnston Little League Majors battled last weekend at Kennedy field, and the Orioles came out victorious with a 10-0 win. Here are some photos of the action: more
The American Heart Association|American Stroke Association recently announced the date and event chair for its annual Southern New England Heart Walk. The 2018 Southern New England Heart Walk will take place on Saturday, May 19 at UMASS Dartmouth and on more
The East Providence Townies scored five runs in the top of the fifth inning to come back and beat the Johnston Panthers 8-4 on Tuesday evening at Johnston Memorial Park. East Providence senior Ben … more
My name is Alex Sponseller and I am the new sports editor at Beacon Communications. I am originally from Worcester, Massachusetts and earned my degree in journalism at Worcester State University in 2015. I then headed north to Biddeford, Maine as a more
Flags carried with precision by the military-like marching Johnston Police Color Guard were somewhat out-stretched Saturday morning, courtesy of a slight breeze that swept across sun-covered and … more
Every year about this time, the Johnston Parks and Recreation Department holds an event that provides many memories for dozens of children and their family members as well. It’s called the … more
If your son or daughter missed last weekend's sign-up sessions to participate in the 2018 Johnston Youth Football group's gridiron and cheerleading programs, officials are still accepting registrations. President Gary Salzillo, who heads more
Cranston East junior attacker Brennan Haid scored seven goals to lead the Thunderbolts boys’ lacrosse team past by the Johnston Panthers 11-8 on Friday afternoon at Cranston Stadium. East’s … more
By PETE FONTAINE Since its establishment in 1970, the Johnston Youth Football and Cheerleading organization has developed into a valuable and champion caliber program for boys and girls ages 5 to 13. The group's goal, as long-serving President Gary more
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