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By PETE FONTAINE If last Friday night's first-ever Wreaths across America Wine & Beer Tasting Event offers any measuring stick, organizers and sponsors may have to look for another venue. For starters, upwards of 150 people came to the famed more
By PETE FONTAINE Panther Pride peaked at a current all-time high Sunday afternoon inside Johnston High School's famed Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium. Some 30 people, all of whom have so proudly worn the Columbia blue and white from the 1960s to the 2000s more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Cross country teams from all throughout Rhode Island made the trip to Ponaganset last weekend to compete in the 2019 Class Championships, which determine the placings for this week's upcoming state championship. The Cranston West boys more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Johnston Youth Football 9U Panthers recently completed their regular season with a perfect 8-0 record, topping teams by an average margin of victory of 20 points per game. Much of this year's club was part of last year's 8U squad more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Panthers were blanked 4-0 by the Pilgrim Patriots during a Division III boys soccer matchup at Johnston High School on Friday afternoon. Pilgrim used two goals apiece from Dan Peixinho and Aaron Ramos to earn the win. The Panthers more
The Johnston girls volleyball team held its first annual Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. The girls decked out the gym in pink and passed out roses to the special women in their lives. They … more
By PETE FONTAINE If you like buying raffle tickets to win valuable prizes like liquor baskets and a Yeti cooler, plan on being at the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 on Plainfield Pike tomorrow night between 7 and 9 o'clock. If you enjoy helping veterans more
By PETE FONTAINE During his younger years on Cherry Hill, Normand Paquin was a second team selection in football and basketball in the 1995 and '96 seasons but he was a first-teamer in outdoor track back in '96. But when it came to fighting to maintain more
Wreaths Across America, which men like Mike Calenda will tell you “has become the world’s largest veteran’s parade,” is looking for your help. On Friday, Oct. 25, Calenda, who is a former … more
By PETE FONTAINE David Taraborelli, many Panther people will attest, is steeped with as much history as Johnston High School's storied sports programs. For starters, Taraborelli was a starter and key player for the first-ever JHS team to win a Rhode more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Johnston football team fell to visiting Lincoln 59-30 last week during its homecoming celebration at JHS. The clubs were tied at 14-14 after one quarter of play, but the Lions would score 31 points in the second quarter to put the more
By. G.A. Zanni At 4-2, the 12U Johnston Panthers began to take on a personality and identity of their own. No, it wasn't cockiness or arrogance, it was faith in each other and in their coaches. The camaraderie that had begun to build on and off the field more
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