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The students at McGuire Elementary School in Johnston got a treat last week, as New England Patriots offensive lineman Ted Karras and Patriots cheerleader Ashlee Bourque made an appearance as part of their Read Between the Lines campaign. Karras and more
By PETE FONTAINE Judge James E. Dooley, one of New England's great early sports entrepreneurs and a long-time Johnston resident, is one of 10 distinguished people who have been elected to the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Dooley was more
By PETE FONTAINE Back when the Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School girls' basketball team closed out its season vs. area-rival Scituate, there were lots of super smiles and embraces by the players and coaches on both squads. One reason, in particular, was as more
By PETE FONTAINE Bangkok Republik, a small Thai eatery located at 1357 Hartford Avenue in Johnston, has some new hardware. It's a spiffy sponsor's trophy Dan Salvatore recently accepted on behalf of the ownership after coaching Bangkok Republik - which more
After winning consecutive Division II State Championships, the Johnston girls basketball team made the move up to Division I this past season and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament. Although the Panthers faced an uptick in competition, they more
The Interscholastic Equestrian Association's Zone 1 Finals will be held in West Springfield, MA this weekend, and local teams like the one from Willow Brook Farm in Lincoln are hoping to make some noise. Zone 1 features teams from the New England states, more
Sunday night at the Crown Plaza in Warwick, Cranston resident and longtime Cranston High School East teacher and boys basketball Coach Rick Harris was inducted into the Rhode Island Basketball Coaches Association Hall Of Fame at their annual banquet for more
David DelFino, his peers and players’ parents will tell you, “is a young coach on the rise.” However, Andrea Spaziante – the popular principal at Immaculate Conception Regional Catholic … more
By PETE FONTAINE Add the names Preston Marchesseault and Joe Castellone to the ever-growing list of Johnston youth athletes who are making quite the name for themselves on the Rhode Island and New England wrestling mat. For starters, Castellone and more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Johnston Panthers unified basketball squad was handled by the Rhode Island School for the Deaf Roosters 42-27 last Wednesday during their showcase game in Johnston. Despite the loss, Panthers head coach Amanda Areson felt her squad more
By PETE FONTAINE Remember Paul Robitaille? Back in 2015, his senior season on Cherry Hill, Robitaille was a member of Johnston High School's football Panthers whose talents were utilized on the defensive side of the field. Paul started his schoolboy" more
By PETE FONTAINE They are located just a block or five apart - 4.2-miles to be precise - and sometimes referred to as Neighborhood Rivals" especially when it comes to basketball and the well-organized Catholic Athletic League. They are two parochial" more
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