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A Rocky Point he never knew, but loves Rocky Point was on the way out before Sean McCarthy was born, but that hasn't stopped him from becoming what could arguably be one of the amusement park's greatest fans. McCarthy has an extensive collection of park more
In 2017, Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England celebrated the 100th anniversary of the first known instance of Girl Scouts selling cookies with their debut event Cookies & Cocktails. The celebration was such a hit, GSSNE is now in their third year of more
With the deadline to file 2018 individual income tax returns a short two months away, United Way of Rhode Island is reminding Rhode Islanders they may be eligible to have their federal and state taxes prepared for free. The assistance is provided through more
By MIA RAGOSTA Valentine's Day, a celebration often symbolized by hearts, has a much more important meaning - heart health - among students at Johnston Senior High School. In order to raise money for the American Heart Association, an organization which more
Snow, snow, go away – and don’t come back another day, either. “At least not until we’ve completed our winter sports season,” Keith Cory, the athletic director at Johnston High School, … more
Seniors High Honors: Haya Abaherah, Nicholas Abreu, Alyssa Audino, Jason Briggs, Linda Carrascoza, Robert Civetti, Sophia DaCosta, Ivan Fernandez, Jonathan Frein, Leonardo Garofalo, Kaylee Lameiro, Kayleena Lariviere, Malorie Magnone, Yovanny Ovalles, more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT On Feb. 5 at approximately 6:20 p.m., Detective James Seymore was on an assigned detail at the Tri Town Community Health building on Hartford Avenue. He was standing outside of the building in the area of the crosswalk when he observed more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Academic Decathlon looking for volunteers Rhode Island Academic Decathlon is actively recruiting volunteers for their Sunday, March 10, 2019 state competition. Volunteers evaluate the speech and interview skills of high school students more
By PETE FONTAINE Joanne Taylor couldn't help but show her excitement during Saturday's Johnston School Music Association's Mattress Sale fundraiser. Taylor - a representative of Custom Fundraising Solutions, or CFS, which offers discounts on name-brand more
By PETE FONTAINE Once a year, the Johnston High School's cafeteria serves as the backdrop for the next generation of science projects. Last Thursday, a total of 143 students - from freshmen to seniors - entered the school's annual Science Fair with more
By PETE FONTAINE The community's spirit of giving was on display Saturday night inside Town Hall Lanes during the Panthers for a Cure Cosmic Rock-N-Bowl event to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Rhode Island. People all ages showed up at the more
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