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There is a children’s book by author P.D Eastman about a lost dog who goes from animal to animal asking, “Are you my mother?” It is supposed to be a matching activity, with the child looking at … more
Most moms would say that parenting is the best thing that ever happened to them even though it can be exhausting. For single mom, Bethany Linden, double that joy and the amount of work. After her … more
By PETE FONTAINE It's one of Governor Gina Raimondo's favorite events, a unique breakfast brunch that's only open to a select group of people. It's the annual Governor's Centenarian Brunch that was held last Thursday morning for the 41st time in as many more
By PETE FONTAINE Peter J. Lamb, who was sworn in as the Town of Johnston's new Fire Chief back on February 10, wants to meet you. Lamb, who took over as the JFD's number one firefighter when former Chief Timothy McLaughlin was named to the prestigious more
By PETE FONTAINE SADD - Students against Dangerous Decisions - is and always has been one of Johnston High School's treasured groups. For example, when it comes to helping the needy and putting food on people's table during the holidays, SADD has always more
Veterans Q & A The American Legion, Dodge-Goulais POST 29, 1108 Charles St. in North Providence is hosting a Veterans Q & A session with the Director of the RI Office of Veterans Affairs, Kasim Yarn on June 12, 2018, at 10:30 am in our legion hall. more
There was a rather unique pre-Mother's Day Party this week at the Little Angels Academy located at 415 Central Avenue in Johnston. Owner Carolyn Rinaldi said the messages from the pre-schoolers … more
On Friday, May 4, Ferri Middle School students participated in the 60th anniversary of Law Day and Rhode Island Independence Day.  Eighth-grade students learned first hand about the Separation of … more
By PETE FONTAINE A smashing success! That's what people were calling Saturday's 11th Annual Johnston Memorial Cancer Events Golf Tournament that attracted an extraordinary record field of 200 golfers to Connecticut National Golf Club in Putnam, Conn. more
By PETE FONTAINE Add the total of $2,590 to the amount of money George Lazzarreschi, Jr. - a.k.a. The Big Dog - raised to benefit Benjamin McDermott, an 11-year-old boy who battles a form of muscular dystrophy. That total came about when some 48 more
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