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By JACOB MARROCCO The U.S. Department of Education's National Blue Ribbon Schools Program announced last week that Brown Avenue Elementary School is among three institutions in Rhode Island - and the first Johnston school since the 1990s - to receive the more
By PETE FONTAINE There will be lots of talent on display tonight, beginning promptly at 7 o'clock, inside Johnston High School's Auditorium. A total of 150 students, who specialize in a number of areas, will take part in the Music Department's annual more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and Town Planner Tom Deller offered updates on plans to end flooding issues on Belfield Drive during an interview at Town Hall on Tuesday morning. Polisena said the town initially received a quote of about more
By PETE FONTAINE There was lots of treating and absolutely no tricks Friday night at The Bridge at Cherry Hill. In fact, folks like Johnston Police Patrolman David Slinko would agree that The Bridge's annual Halloween happening is probably the safest more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Garden City Center, a decades-old fixture of the Ocean State's retail shopping scene, has been sold to a Massachusetts-based company. The transaction was announced this week in separate press releases from the purchaser, WS more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The two men have very different visions in terms of policy, but Mayor Allan Fung said he counts Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as a friend - and he sees him as an inspiration for members of minority communities that more
By ROB OATLEY The Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance, or FARA, held its 10th annual Race for Matt and Grace event on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Rhode Island College to celebrate a decade of research and treatment. Matt DiIorio - one of the namesakes of more
By JACOB MARROCCO Roughly a dozen representatives from Stop & Shop, GreenPrint, the Rhode Island Tree Council and the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce gathered Wednesday morning to kick off the supermarket's new Restore program, which is aimed more
By JACOB MARROCCO The St. Rocco Church's Christmas concert may take place after the holiday, but director of liturgical services and organist Christopher Caramello was quick to point out that the season is just beginning at that point. Caramello said more
The site originally eyed as the home of a proposed new elementary school could prove “cost prohibitive,” Superintendent of Schools Bernard DiLullo said Tuesday. DiLullo discussed the potential … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Historical Society President Elise Carlson was surprised to hear the latest breaking news out of the Sun Rise during a phone call last week. She was told the organization would be receiving a Champlin Foundation grant for more
By PETE FONTAINE Sometime around 2 p.m. Saturday, with a large crowd of children and their parents waiting as patiently as possible, the sound of the Okee's Old Fashioned Amusements train echoed through Johnston War Memorial Park. It carried Santa Claus, more
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