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By JACOB MARROCCO District 3 Town Councilman Joseph Polisena Jr.'s political involvement began with pretzels and soda. He was only 5 years old when his father, then-state Sen. Joseph Polisena, would take him up to the State House for sessions. It more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Schools Superintendent Dr. Bernard DiLullo said conversations are continuing regarding potential elementary school consolidation, with a focus toward submitting a proposal to the Rhode Island Department of Education in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston resident Stephanie Buono had a healthy and active life. She frequently took part in fundraising events to support a variety of causes. Then, after a serious car accident several years ago, a chiropractor found some troubling more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Grieco Community Cat Care Center is looking to make strides in helping reduce the number of cats loose in Rhode Island communities. The center, which plans to open later this month, will house divisions of Scruffy Paws Animal more
By JACOB MARROCCO District 3 Town Councilman Joseph Polisena Jr. perhaps said it best Monday night when he told Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School eighth-graders that their awards night was to celebrate something earned, not given. The students and their more
By PETE FONTAINE The 19th edition of National Night Out is shaping up to be the biggest and best since the Johnston Police Department began hosting the Neighborhood Crime Watch program back in 2000. The event is held each year to enhance the" more
By JACOB MARROCCO Department budget meetings are ongoing and it remains uncertain whether the coming fiscal year will bring a potential tax increase, Mayor Joseph Polisena said during an interview Tuesday morning with the Sun Rise. Polisena said that the more
“Let’s pray the weather forecasters are correct,” John Ricci, the long serving co-chairman of the Saint Rocco’s Church Feast and Festival, said Tuesday night. “Let’s keep our fingers … more
With a large group of protesters filling the State House rotunda on Tuesday afternoon, one holding a sign comparing abortions to the mass killings of Adolf Hitler and others chanting religious hymns … more
By JOHN HOWELL Confronting Alzheimer's disease is a daunting proposition. Marc Archambault, who is in the early stages of the disease, illustrated a good measure of courage Tuesday when he stood before about 100 people at the State House to tell his more
By JACOB MARROCCO It was an unusually frigid day for spring, but dozens of workers from the Stop & Shop on Atwood Avenue in Johnston preferred the elements to the inside of their store on Friday morning. Paul Scorpio and Maryann Teolis, stewards more
It's a proposal with enormous implications for the future of Rhode Island's health care landscape - and those high stakes have been made clear during an ongoing public relations battle between the major players. Care New England's planned more
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