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By PETE FONTAINE Few fundraising events, if any, rival the 43rd Richard D. Salzillo Memorial Game Dinner, which will take over Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 on Sunday, Jan. 26, beginning at noon. The brothers Spirito - Greg and Dave, who own and operate more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena is warning those who are delinquent on their sewer maintenance fees that their homes could be up for tax sale as soon as February. During an interview with the Sun Rise on the morning of Sept. 17, Polisena more
The letters “ECC” could mean much more in Johnston than Early Childhood Center. For example, when it comes to events like last Wednesday evening’s annual Pumpkin Painting Night, ECC could … more
By PETE FONTAINE It has been said through the years - nine decades and counting - that Our Lady of Grace Church has one of the largest Italian kitchens in the state. Moreover, proud parishioners like Carol Cambio and Joe Quartino, just to name a few, more
By JOHN HOWELL Rhode Island and the rest of southern New England appear set to avoid the worst potential effects of Hurricane Dorian, although local officials continue to monitor the storm and prepare for the possibility of high winds and other severe more
By PETE FONTAINE To say that Kristy Pistacchio doesn't mind being second would be an understatement. For Pistacchio, who manages the Walgreens store at the intersection of Plainfield Street and Atwood Avenue in Johnston, it's all about helping to lift more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston is poised to put 280 pieces of property - predominantly homes - up for sewer tax sale on March 12, but those who are delinquent on their fees still have time to pay. Mayor Joseph Polisena and Deputy Tax Collector Bethany more
By JACOB MARROCCO Persistence paid off for Ferri Middle School student Daniel Wulf. While his civics class was studying the founding fathers, the Constitution and the differences between a congressman and a senator, they wanted to hear directly from the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston High School technical education teacher Thom Milligan wants to continue expanding his department's already substantial programming, and the Champlin Foundation is there to lend a hand. Johnston High was recently awarded a more
By PETE FONTAINE Love was the theme recently inside St. Rocco's School in Johnston. Principal Lorraine S. Moschella told a large crowd inside the Children's Library, as well as those people standing in the first floor corridor, that everyone loved Kay. more
By PETE FONTAINE Many of the vehicles that pulled into the parking lot at 1500 Oaklawn Ave. in Cranston Sunday visited Macera's Italian Restaurant for more than soup and sauce. Some 40 women filled the main dining room inside the famed eatery to fight more
By PETE FONTAINE It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, all around the town. That was the case Saturday when the Johnston High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization transformed the cafeteria into a Winter Wonderland, courtesy of eight more
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