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By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston Democratic Town Committee - whose slogan reads, "e;Working Together, Winning Together"e; - held two pre-holiday happenings Monday night inside The Bridge at Cherry Hill. "e;Tonight, we are welcoming aboard four new members to the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo told the Sun Rise on Tuesday that he was feeling better" about the district's progress after seeing the Rhode Island Department of Education's 2019 accountability results and Star" more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Dist. 43 Rep. Deborah A. Fellela will have a primary challenger for the first time since 2014 this fall, as candidate Melinda Lopez has thrown her hat into the ring. Fellela last had to battle for the Democratic nomination six more
By PETE FONTAINE Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo once called the late Janice D. Acciardo Mele a true champion of children" upon her unexpected passing on April 16. That's just one reason why some 21 Johnston High School Student" more
By PAM SCHIFF In general terms, most people would consider it unlikely that a Catholic priest - much less one from Cranston - would be a contestant on any type of reality television show. However, Father Adam Young, pastor at St. Paul's Church in more
By PETE FONTAINE Richard D. "e;Rickey"e; Salzillo's legacy lives on. That's because once again - as has been the tradition since the late Johnston legend was killed in a tragic automobile accident back on Feb. 10, 1976 - upwards of 300 people showed up at more
Mayor Joseph Polisena has elaborated on comments he made to WPRO radio host Gene Valicenti last week regarding recent vandalism to the Christopher Columbus statue in Providence, calling the culprits … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Thornton Elementary School second-grade teacher Judy Maurano thought it was just a regular visit from Rhode Island Department of Education Commissioner Angelica Infante-Green, being filmed as she went from classroom to classroom on Oct. more
By JACOB MARROCCO Mayor Joseph Polisena and Department of Public Works Director Arnold Vecchione urged patience from residents as winter kicks into high gear and plows make their way down the town's streets. Polisena lauded Vecchione and his crew for more
The following collection features some of the top stories in Johnston from this past year. They can all be found and read in full at Polisena declines to join evergreen … more
The late Richard D. Salzillo – known as Rick, Ricky or Sal – passed away on Feb. 10, 1976 from injuries he sustained during a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer, but his memory has … more
By STEPHANIE BERNABA Editor's note: This is the first installment in an occasional series focused on the stories of female entrepreneurs in the Cranston area. Sitting across from Bianca Christofaro - the mastermind behind the bake shop Queen B's Cakery - more
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