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“This is absolutely an amazing collection,” Raymond Denisewich, a service officer with the VFW Department of Rhode Island, observed Sunday while manning a special booth inside Johnston War … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Public health officials are warning residents that the buzz around Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus is not simply being drummed up or exaggerated - and they've taken to the skies to prove it. It's definitely not a media" more
By JACOB MARROCCO "e;The microcosm that it represents is incredible, it makes your brain want to explode,"e; said Jillian Butler, director of the Wavemaker Fellowship at the Rhode Island Commerce Corp. Butler has led the Wavemaker program since its inception more
A Johnston firefighter was killed Tuesday in a motorcycle crash in Cranston. Johnston Fire Chief Peter Lamb confirmed Wednesday that the department’s Richard Gemma, 45, died in the … more
Rhode Island Department of Education Commissioner Angelica Infante-Green paid a visit to Ferri Middle School Monday for an announcement that was kept under wraps for days. more
By JACOB MARROCCO Chronic absenteeism rates among teachers in the town's school district last year were an aberration, Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo and Johnston Federation of Teachers President Kathy Kandzierski said during a joint more
By PETE FONTAINE They called her a tenacious fighter who had compassion and concern for everyone. They called her the best friend anyone could ever have. They called her a legend, a wonderful woman who would feed people in need and take them to a doctor more
By PETE FONTAINE Local dignitaries and family members gathered Saturday to remember a special person who Mayor Joseph Polisena declared "e;was the quintessential public servant."e; After the sudden April passing of Janice D. Mele, the mayor's son - District more
By JACOB MARROCCO The American Heart Association is working to tackle a "e;surge in vaping"e; among students, and Johnston High School is just one of the institutions looking to help. Students Against Destructive Decisions, or SADD, president Sarah Monahan more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Johnston Town Council unanimously approved a zone change for Encompass Health Corporation during its Dec. 9 meeting, as the Birmingham-based company looks to make a $42 million investment in the town. Encompass plans to open a 24/7 more
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