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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
As part of a statewide initiative spurred by federal requirements, motorists will soon see new exit numbers along routes 10 and 37. Charles St. Martin, spokesman for the Rhode Island Department of … 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 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
Strings Bar and Grill, which is located at 233 George Waterman Road in Johnston, will look to turn its fundraising efforts up to 11 this Saturday at 7 p.m. Owner Stephanie Harris is hoping to help … more
A Johnston staple celebrated a “marvelous milestone” this past Saturday at Our Lady of Grace Church. The Rev. Peter J. Gower officially marked his 35th anniversary in the priesthood, and there … more
By JOHN HOWELL Steve Pappas of Warwick knew what to expect, but it was no less meaningful. He was fighting back the tears. It was a first for Erica Crossman of Cranston, and her excitement - and that of Isaac, who would soon be her son -radiated 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 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
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 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
The noted slogan “it’s always special at The Bridge at Cherry Hill” was again upheld – perhaps more than ever – Monday during an emotional ceremony in Johnston. Many of the assisted … more
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