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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 JOHN HOWELL Rhode Island Department of Human Services Director Courtney Hawkins made pizza last week. This wasn't edible pizza, although it did look tempting, and Hawkins did more supervising that making. How about the triangle?" she asked of the" more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena provided extended comments on the recent Rhode Island Superior Court decision to uphold the town's deal with Invenergy during an interview with the Sun Rise on Tuesday. The 20-year, $18-million agreement more
By PETE FONTAINE Superheroes turned out by the dozens Saturday morning at Johnston War Memorial Park. They included Jesse Principe, 14, an eighth-grader at John F. Deering Middle School in West Warwick, and Sarah Quaratella, 26, who were the first male more
By JACOB MARROCCO Two key members of the Johnston political community are split on the “evergreen” contracts bill that passed the full Rhode Island House of Representatives and Senate Labor … more
By PETE FONTAINE The recently renovated banquet room inside the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 has never been filled with as much love, fine food and fellowship as there was last Thursday night. The event was presented by the Johnston Association of more
By JOHN HOWELL With the debate heating up over whether Rhode Islanders come out ahead or fall behind with acquisition of Care New England by Partners HealthCare, both CNE and Lifespan have launched websites outlining their points of view. Yesterday, CNE more
By JOHN HOWELL It takes an hour, and often a bit longer, to travel by train from Providence to Boston. Peter Alviti, director of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, would like to cut that time in half. He thinks that possible, although it's more
By JACOB MARROCCO Janice Mele, chairwoman of the School Committee and a fixture in the Johnston education community for decades, passed away unexpectedly last week at 69. Johnston Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bernard DiLullo and Assistant more
By JACOB MARROCCO and DANIEL KITTREDGE The town's agreement with Invenergy to sell water for use in the operations of a planned power plant in Burrillville has been upheld in Superior Court. Judge Michael A. Silverstein found that the 20-year, more than more
By JACOB MARROCCO Rhode Island Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti used the Plainfield Pike bridges in Johnston as a backdrop this past Friday as he kicked off the 2019 construction season, announcing 77 active projects with a cost of more
Several local municipal leaders gathered at the State House Library on Monday afternoon to voice bipartisan opposition to the so-called “evergreen” contracts bill, which overwhelmingly passed the … more
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