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“This is major league news.” That is how Stephen Salloway, MD, MS, director of neurology and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, termed Wednesday the announcement that Biogen … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The results for last year's RICAS assessments have been released by the Rhode Island Department of Education. The second year of the RICAS exam - a test for students in grades 3-8 which is modeled after the standard-bearing MCAS in more
By JACOB MARROCCO When Liz Catucci got the call, it didn't seem real to her. She was leaving the country with her family to go visit her husband's native Italy for a few days when she picked up to hear about her prospects for the president and CEO more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston High School's Homecoming has never been bigger or better than it was Saturday. Despite the day's chilly temperatures, there were many memorable and crowning moments for members of all four classes, as well as the alumni and more
“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
First Sgt. Felix Marinelli Jr. had one humble request during his Oct. 1 interview with the Sun Rise, gesturing toward the reporter with his fingers opened slightly more than a pinch. “Short … 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
By JOHN HOWELL Two years in the making, the president, principal and members of the Bishop Hendricken High School faculty outlined to a group of community leaders Friday morning dramatic changes in the school curriculum aimed at giving students an edge more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In the midst of historic politically polarizing times nationally, Rhode Island is nearing a battle that could pose a serious challenge to its incumbent, dominant Democratic Party. There are no signs to indicate that challenge is coming more
By JACOB MARROCCO The U.S. Department of Education's National Blue Ribbon Schools Program announced last week that Brown Avenue Elementary School is among three institutions in Rhode Island - and the first Johnston school since the 1990s - to receive the more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Johnston Planning Board unanimously approved the site plan pre-application review for a proposed Green Development solar array off Scituate Avenue during its meeting at the Johnston Senior Center on Tuesday night. The debate lasted more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and Town Planner Tom Deller offered updates on plans to end flooding issues on Belfield Drive during an interview at Town Hall on Tuesday morning. Polisena said the town initially received a quote of about more
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