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Thirty-eight years ago, Albert (Butch) Guevremont and his brother Ben began Roll-A-Way Disposal. “We started with $10,000 and an old truck that probably shouldn’t have even been on the … more
In an all-out effort to continue one of Rhode Island’s oldest and most successful fundraising events, organizers of the ageless Ricky Salzillo Memorial Game Dinner have announced some strict … more
It’s difficult to gain 1.6 million TikTok followers, however it’s debatably even tougher to beat out 50,000 people for a spot on a nationally televised cooking show. Johnston native Gary … more
If the appreciative audience of 250-plus people who took in the Johnston High School Music Department’s 2021 Christmas Concert closed their eyes, they probably could have envisioned sitting … more
On the same morning Rhode Island Emergency Management Executive Administrator Tom Guthlein gave a presentation to the Warwick Rotary Club, RIEMA was coordinating the passage of a LPG (liquefied … more
Rocky Point Park fondly remembered as an amusement park where rides of all kinds from bumper cars to the flume made for thrills will now make the automobile history books. Last week Hemmings Motor … more
It’s Sunday and time for George Shuster, Chris Lee, Stuart Malone, Dennis Demers and at least a half dozen more people to get out their suits. The suits aren’t easy to put on or to … more
WANTED: Anyone who enjoys holiday gift-giving, merry music, fantastic food and drink specials. If so, plan on going to Strings Bar and Grill located at 193 George Waterman Road in Johnston on … more
Jamie Boblitt used to walk Jack and Freckles on Bellman Avenue in Conimicut. When he decided if he was really serious about hiking the Appalachian Trail, a 2,168-mile trek from Springer Mountain in … more
PINKED OUT: Scribbles Academy, at 678 Killingly St., in Johnston held a “Pink Out” day recently. The daycare encouraged students and staff to wear pink to help raise breast cancer … more
John Reis walked into the craft room at the Johnston Senior Center and set his eyes on a pile of handmade quilts. He reached out to touch a blanket decorated with images of heavy earth-moving … more
Music in the 1920s and 30s spread through new technologies, such as network radio and audio recording, that helped make musicians into national or international stars. Though many listened to the … more
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