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Johnston Senior High School is hosting its annual summer blood drive on June 28, from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. The blood drive will take place in the school’s cafeteria. Our region is currently in a … more
Johnston expects to receive nearly $9 million in federal funding following the pandemic. How will the town spend the money? The short answer: three large garages and athletics field … more
The youngsters took turn breakdancing. They fed a hungry caterpillar. They used their little diplomas as telescopes. The Johnston State Pre-K classroom at Over the Rainbow Learning Center … more
Something super special happened last Thursday morning on Theresa Street in Johnston. When the nearly 400 students who attend Winsor Hill Elementary School — which was recently honored for … more
There are season openings of all kinds. Then there’s Walk with Cops. Walk with Cops? This is a special and time-honored tradition that began over a quarter century ago and has never … more
Tri-County Community Action Agency in Johnston has received $350,000 in funding for Health Center renovations and expansion from the Champlin Foundation. The foundation recently announced more … more
The new locations — at 993 Oaklawn Ave. in Cranston and 629 Killingly St. in Johnston — provide a convenient place for local residents and community members to drop off their gently-used … more
Alpha is just a puppy who is ready to find his very own forever family! He is sweet, playful and loving! Alpha is a mixed breed puppy with an adorable face and a black coat with white accents. Alpha … more
My name is Hercules and I'm the best boy! I have the biggest and best smile with a huge heart to match! Hercules is available for adoption at PAWS New England. He is a three year old Plott Hound, Pit … more
Many people will tell you that Johnston’s Winsor Hill Elementary School may have written “The Best Public School Story of the 2021-22 Academic Year.” As proof, Dr. Amy Burns … more
There was a time when a small mess of dandelions possessed the same potential as a patch of blooming roses. As a little Winsor Hill Elementary School pupil, Glorianna Crichlow sat in the grass … more
Perhaps the “Man in Black” summed it up best, when he sang his 1974 ballad “That Ragged Old Flag.” “So we raise her up every morning,” sang … more
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