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Johnston officials dedicated a new memorial at War Memorial Park Wednesday morning. Christopher Correia, the town’s director of Recreational and Community Services, took the stage to switch … more
George M., a retired Sky Soldier, wore his black 173rd Airborne Brigade hat with pride, sitting as straight as he could in the first row of seats arranged in Johnston’s War Memorial … more
Johnston Mayor Joseph M. Polisena used part of his time at the lectern Wednesday morning to rail against elements of the Culture War. “I’m very concerned with the so-called cancel … more
Our ideas about the past are constantly changing. New evidence floats to the surface or is dug up after decades or eons. Observations of phenomena in the present open a new window into the past. From … more
This young boy has a sad story but we are hoping to find him a happy home! DJ was found outside fending for himself so he is a little shy but you can tell he wants to be loved. He will take some … more
The students of St. Rocco School in Johnston walked down the church isles holding photographs of veterans they loved. The solemn march of respect paid tribute to the men and women who serve the … more
You’re never too young to learn gratitude. The kindergarten classes at Johnston’s Sarah Dyer Barnes School packed bags of goodies and toiletries for veterans this week. “Each … more
Johnston Schools’ 2021 Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS) test results reveal concerning deficits, especially in mathematics, as students and staff emerge from the COVID-19 … more
Scribbles Academy in Johnston, owned by Sherri Charron, held a Trunk or Treat night Thursday. The preschool, at 678 Killingly St., in Johnston, welcomed families to the outdoor … 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
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the Johnston Police Department has started a food drive for Johnston’s own Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. Johnston Police are collecting canned and … more
Johnston Police Chief Joseph Razza and Deputy Chief Mark Viera got into the Halloween spirit last week with a visit to Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School in celebration of their Spirit Day. more
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