NEWS
Santilli remembered as fixture of senior community
Mildred “Millie” Santilli, assistant director of the Johnston Senior Center and a dedicated advocate for those she served, …
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Honoring their sacrifice
Operation Stand Down Rhode Island’s Boots on the Ground for Heroes Memorial is making its full return to Fort Adams State Park …
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JHS music department aims to pad fundraising numbers with mattress sale
Jason Glander, a respected executive with a national fundraising company, has the perfect solution for people seeking a batter …
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Pastor answers call to crush COVID-19
A man of faith who is also dedicated to the pursuit of science recently helped Johnston residents most vulnerable to the effects of …
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JHS ready to roll out modified Homecoming
Panther Pride has never shined brighter than it will Monday night, April 12, inside Mayor Joseph M. Polisena Stadium. “This …
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NW Links raises hundreds for RI Community Food Bank
The tea lights that were placed on marble-top tables provided soft, glimmering lighting inside a speakeasy-like setting that featured …
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BigsRI strengthens partnership with North Providence
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island (BigsRI) and the town of North Providence have had a long-standing partnership to help keep …
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Sun Rise Scoops
Easter Bunny to visit Johnston   The Easter Bunny will visit Johnston on Saturday, April 13, at Johnston Senior Services …
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Animal Talk
Make everyday in your home a Sunny day!! Meet Sunny, she's young just a year old and very shy. She will need an adult only home and …
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SBA's Hayward cautiously says small businesses coming out of the woods
Mark Hayward, district director of the Small Business Administration, was ready to retire last year after serving the agency for 40 …
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She’s leading charge to stop medical waste facility
Not until she learned of a proposal to operate a medical waste facility on Division Street in West Warwick did Denise Lopez hear of …
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The rise of Sabina Matos
When Sabina Matos won election as president of the Providence City Council in 2019, it was impossible to know that she’d win the …
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