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Dylan Conley said he learned some valuable lessons during his first political campaign this year, leaving the door open for another run at the Second Congressional District seat for which James … more
Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo said that the district plans to keep schools open as long as possible, but “the feeling is at some point we’re going to hit a brick … more
A “two-week pause” that involves new restrictions on social gatherings, dining and commercial activity will begin Nov. 30, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Thursday – a move she framed … more
Lt. Gov. Daniel J. McKee couldn’t have picked a better place to stop on his Restore RI Small Business Grant Tour than Johnston. As Mayor Joseph Polisena has said repeatedly through the … more
ATTEMPTED B&E   Patrolman Thomas Santurri and members of the third watch respond to Burger King at 9 Putnam Ave. on the morning of Oct. 30 for a report of a breaking and entering in … more
The Johnston Senior High School Student Council is holding a blood drive on Nov. 25. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Johnston Senior Center. Blood donations are by appointment and can … more
This November, revisit the local landmarks, cultural hotspots, and untold histories that make Rhode Island such a colorful place to live. In a special two-day marathon, Rhode Island PBS embarks on a … more
Tri-County Community Action Agency has been awarded grant funding from the Rhode Island Department of Health to establish and operate a Health Equity Zone (HEZ) for the towns of North Providence, … more
Zoom-ba coming soon The MS Dream Center will offer a virtual Chair Zoom-ba Program sponsored by Maguire Disability Law with the class being instructed by Michelle Calise. Starting Nov. 16, … more
Considering how the personal is the political, the biggest change from Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello to his anticipated successor, Joe Shekarchi, is the difference in their personalities. During an interview at The Public's Radio last more
A dazzling legacy Rita L. Palombo was a shining light and symbol of perseverance and determination to those who loved her. Palombo grew up in Knightsville and would go on to raise four children while working evenings and eventually earning a bachelor's more
By ARDEN BASTIA With hospitals close to reaching their capacity to treat COVID-19 patients, the news media was given a tour on Friday of the Cranston field hospital, a place where the people who built it never want it to open. Accommodations are sparse. more
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