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John DeLeo has been a resident of Johnston since 1964, when he moved there with his wife and five children. His daughter Janet has published a book about his amazing life. The book is entitled … more
Mayor Joseph Polisena and the Johnston Town Council expressed concern Monday over a potential Airbnb in town, continuing the conversation until the board’s January meeting. Polisena … more
Independent candidate for Town Council James Florio Jr. said he isn’t ruling out a run for mayor or another shot at District 5 in two years, the Sun Rise learned in a recent … more
North Providence resident Jonét Nichelle competed in the Miss USA 2020 competition this past week in Memphis, Tennessee, joining winners from across the country as they each sought the crown. … more
With October behind us and November underway, Johnston High School’s Student Council and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) groups are getting into the swing of things this school … more
Anthony Abbruzzi and his daughter, Victoria, took a brief moment to pose for a photo while campaigning for District 5 Councilman Robert Civetti last Tuesday at Local 57. Civetti defeated independent … more
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island (Neighborhood) has announced it signed a three-year extension with the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Rhode Island … more
Police badges to honor veterans   In support of veterans and their service to the country, officers of the Johnston Police Department will soon wear a new patch to honor their dedication … more
The latest warning came as Rhode Island, for the third consecutive day, set a single-day record in the number of new COVID-19 cases reported by the Department of Health. more
In the end, Democrat Joe Biden scored a big win over Republican Donald Trump in Rhode Island, with 59.1 percent of the vote, compared with 38.9 percent for Trump. Despite the pandemic, Rhode Island smashed the previous record for voting, with an more
By URI COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING The transition from life in the military to life on a university campus can be challenging even in the best of times. A regimented schedule may give way to one that is a bit more flexible - but for many student more
By JOHN HOWELL Joe doesn't say no. Well, not at first. It's that way of doing things that earned Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi the trust of his colleagues within two days of the election to select him as the next speaker of the House. Within 48 hours of the more
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