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By KEVIN MOCLAIR The battle between progressives and moderate Democrats that defined the 2020 Rhode Island Senate primary elections carried into the nomination process for majority leader and president at the Providence Marriott on Friday evening, more
By ARDEN BASTIA The RI Promise scholarship has helped over 7,300 students, but the future of the program remains uncertain for the high school class of 2021. Meghan Hughes, president of the Community College of Rhode Island, wants to keep the doors of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Cranston resident Brooke van Eeghen is a major in the Air Force Reserves. She is organizing a ruck march-style event called "e;Carry The Fallen"e; for the charity Active Heroes, along with her friend Jeff Crowley, who is an Army veteran more
Johnston voters largely elected to keep incumbent Democrats in office this year, but the race for Rep. Stephen Ucci’s vacant Dist. 42 seat – representing Johnston and Cranston – is … more
Outside of a contentious House District 42 race headed toward a recount, there was little drama to be found at the polls in Johnston on Tuesday. State Rep. Deborah Fellela won another term at the … more
The challenge is on. The first came from Mayor Joseph Polisena, who as the town of Johnston’s long-serving top elected official has tackled numerous obstacles. Ramon Perez, state … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments.   POSSESSION   Patrolman Michael Schiappa and two other … more
Trunk or Treat will be back in Johnston next year. That’s what Joseph P. Razza announced early last Friday evening after the Johnston Police chief hosted what many people called “an … more
Festival Field, which is located off Lafayette Street in Johnston and plays home to the Our Lady of Grace Church’s famous La Madonna DiFesa Feast and Festival, had never before taken on a look … more
Every year Johnston High School holds a mock presidential election, and students have been an impeccable bellwether with recent predictions. In 2008, 2012, and 2016 Johnston students have … more
Deborah A. Fellela, who Tuesday was reelected to the District 43 seat in the Rhode Island House of Representatives, will tell you she’s not a musician but enjoys beating the drum for the … more
Free Craft and Activity Kits at Mohr   The Mohr Library is giving out free kits with children’s crafts and activities themed for fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving. Patrons can pick … more
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