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RI Bakes for Breast Cancer Three Cranston restaurants are taking part in Bakes for Breast Cancer. They have each designated an item on their menu where 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the organization, benefiting cancer research. In Cranston, the more
By JOHN HOWELL The black-and-white photo shows a group of men dressed in suits and ties standing in a line, smiling for the camera for what clearly is an important occasion. It was taken in July 1970. Since then, millions of people have walked where they more
Wednesday, Oct. 7, was national Coffee with a Cop Day, and town residents enjoyed a cup of their favorite brew and casual conversations with some of Johnston's finest at Brewed Awakenings. Established in 2011 in California, Coffee with A Cop is designed more
By LALA OLAGUNDOYE Johnston Senior High School Student Council members Lala Olagundoye, Josephine Olagundoye and Nick Petrillo painted paw prints on the school entryway for the start of year on Sept. 23. The paw prints are 6 feet apart and run across more
By JACOB MARROCCO House District 42 will soon have a new representative for the first time in more than 16 years, and Democrat Edward Cardillo Jr. is looking to bring the same philosophy as the seat's previous occupant. Stephen Ucci, who had represented more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. STOLEN VEHICLE Patrolmen Kevin Lyons and Matthew Parkinson responded to the area of Myrtle Avenue on the morning of Sept. 25 for a more
By PETE FONTAINE Jennifer Ramage and some students at Johnston's Early Childhood Center could be on their way to a record-setting year for the annual Feinstein Good Deeds Program. "e;Due to the pandemic,"e; as Ramage - who doubles as an ECC teacher and more
More than 50 tow trucks formed a procession at Nardolillo Funeral Home in Cranston to remember the life of Charles Jepson Jr., a Johnston native who passed away last week at 57 years old. Jepson was a staple in the tow truck more
By JOHN HOWELL What does a pandemic, a golf tournament, retired Police Chief Richard Tamburini, a lot of the chief's generous friends and town businesses have to do with dreams of a career in finance or child care? A lot was the answer a group of law more
Christina Rondeau, owner of Rondeau's Kickboxing, has opened a second location in Johnston, at 1408 Atwood Ave. The Atwood Avenue location has even more to offer with an indoor boxing ring, massages, a separate weight room and Reiki. These are on top of more
The Council Roundup is a digest of licenses, ordinances and other matters from the Oct. 13 Johnston Town Council meeting. District 5 Councilman Robert Civetti was not present because of a prior commitment. COPPERFIELD'S On a 4-0 vote, the Town Council more
Republican congressional candidate Robert Lancia spent most of last Thursday afternoon on the campaign trail. Lancia knocked on doors in Johnston for a few hours with several other Republican candidates on the ballot - his more
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