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By MERI R. KENNEDY Craft Show postponed The Columbus Day craft show at 2111 Plainfield Pike was postponed because of inclement weather. The event will instead take place on Sunday, Oct. 24. RI Dream Center needs your help The RI Dream Center helps meet more
          Members of the law enforcement and faith communities espoused listening and dialogue Saturday to address racism and social injustice. Hosted … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Increases in Rhode Island's COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations spurred a "e;wake-up call"e; from Gov. Gina Raimondo and Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott on Wednesday, with calls for a renewed commitment to mask-wearing more
The Johnston Police Department was in the spotlight recently when Capt. Matthew Benson conducted a question-and-answer session with the Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission last … more
JoAnn Bromley is out to help people access their creative side. She’ll put that drive on full display this Columbus Day, Oct. 12, as she and her neighbors hold a craft fair at 2111 … more
Plenty of local officials have kind words to say about District 2 Town Council candidate Lauren Garzone. People like Richard J. DelFino Jr., the highly-respected chairman of the Johnston … more
Bob LaFazia, chairman and District 1 representative on the town’s School Committee, remembers a system wrought with dissension and concern when he first joined the political scene 20 years … more
Never before has National Assisted Living Week looked so strikingly different than it did recently at The Bridge at Cherry Hill in Johnston. The theme, as sales and community relations director … more
The Rhode Island Blood Center held a blood drive on Sept. 23 at the Johnston Senior Citizen Center. The event, taking place from 2 to 8 p.m., had 56 presenting donors. Members of the Johnston High … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A group of experts will be convened to plan for distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine in Rhode Island once it becomes available, Gov. Gina Raimondo said Wednesday - and the state will conduct an "e;independent"e; process for evaluating the more
It was easy for Michele P. Brannigan, the highly popular senior major gifts and campaign manager at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, to be overwhelmed. Brannigan, who was on hand at … more
By JOHN HOWELL Betty, (that's not her real name because she asked to remain anonymous) considers herself old school when it comes to her finances. She handles her and her mother's business affairs, writing out as many as 30 checks monthly to cover more
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