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By MERI R. KENNEDY Parks & Recreation Summer Day Camp deadline Camp is open to Johnston residents only and admission to camp will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Camp is open to children ages 6 to 12. The registration deadline is Friday, June 26. more
More than 40 of the 73 state representatives present for the supplemental budget debate last week didn’t utter a single word during that discussion. Whether that’s a good way to approve … more
“Essentially everything will be open in some form or fashion," the governor said. "The only way that’s going to work is if we work even harder, all of us, to follow the rules.” more
The Rev. Brian Shanley, president of Providence College, speaks about his tenure, his athletic pursuits and his views on the future as he prepares to retire from his current post after 15 years.  more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Rhode Island Department of Health offered an update Friday morning on the results of its first round of coronavirus antibody testing, noting much higher numbers for Hispanic and Black participants. Dr. Philip Chan, the department's more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. FRAUDULENT CHECKS Lt. Stephen Altomari and Patrolman Louis Cotoia met with Pawtucket Police Department personnel on the evening of more
By PETE FONTAINE There were two memorable ceremonies inside the Johnston Senior Center last Friday for a highly-decorated man whom Police Chief Richard S. Tamburini called "e;a damn good cop who will make an excellent parks and recreation director."e; For more
By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Dr. Bernard DiLullo told the Sun Rise Wednesday morning that when in-person learning resumes later this year, school won't be reverting back to pre-pandemic standards. Gov. Gina Raimondo last week more
During Monday’s COVID-19 briefing and press conference, Gov. Gina Raimondo discussed increasing asymptomatic testing, reopening summer camps and a new summer distance learning … more
Cranston Public Schools Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse shares her thoughts on distancing learning, the state's school reopening plan and the budget uncertainty facing her district and others across the state. more
By SUN RISE STAFF Johnston Police Chief Richard S. Tamburini announced this week that he will retire in August after five decades in law enforcement. Tamburini took over as head of Johnston Police in 1995, arriving in town after several years with the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston assistant town solicitor Dylan Conley announced recently that he will run for Congress in Rhode Island's Second District, a seat held by U.S. Rep. James Langevin since 2001. Conley, 33, spoke about his decision - which was more
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