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Johnston Police Chief Richard S. Tamburini and Deputy Chief Joseph Razza were recently on hand to receive a substantial donation of masks, contactless thermometers, hand … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments.   ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON   Patrolman Adam Parkinson … more
The Council Round-up is a digest of licenses, appointments and other proceedings from the Johnston Town Council’s June 8 meeting. This month’s meeting was held via Zoom because of the … more
Although unable to hold its traditional late summer food drive in its 20 branches statewide, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) is helping ensure their food pantry partners have resources to meet the … more
By JOHN HOWELL Cam hasn't been himself since the governor shut down the state in March. He used to love going on neighborhood walks, but now he gets a couple of blocks from home and can't decide where to go. So, he returns home. He's become irritable and more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The start of school in Rhode Island will be delayed two weeks, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Wednesday, while a final decision on how classes will resume - fully in person, through virtual learning or using a mixed approach - has also more
If reformers want to improvestate government inRhode Island, would patronagehires be a goodplace to start? It’s a pertinentquestion following thenews that Eddy Herrera, theson of Rep. … more
Stages of Freedom's Black Rhode Island Heroes class Join Stages of Freedom for an exciting look at Black Rhode Island history-makers with live performances, videos and lively conversations. This is a free online class being held more
Perhaps a recent check-passing ceremony was an example of the many different ways state Rep. Deborah Fellela has helped important nonprofits such as the Johnston Historical Society. With old man … more
Candidate for House District 43 Melinda Lopez earned endorsements this past week from the Rhode Island chapter of the National Organization of Women, Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence and … more
Although unable to hold its traditional late summer food drive in its 20 branches statewide, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) is helping ensure their food pantry partners have resources to meet the … more
Grasso, who like most of his family grew up as a Democrat, registered with the Republicans in 2014. He said that he made the switch because he felt the Democrats have “abandoned that old-school, President Kennedy” style of politics. more
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