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FROM STAFF REPORTS The No. 16 Johnston girls basketball team topped the visiting No. 17 Burrillville 62-33 in the preliminary round of the open state tournament on Tuesday evening. The Lady Panthers rolled to a big 37-18 lead in the opening half and more
By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston Town Hall employees' Adopt-A-Family program, which is also supported each and every Christmas by Mayor Joseph Polisena and his wife, Lucy, may have surpassed any and all previous gift giving efforts. Every year around this more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Johnston/North Providence boys hockey team split its weekend games, dropping a 7-5 thriller to first-place Pilgrim on Friday then rebounding to beat Narragansett/Chariho 6-4 the following day. After falling behind 3-1 early in the more
Fishing is a lot like being a fireman in that you need to be ready all the time. The last thing you want to do is lose a fish due to faulty gear or tackle. That’s why … more
Last week, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo announced that all K-12 schools in the state would be adhering to distance learning plans starting Monday, March 23 through April 3. With the announcement, the Rhode Island Interscholastic more
The Johnston Memorial Cancer Events storied golf tournament tradition WILL continue in 2020. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, Connecticut National Golf Club that’s located in Putnam, CT. and … more
By PETE FONTAINE WANTED: Those former Johnston High School standout athletes who distinguished their alma mater in Rhode Island Interscholastic League athletics during their undergraduate years on Cherry Hill. If the all-volunteer committee that more
The Division III Panthers put up a fight with the DII Falcons before falling 47-42 during the first round of the Cranston Holiday Boys Basketball Tournament on Friday night at Cranston High School … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Johnston's Kaylin Zalewski added her name to the Johnston athletic history books last week, as she notched her 1,000th career point in the Lady Panthers' win over visiting Moses Brown. After scoring 14 points in last Friday's win over more
“This is our biggest basketball weekend of the year!” Mike Bedrosian exclaimed as he kept an eye on three games being played simultaneously Sunday inside the jam-packed Johnston Indoor … more
By PETE FONTAINE Jayme DeCesare has logged a lot of miles playing basketball. Since her younger years at St. Rocco's School until her first-ever season at the NCAA's highly-competitive Division I level, the Johnston resident has always been at the head more
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