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The first name in the race to succeed four-term Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena has been thrown into the ring. The mayor told the Sun Rise on Monday morning “it’s no secret” that … more
A casual conversation between Lauren Garzone and Linda Folcarelli resulted in what Operation Stand Down Rhode Island Executive Director Erik Wallin said “will allow us to provide each of our … more
A recount in House District 42 has done very little to change the results of a tight race to succeed state Rep. Stephen Ucci. Democrat Edward Cardillo Jr. led Republican Frank Ricci 3,510 to 3,400 … more
This week, local veterans received many thanks from the Thornton Elementary community. Fifth-grade teacher Kelley Cerbo and third-grade daughter Brooke, along with PTO fundraising coordinator … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments.   IDENTITY FRAUD   Patrolwoman Kayleigh Cooper wrote on … more
The town of Johnston and Tri-County Community Action Agency will open a 40-foot trailer for COVID-19 testing at the high school later this week as cases and hospitalizations continue to rise across … more
It’s a tradition unlike any other, but this year it was more important than ever. So, in keeping with what Greg Russo called a “special season of giving,” Students Against … more
The Rotary Club of North Providence recently gave away 2,000 masks to local first responders and community organizations in Johnston and North Providence. The initiative is part of the Rotary Million … more
Saturday, Dec. 5, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be an eventful day at Rondeau’s Kickboxing, located at 1408 Atwood Ave. in Johnston. The day will include a Free Self-Defense Course, … more
News from the Mohr Memorial Library   The fine-free period for all Rhode Island public libraries has been extended to March 1, 2021. However, if folks have overdue books, please bring them … more
Dylan Conley said he learned some valuable lessons during his first political campaign this year, leaving the door open for another run at the Second Congressional District seat for which James … more
Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo said that the district plans to keep schools open as long as possible, but “the feeling is at some point we’re going to hit a brick … more
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