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Outgoing Johnston Senior Center Director Anthony Zompa was treated to a special luncheon Wednesday afternoon, attended by a few dozen guests and local dignitaries. Mayor Joseph Polisena, Police Chief … more
Pictures have poured into the Johnston High School Adopt-A-Senior Facebook page over the past few weeks, as students in their last year roaming the halls at JHS receive gifts and well wishes from … more
There was a flurry of activity this weekend in and around of Christina Rondeau’s well-designed and impressively stocked kickboxing training/fitness facility located at 1408 Atwood Ave. in … more
Diane Clift was walking through Johnston War Memorial Park this weekend when she witnessed this candid moment between a father and daughter. Clift said the man was teaching his daughter about the … more
As Anthony Zompa retires from his role as director of the Johnston Senior Center after two decades, Matt Bolton is ready to step up and lead the group into a post-pandemic world. Bolton, 27, … more
Johnston Senior Center Director Anthony Zompa made it official this month when he announced his retirement after 20 years of working for the town’s elderly community. Zompa said that he and … more
Baffoni’s Poultry Farm posted on Facebook Wednesday morning that a fire in one of its coops resulted in no staff injuries, but roughly 3,000 chickens were killed. The account’s … more
“We’re having what will be an eventful day,” Becky Rhodes, who works and trains at Rondeau’s Kickboxing in Johnston, announced earlier this week ahead of Saturday’s open … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to adjust to virtual learning for more than a year, screen time and stress have skyrocketed among kids and teenagers. Patricia Sweet, director of prevention … more
Richard J. DelFino Jr., the long-serving and successful chairman of the Johnston Democratic Town Committee, called his agenda for Monday night’s meeting “one of the most important, … more
It’s been one year since Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide adjusted their hallmark methods of sharing comfort and hope from the scriptures due to the pandemic. For many, the change from … more
By ARDEN BASTIA For the Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is more than just a note on the April calendar. It's a chance to provide community education and support for survivors, renewing a commitment to ending sexual violence. more
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