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By JACOB MARROCCO House District 42 will soon have a new representative for the first time in more than 16 years, and Democrat Edward Cardillo Jr. is looking to bring the same philosophy as the seat's previous occupant. Stephen Ucci, who had represented more
By PETE FONTAINE Jennifer Ramage and some students at Johnston's Early Childhood Center could be on their way to a record-setting year for the annual Feinstein Good Deeds Program. "e;Due to the pandemic,"e; as Ramage - who doubles as an ECC teacher and more
More than 50 tow trucks formed a procession at Nardolillo Funeral Home in Cranston to remember the life of Charles Jepson Jr., a Johnston native who passed away last week at 57 years old. Jepson was a staple in the tow truck more
By JOHN HOWELL What does a pandemic, a golf tournament, retired Police Chief Richard Tamburini, a lot of the chief's generous friends and town businesses have to do with dreams of a career in finance or child care? A lot was the answer a group of law more
The Council Roundup is a digest of licenses, ordinances and other matters from the Oct. 13 Johnston Town Council meeting. District 5 Councilman Robert Civetti was not present because of a prior commitment. COPPERFIELD'S On a 4-0 vote, the Town Council more
Republican congressional candidate Robert Lancia spent most of last Thursday afternoon on the campaign trail. Lancia knocked on doors in Johnston for a few hours with several other Republican candidates on the ballot - his more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Increases in Rhode Island's COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations spurred a "e;wake-up call"e; from Gov. Gina Raimondo and Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott on Wednesday, with calls for a renewed commitment to mask-wearing more
The Johnston Police Department was in the spotlight recently when Capt. Matthew Benson conducted a question-and-answer session with the Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission last … more
JoAnn Bromley is out to help people access their creative side. She’ll put that drive on full display this Columbus Day, Oct. 12, as she and her neighbors hold a craft fair at 2111 … more
Plenty of local officials have kind words to say about District 2 Town Council candidate Lauren Garzone. People like Richard J. DelFino Jr., the highly-respected chairman of the Johnston … more
Bob LaFazia, chairman and District 1 representative on the town’s School Committee, remembers a system wrought with dissension and concern when he first joined the political scene 20 years … more
Never before has National Assisted Living Week looked so strikingly different than it did recently at The Bridge at Cherry Hill in Johnston. The theme, as sales and community relations director … more
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