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The Rhode Island Blood Center held a blood drive on Sept. 23 at the Johnston Senior Citizen Center. The event, taking place from 2 to 8 p.m., had 56 presenting donors. Members of the Johnston High … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A group of experts will be convened to plan for distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine in Rhode Island once it becomes available, Gov. Gina Raimondo said Wednesday - and the state will conduct an "e;independent"e; process for evaluating the more
It was easy for Michele P. Brannigan, the highly popular senior major gifts and campaign manager at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, to be overwhelmed. Brannigan, who was on hand at … more
By JOHN HOWELL Betty, (that's not her real name because she asked to remain anonymous) considers herself old school when it comes to her finances. She handles her and her mother's business affairs, writing out as many as 30 checks monthly to cover more
UP THE FIELD: Meaghan McCamish Since Sept. 17 2,500 Rhode Islanders have chosen to put themselves on the front lines of the coronavirus battle by registering to take part in a COVID vaccine clinical trial. Karen Tashima, MD, director of clinical trials at the more
By JOHN HOWELL "e;I think I have a story for you,"e; Francis X. Flaherty said early Saturday morning. Flaherty was wearing black, but not the black robes of his attire as an Associate Supreme Court Justice, a post he has held for nearly 18 years. Rather, he more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston's break for President Donald Trump in 2016 led to its inclusion in a new book that hit stands this week. "e;Trump's Democrats,"e; written by University of Virginia historian Stephanie Muravchik and Claremont McKenna College more
By JACOB MARROCCO Voters came out in support of incumbent Dist. 25 Sen. Frank Lombardo III at the polls this September, with his total far outpacing any local politician on the ballot. The interesting note on that turnout, though, is that Lombardo is more
By JACOB MARROCCO House Dist. 44 Rep. Gregory Costantino said he thinks the General Assembly could have "e;done a lot more"e; in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Costantino, who is running unopposed for a seat that represents Johnston, Lincoln and more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. ATTEMPTED B&E Patrolmen Thomas Hayden and Adam Parkinson responded to CVS at 1993 Plainfield St. on the morning of Sept. 25 for a more
The Tri-County Health Center will receive more than $108,000 in Quality Improvement Award funds from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an Agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The Quality Improvement more
By JOHN HOWELL Many had not seen their fellow workers since the shutdown when they commenced work from home. They won't be going back to their office desks until it is safe. Yet, even a pandemic could not interrupt nine years of helping non profits. Blue more
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