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By JACOB MARROCCO Despite reduced services and attendance, Operation Stand Down Rhode Island's Stand Down Weekend still provided legal, employment and housing assistance to more than 160 veterans at Johnston War Memorial Park and OSDRI headquarters. more
By PETE FONTAINE The Rev. Andrew George, the long-serving pastor at Church of the Annunciation, spent much of summer answering telephone calls and responding to emails regarding the popular Cranston Greek Festival - which, like countless events more
By JACOB MARROCCO U.S. District Court Judge Mary McElroy heard arguments Monday in the case of retired Johnston Detective James Brady vs. former Chief Richard Tamburini and the town of Johnston, and no date has been set for a decision. The ACLU filed the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo confirmed to the Sun Rise that a student-teacher at Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School and a staff member at Winsor Hill Elementary have tested positive for COVID-19. DiLullo explained more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. FELONY ASSAULT Marisol Iacovelli, 19, 83 Canario Drive, Warren, and Abigail Baez, 25, 92 Roosevelt St., Warwick, responded to Johnston more
By PETE FONTAINE "e;There is nothing as rewarding to a police officer as the day you are promoted,"e; Joseph P. Razza, who just a few weeks ago took the oath of office as the new Johnston Police Chief, told his department family last Thursday morning inside more
"e;Big heart and determination"e; Millie Santilli, author of "e;Lila Lu and the things I love to do,"e; a book about Noonan's Syndrome, has just released her new book called "e;Ava's Wish."e; This book is about Ava, a little girl with a big heart and determination more
COVID-19 is putting a lot at risk right now, including the fight against breast cancer. But this is one fight that can't be cancelled or postponed. The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Providence Drive-In will be held more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE There is presently no vaccine or cure for COVID-19, and it remains uncertain when one might be developed - let alone widely available. But Rhode Islanders now have a chance to participate in a dual study focused on what a local more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Outbreaks at Providence College and the University of Rhode Island have driven a recent uptick in the state's COVID-19 numbers, Gov. Gina Raimondo said Wednesday, while the majority of cases identified within Rhode Island's K-12 more
By JACOB MARROCCO Operation Stand Down Rhode Island isn't letting the coronavirus pandemic put too much of a damper on its 29th annual Stand Down Weekend, holding a scaled-down version at Johnston War Memorial Park this Saturday and Sunday. OSDRI, which more
By PETE FONTAINE There weren't any Rockwell Amusements carnival rides or games of chance featuring stuffed animals last weekend at Festival Field in Johnston. There was, though, the huge "e;Big Top"e; that Our Lady of Grace Church rents every September for more
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