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Johnston Senior High School finished third in the statewide Rhode Island Academic Decathlon held virtually on March 7, placing behind East Greenwich (second) and Hendricken, which will go on to … more
Johnston Democratic Town Committee Chairman Richard DelFino Jr. was unanimously elected president of the Rhode Island Association of Democratic City and Town Chairpersons during the group’s … more
Johnston High School’s award-winning music department is about to be cast into the state’s unique fundraising spotlight. That will happen on Saturday, April 10, when the Ron Lamoureux … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Providence City Council President Sabina Matos has, for some time, been seen by many observers as the clear frontrunner in the lieutenant governor sweepstakes. After all, she has been a frequent, visible presence at Gov. Dan McKee's more
By JACOB MARROCCO Members of the local health community and state congressional delegation gathered at the Comprehensive Community Action Program's Cranston Street building on Monday to announce $33.5 million in federal aid for eight centers across Rhode more
Eric Lopez wants to offer Senegalese runners the same opportunities he was afforded as a kid. Lopez, a teacher in Johnston, helps run the Academie Sportive Senegalese Pour La Relance De … more
The town of Johnston gave more than 200 teachers and school staff their initial dose of COVID-19 vaccine last Friday afternoon, as Gov. Dan McKee’s push to inoculate educators is well underway … more
As schools inch toward normalcy, it has been far from a regular school year for the class of 2021 at Johnston High School. Students have been attending on a hybrid model for most of the academic … more
A Johnston nonprofit is one of 17 organizations that will share $550,000 in grants from the Rhode Island Foundation to help residents cope with the continuing effects of the pandemic. Operation … more
People like Johnston Fire Department Battalion Chief Richard Boehm will tell you that when it comes to kindness and caring, Jen Burns is in a league of her own. This rings especially true when it … more
Cherry Hill Manor recently recognized 28 staff members for their years of service, ranging from five years to 35 years. Each staff member was recognized for their individual strengths, contribution … more
As the 2020-21 school year began, many high school events, extracurricular activities, and sports were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With restrictions and state regulations in mind, The … more
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