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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Gov. Gina Raimondo defended her approach to the reopening of Rhode Island's schools on Wednesday, saying it is too early to "e;throw in the towel"e; on a return to classrooms and rejecting what she described as "e;misinformation"e; and more
"Promises made. Promises kept." That slogan has appeared on Democratic House Speaker Nick Mattiello's campaign mailers and materials in recent weeks as he seeks reelection to the District 15 seat he's held since 2007. Mattiello faces more
Mattiello faces a challenge from Republican Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung in what is certain to be one of Rhode Island's most closely watched contests. more
By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo presented three possible school reopening plans to the School Committee during Tuesday's meeting, saying that a Rhode Island Department of Education decision on the best path may not more
By JACOB MARROCCO When the coronavirus pandemic forced the Greenville Inn to shut down on March 15, owner Diane Belknap said she and her husband Jim came to see it as an "e;omen."e; They had owned the restaurant for 23 years, and neither wanted to risk more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Johnston Town Council unanimously approved several zoning changes during Monday's meeting following more than six months of discussion and a few continuances. Solicitor Dylan Conley provided context for the decision during a more
By PETE FONTAINE After retiring from the Unites States Army in 2010, Albert Topp signed up for a contracting job that took him to Iraq, where he spent the last eight years as a K-9 handler whose mission was to sniff out bombs and other explosives. "e;I more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. POSSESSION Detectives Mark Bairos and Thomas Dwyer were both on Clifton Street on the morning of July 6 when they saw a vehicle drive more
By PETE FONTAINE "e;It's funny that two local kids who grew up in Johnston have followed the same political paths,"e; Robert V. Russo, the long-serving Johnston Town Council member and current president, was saying the other night. "e;We've maintained a more
This has been a familiar sight at Cherry Hill Manor - residents who have beaten coronavirus being warmly received by employees cheering, clapping and dancing to celebrate their victory. The manor had more good news this past Friday, as more
Sofia Williams, Siena Amato, Roman Amato and Andre Amato recently donated the profits from selling handmade bracelets to purchase and donate masks to Cherry Hill Manor. Executive Director Katie Gerber said that the facility will hand out the more
The Executive Board of the St. Mary's Feast Society, located in the Knightsville section of Cranston, has released its plans for the 115th annual Feast. And those plans look like this year's feast will be atypical of the huge weeklong celebration that more
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