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The Johnston Sun Rise invited Johnston’s three candidates for mayor to our newsroom for a forum on local issues. Two of the three candidates accepted the invitation. One failed to … more
Perhaps Bob Deming, a popular Johnston High School custodian who maintains Mayor Joseph M. Polisena Stadium, said is best about last Saturday’s Homecoming. “Everyone’s having a … more
Incumbent State Rep. Gregory J. Costantino, a Democrat, represents District 44 (Lincoln, Smithfield and Johnston). He will face Republican Peter Anthony Trementozzi in the General Election. more
Incumbent State Rep. Deborah A. Fellela, a Democrat, represents District 43 (Johnston). She faces Republican Nicola “Nick” Antonio Grasso in the General Election. more
In the race for Johnston's Ward 5 Town Council seat, incumbent Robert J. Civetti will face Independent candidate Jeanette A. Scarcella. The Johnston Sun Rise asked each candidate six questions. Here are their responses: more
The race to become Johnston’s next mayor is nearly over. Three candidates for the office will be on town ballots: Joseph M. Polisena Jr., a Democrat, will face Independent candidates Karen … more
There was a classic case of generous giving last week inside SCD Sales & Liquidation, located next to Northeast Auto Body at 807 Hartford Ave. in Johnston. It also came from a man — … more
People, praise and prayer! Those three words best describe the Johnston Police Department’s highly impressive 2022 Faith and Blue event, which was held in the front parking lot of the … more
“The legend has retired,” read a decoration on countless cupcakes made by Lucia Conti at her husband-owned Emilio’s Bakery in West Warwick. There was another special slogan … more
Johnston voters will decide whether recreational pot shops will open in town. The local rules and regulations for cannabis use in Rhode Island are changing. One pot ordinance prohibiting … more
With an $85 million bond in hand, Johnston’s massive school renovation and new construction project will likely begin by spring. “We are pleased that the $85 million bond issue was … more
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following police log information has been taken from public record police incident and arrest reports provided by the Johnston Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies. more
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