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Even though school wasn’t in session, State Rep. Deb Fellela made a special visit to Johnston High School several weeks ago where she continued a long tradition. Fellela met with JHS Music … more
The time is ripe for Johnston’s apple celebration. The 34th Annual Apple Festival will be held this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 11. The festivities will stretch from 10 … more
The year was 1922 … the price of gas was just 21 cents a gallon and an automobile could be purchased for between $1,100 to $2,000. It was a year that many prolific women were born: Judy … more
It was back on June 4, 2021, when Johnston Town Councilwoman Lauren A. Garzone — in conjunction with the Johnson Police Department — launched and held the town’s first-ever … more
“Saluti membri della Society!” That was the Italian opening statement from David Venditelli, proud president of the iconic Pannese Society, that appears inside the nonprofit’s … more
Local law enforcement agencies have taken a pledge of transparency, and the layers between the police and the public are about to become as clear as video. A program aimed at equipping Ocean … more
 A Johnston man who admitted to possessing more than 2,000 videos and images of child pornography has been sentenced to three years in federal prison, according to a press release from United … more
It has been three difficult years for Richard and Kathleen Gemma — as well as the highly-respected brotherhood of the Johnston Fire Department — since the passing of Richard R. Gemma. … more
It was approximately 10 o’clock when Anthony Carlino stood under a sparkling sun in front of the impressive monuments that continue to serve as a mighty memorial for “The Boys from … more
State Rep. Ed Cardillo stood up at the end of Tuesday’s hearing. “An absolute joke!” He said loudly, following the Johnston Board of Canvassers’ third rejection of a … more
Never before, according to records dating back to 2004, has the St. Rocco’s Feast and Festival enjoyed as much sparkling success as last week’s four-day fun, food and music … more
In an ongoing effort to reduce speeding in town while also responding to residents’ traffic concerns, the Johnston Police Department continues to modify and improve upon its temporary speed … more
Move over Dunkin, there’s a new kid on Rhode Island’s donut block. It’s called Rhode Island Homemade Donuts and has two locations — one at 1745 Main Street in West … more
Johnston’s state senator has been working for the town since Jan. 1. His opponents say the position was a maneuver to keep him out of the mayor’s race. State Sen. Frank Lombardo III … more
Warwick Police arrested a city homeowner Wednesday, Aug. 17, following a livestreamed melee with a local “radio personality.” Around 7 p.m., Wednesday Aug. 17, Warwick Police officers … more
In 15 short days, Sept. 2 to be precise, Rebello A. Ferrante will celebrate his 99th birthday. But that’s just one of the many facts about a marvelous milestone man, a living legend in … more
With just two weeks of prep time and 30 campers, Rhode Island Youth Theatre (RIYT) is ready to perform “Music Man Jr.” at the Historic Park Theatre and Event Center this Friday and … more
The Ocean State’s new power company issued a warning to customers: “Rhode Island Energy Encourages Customers to Prepare Now for Significantly Higher Winter Electricity Supply … more
The Johnston Board of Canvassers has rejected complaints by the man who represents District 42 in the Rhode Island House of Representatives. The race for Rhode Island’s District 42 State … more
A Johnston teenager was shot and killed inside the home at 78 Cedar St. An investigation into his death is ongoing, but the house where Dillon Viens died can be bought for $445,000. … more
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