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The faculty at Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School has been celebrating a $10,000 prize for computer coding. According to teachers Alysa Atkin and Kerri Ruggieri, the prize money was awarded “as … more
Johnston born and bred, Josephine “Josie” Celentano turned 100 years old in the same Binghampton Avenue home where she was born. “I’m an old bag,” she laughed, seated … more
Good tidings with joy and respect. That could have been an appropriate theme for a brief yet impressive ceremony at 1010 Hartford Ave. in Johnston. On a recent sunny morning, a number of JPD … more
Mrs. Lisa Freselone nominated Brendon Norris for Panther of the Week. more
Louis Spremulli and Paul Orlando stood at the large wooden table, the contents of their Spirt of Hope “rescue kits” carefully laid out on its surface. The shades were drawn but the … more
Following a joint city and state police operation, a Cranston man is behind bars with no bail and more than three kilos of methamphetamine have been taken off the street. On Friday, Rhode Island … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Johnston girls basketball team is off to a nice start in the new Division IV this winter season as it won its first two league games to improve to 3-0. The Panthers won a … more
Few towns or cities in Rhode Island have human resources like Johnston, who always band together, especially when it comes providing first class sports and recreational facilities. Which is why … more
The Hub! That’s what Richard J. DelFino Jr. has plans to make the Johnston Senior Center during his tenure as Executive Director of the nationally accredited facility at 1291 Hartford … more
UPDATED at 10 a.m., Dec. 22, 2022 Another solar project has been pitched for a residential Johnston neighborhood. Now Town Council plans to hold a public hearing on a proposed solar ordinance on the same night as the Planning Board public hearing on the solar field's preliminary plan. more
To say that Local 1950 — the union for the Johnston Association of Firefighters — is perhaps the most unique non-profit when it comes helping those in need would be an … more
His sparkling white tail bounced up and down a Warwick city street like the lone working tail light of a small vehicle hitting speed humps at nearly 40 miles per hour. The spike buck avoided the … more
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