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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
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. more
The Johnston football team got back to work this week at practice and is looking to return to the playoffs once again. The Panthers reached the Division III Super Bowl in the spring of 2021 and … 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 Warwick … 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 fact, … 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
There are still spots open in the Fifth Annual Race for Matt and Grace Golf Tournament , scheduled for Friday, Aug. 19, at the Connecticut National Golf Course. The tournament will start at noon … more
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