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Rhode Island and Johnston’s top politicians gathered inside the town’s Johnston Indoor Recreation Center Saturday afternoon. Members and coaches of local soccer teams packed the blue … more
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following police log information has been taken from public record police incident reports provided by the Johnston Police Department. more
A Providence man is in custody after allegedly leading local police on a chase in a stolen car that ended with a crash in Johnston.  Around 1 p.m., Feb. 28, members of third watch were … more
Johnston Police will not be pressing charges against six students who were allegedly playing with toy guns in a school parking lot. "We were not alerted to the incident until the following day," … more
He’s been called "a legend" as well as "one of the most dedicated educators in Johnston High School history." He has established many of the school’s most storied traditions such as … more
After 18 years of dedicated and distinguished service to the town and its residents, Sgt. Brian LeClair has retired from the Johnston Police Department. “Brian has done his job with … more
As kids, Wayne J. Forrest, his brothers and friends, held bike races up and down Winsor Avenue. “To say there’s been a lot of changes on Winsor Avenue in 65 years is an … more
Registered nurses Lori Autiello and Valerie Jacavone, who serve as District Co-Health Coordinators for Johnston Public Schools, have no doubt — none whatsoever  — that Sarah Gasbarro … more
The Johnston School Committee and Town Council planned to hold a pair of special meetings, in joint-session, on the evenings of Wednesday, March 16, and Wednesday, March 23, to discuss school … more
Michael Solitro Jr. left behind one giant “PUDDIN’ Hat” to fill. In the thick of their first zeppole season without him, Solitro’s daughters, … more
“Thank You Johnston!” exclaimed Ron Lamoureux, chairman of Johnston High School’s national award-winning Music Department. “With so much generosity from many, many donors, we … more
School Year: 2021-2022 Q2 Honor Roll ... more
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