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Julia Moretti, 7, held the laminated sky blue laboratory pass out straight. "I want to be a scientist," said the Saint Rocco School second-grader who dressed in a white lab coat emblazoned with a test-tube and light bulb researcher's more
It was perhaps Rev. Peter J. Gower, the popular pastor of Our Lady of Grace Church in Johnston, who best characterized Joseph “Joe” Spremulli during the recent tribute that included a … more
The Pannese Society of Rhode Island honored a living legend, a marvelous and mighty man, who at a sold out event inside Tomaselli’s at the famed Rosario Club, people proclaimed is “Not … more
Johnston’s COVID-19 take home test supply has finally matched the town’s recently soaring demand. Town officials gathered Saturday morning in the Johnston High School parking lot to … more
A recently resigned School Committee member faces “allegations of misconduct.” The accusers are his former fellow School Committee members. What kind of misconduct? That’s … more
The vote to fund a massive school building project in Johnston will be held at least one month later than previously expected. As the Johnston School District moves into Phase III of a total … more
Before the New Year the Rhode Island Blood Center announced the region’s third blood emergency of 2021.  As of this week the crisis continues with enough blood supply for only one to … more
Anthony Meleo drove through the Johnston High Parking lot and parked outside a simple white trailer parked near Atwood Avenue. Jessica Gormley, Practice Manager for Tri-County Community Action … more
Johnston’s newest business — Strawberry Fields Learning Academy — is the result of a two-year work-in-progress that despite being interrupted by COVID-19. The pandemic, however, … more
A veteran Glocester police officer remains suspended without pay following his December arrest in Johnston. Around 11:30 p.m., Dec. 6, Johnston Police officers responded to a single family … more
WANTED: Gently-used men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. All donations will be graciously accepted and will benefit the Rachel E. Carson Memorial Scholarship that’s … more
Rhode Island will have at least one new congressperson next year following Warwick native and Bishop Hendricken graduate Congressman Jim Langevin's decision he wouldn’t be seeking re-election.  Langevin, 57, is serving his eleventh term. more
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