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For most of us, our home is the largest investment in our lives and we should trust its care with experienced professionals who’ll protect its value and integrity. Site Specific has been handling … more
By PETE FONTAINE Mayor Joseph Polisena, whose opening speech at the inaugural ceremony spoke volumes of many success stories, delivered a power-packed greeting that was included a hint of continued development on Hartford Avenue in the spring and more more
By PETE FONTAINE They are professionals personified. They are legends who have written their own chapter of Rhode Island's tradition-rich history book. They have motivated many others and epitomize the meaning of the extraordinary female athlete"" more
Saturday’s snowstorm dumped 9½ inches of powdery snow on Johnston. “As usual, the DPW was on top of its game and did an excellent job,” Mayor Joseph Polisena assessed. “For us, this was … more
By PETE FONTAINE Last month, Peter A. Goneconte, president of the Young Pannese Social Club, an Italian-American organization founded in 1912, joined Administrator Gerry Coulliard and Johnston residents Elly and Vinny Palumbo to present Donna Russillo, more
snowcr1 jpg DIGGING OUT: Gabby Orabona, age 8 of Cranston, a second-grade student at Glen Hills Elementary, enjoys the snow and helping her parents clean off the cars. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) snowcr2 jpg FIRST TIME IN THE SNOW: Alexander more
By MARY JOHNSON Colin Parkhurst thinks there are better ways to honor Cranston's dead. Many of the city's 84 historical cemeteries are hidden, he said, buried by overgrowth, trash and years of neglect. Most of the graves, he said, date to the more
Almost 500 students from across the state will compete in the FIRST LEGO League “Animal Allies” Championship Tournament on January 14, 2017, at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI. 81 teams … more
An amended capital improvement bond request of $85.8 million was approved by the School Committee at Tuesday and now must gain the approval the City Council, State Department of Education and General … more
By JOHN HOWELL After a hiatus prompted by the fact that there was no sign of progress, mediation between the Warwick Teachers Union and the School Committee has resumed, but with a twist. For the first time in the protracted effort to reach a contract, more
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