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Cox Communications is seeking to hook some Cranston families up with low-cost high-speed Internet if they qualify through its Connect2Compete initiative. Cox Public Relations Manager Jeff Lavery spoke about the requirements and benefits of the program. more
The ATI (Above The Influence) members at Ferri Middle School held a Dodgeball Tournament on Tuesday, May 16, with teams of teachers and students participating. It was a great success. The kids and teachers were all in attendance and truly enjoyed" more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. SHOPLIFTING On April 27 around 2:45 p.m., Patrolman Michael Andreozzi responded to the Atwood Avenue Walgreens in reference to a larceny. At the more
The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub recently announced that the military initiative, which launched on Memorial Day 2016 will continue this year at all locations across New England. The Ninety Nine will honor past and present veterans and active duty more
It was a night of firsts for Johnston High School athletes and coaches - as well as alums - Tuesday evening inside 12 Acres Restaurant in Smithfield. For starters, never before in the history of JHS athletics, have the present Panthers more
To the Editor: As hardworking Americans continue to be held hostage by the ongoing fight in Washington, D.C. about healthcare, I feel now is the time to express my unedited, unbiased opinion about healthcare. For 30 years, I have been working in more
Johnston's own 23-year-old Vinny Pezzullo has jumped into business with a grand opening celebration unlike many others for his company, My Cousin Vinny's Rentals. Held last Sunday Pezzullo held a free cookout open to the community to more
The students, faculty and staff at Winsor Hill Elementary School looked like a Pablo Picasso painting following the school's Color-A-Thon run last Friday. The event, organized by PTO President Gina Schino, PTO vice president Sheila more
By TIM FORSBERG Hearing 10-year-old Gabby Pascale describe how she feels at her worst was devastating. “Sometimes I just feel like I want to die, because it’s really hard and I just want to … more
Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena took on a new and exciting role Saturday, as did chief of staff Doug Jeffrey. Both Polisena and Jeffrey served as a two-person public relations band while greeting people from all over the Northeast. more
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