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The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team traveled to New Hampshire Tech in Concord, New Hampshire, to compete in the New Hampshire Tech Lynx Volleyball Invitational on Saturday. The Lady Knights went 3-1 and won the tournament Championship. CCRI defeated more
By PETE FONTAINE It's a tradition Johnston Police Lt. Joseph Salvadore once helped make a success during his younger years as a member of Explorer Post 405. It's a tradition that Sunday will mark 21 years, and one that is vital to the sustained success more
An iconic archway to the past and future has finally been restored to its full glory. For decades, the 60-foot-tall Rocky Point Arch has stood as a proud sentinel overlooking Narragansett Bay. One of … more
By PETE FONTAINE Few Rhode Island unions have enjoyed as much success as Johnston Association of Fire Fighters Local 1950. As proof, the union recently completed its annual Muscular Dystrophy Association drive by raising a record-shattering $17,250. more
Johnston’s disabled veterans could soon find themselves exempt from property taxes if a local veterans group’s efforts on their behalf are successful. During Monday night’s Town Council … more
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation will be kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the coming weekend's Flames of Hope: A Celebration of Life." The event will take place Oct. 1-2 in downtown Providence. The" more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston High School's football Panthers honored the nation's veterans in a huge way last Friday night inside Mayor Joseph M. Polisena Stadium. Score-wise, head coach Joe Acciardo's football force didn't come out on top against the more
Even though there are still some good days of fall fishing, beach bonfires (where legal) and beautiful weather, we need to think ahead in order to ensure a great boating season next year. Careful … more
“I’m sure Gary would be happy with what we’re going,” James Hopkins, a former teacher and coach who chairs the Johnston High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, said the other night. … more
By PETE FONTAINE The organizers of the Johnson Memorial Cancer Events (JMCE) are looking for two people who'd like to be part of a rewarding experience. Judi Graham, who is chairing the JMCE's second annual Memorial Co-Ed Memorial Golf Tournament to be more
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