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Thanks to an arrangement reached between Mayor Joseph Polisena and North Providence Mayor Charles Lombardi, about 275 students from the neighboring community will soon attend school in … more
By JOHN HOWELL Following a statewide trend, Johnston single-family home sales increased in 2016 according to a report released Wednesday by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. Single-family home sales in the town totaled 363 for the year, an more
By TIM FORSBERG While Johnston's high school seniors may soon enjoy free tuition at the state's public colleges and universities, the district's youngest students - kindergarteners - are now experiencing the best of the next generation in education. I" more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston resident Nisa Villareal was one of 38 students from Quinnipiac University who last Friday witnessed history at the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Quinnipiac professors Scott more
By MARY JOHNSON Getting your first library card is a right of passage, and Meri Carney, the Mohr Library's Children's Librarian, is happy to issue cards for every member of a family. While many families enjoy the ritual of bringing a child into the more
After being announced this weekend, Governor Gina Raimondo spent the week continuing to promote her free tuition proposal, Rhode Island's Promise, at Monday's Martin Luther King Breakfast, Tuesday's State of the State address and Wednesday's more
Emilio John Emo" Sabitoni has seen and done it all during his 45-year plus career with the Johnston Police Department. Sabitoni started his law enforcement career in Johnston in 1968 as a special officer working details at a liquor" more
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse had people laughing at a rally to save the Affordable Care Act. The Republicans have already taken the first steps to dismantle it in the wake of Donald Trump's election and their impending control of both the more
“There was a horrific accident last month where two teenagers died, and I was there,” said Barbara Carroll Quaranto of Saran Drive during public comments at the Town Council meeting this week. … more
The Johnston Town Council approved a resolution to provide water to a proposed Burrillville power plant operated by Invenergy Services LLC last week. Documents submitted by the company to the Energy Facility Siting Board (EFSB) provide more
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