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By PETE FONTAINE If Christina Rondeau has her way, Rhode Island will have a unique non-profit that will honor women for their many outstanding performances in the sports world. Rondeau, who is an icon in kickboxing and professional boxing arenas as more
THREE-CAR ACCIDENT On Jan. 19 at approximately 2:20 p.m., Patrolman Remy Mendez along with Patrolman David Galligan and Sargent Megan Boulet responded to the area of 648 Killingly St. for a report of a three-car motor vehicle accident with no injuries. more
By PETE FONTAINE Editors note: Due to a production error, this story did not run in full in last week's edition. This is an edited version of that story. Rhode Island Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is concerned about the state's youth and their futures. Last more
By PETE FONTAINE Sunday's Super Bowl LI will come down to what team wins the battle of the trenches and can fend off any and all arsenals. So, the Sun Rise asked Johnston's real heroes - staffers at the Department of Public Works who certainly face all more
Editors note: Due to a production error, this story did not run in full in last week’s edition. This is an edited version of that story. Thanks to an arrangement reached between Mayor Joseph … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY From Australia to Alaska, London to Saudi Arabia, Nigeria to Antarctica, pink-knitted hats stretched, as an estimated 4.7 million people from all over the world attended simultaneous, peaceful sister marches" on January 21 to show" more
By PETE FONTAINE Tuesday morning, Raimondo held an old-fashioned- rally in the Johnston High School auditorium to drum up support for Rhode Island's Promise, a proposal that would guarantee graduating seniors two free years of college, fees and tuition, more
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
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