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Independent candidate Eileen Fuoco is looking for a second chance to make a first impression as she campaigns to reclaim the District 1 Town Council seat she lost two years ago. “The moment I … more
By TIM FORSBERG Incumbent Democrat Richard Delfino III believes his experience and dedication to his constituents during the last two years as councilman for District 1 provides a solid foundation in his bid for re-election. A fourth-generation and more
By TIM FORSBERG Independent candidate Deb (Tirocchi) Spaur, born and raised in the Windsor Hill section of Johnston, believes her 30 years of self-employed experience with her home and business cleaning service will provide a fresh voice to District 1 more
To say that Richard “Ricky” Ballirano is no ordinary teenager would probably be an understatement. Just 17 years old, he has impressive maturity, business sense, people skills, and above all … more
Christian Arriaza's hat trick and D.J. Anderson's game-winner helped the Johnston boys' soccer team get by Cranston East, 4-2, at Cranston Stadium on Monday afternoon. Arriaza scored for the Panthers in the first half as the more
On June 14 Toll Gate senior Nathan Cornell will walk across the stage at the Knight Campus of CCRI, and if he has his way he will go from student to School Committee member. Over the past year Cornell, 18, has become involved with the more
To the Editor: I'm Rhue Reis and I am running for U.S. Congress for Rhode Island's 2nd District. I'm the son of Portuguese immigrants. My wife and I have been married for 32 years, we have two daughters and one grandchild. I was a small business owner, more
Five former athletes whose resumes date back to the mid-1960s, along with the 1976-77 boys' hockey team and two individuals who enriched the lives of students for a number of years, will make up the Johnston High School Athletic Hall of more
Gillian Melikian will preside over Johnston High School's graduation ceremony tomorrow night inside the Providence Performing Arts Center. Although the title of doctor is perhaps years away for the Johnston senior - who will enroll at more
By PETE FONTAINE Kids like Alyssa, 11 and her brother Christopher, 9, came from Charlestown, Mass., with their grandparents and threw darts in hope of breaking balloons and winning a stuffed animal or another prize. Julie and Brendan Parsons, ages 11 and more
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