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For the past 46 years, members of Rhode Island Hadassah (The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.) have been wrapping and helping frazzled shoppers (usually men) make the holidays a little … more
Leo Grande of Johnston, a member of the class of 2019 majoring in computer science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), was a member of a student team that recently completed an intense, … more
Sometime around 11:15 last Thursday morning, Brian Burrell stepped to the microphone and declared: “I love Atwood Avenue!” Burrell, who is the District Manager for Smashburger Restaurants, … more
Highlights of the decisions made and items discussed at the Johnston Town Council Meeting on Monday, December 12. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Council President Anthony Verardo congratulated Jean … more
Johnston’s Deputy Police Chief Joseph P. Razza recently added another arsenal to his already impressive resume. Razza, JPD Chief Richard S. Tamburini announced, received the prestigious John D. … more
“We feel very fortunate at Hasbro Children’s Hospital to have the support of the incredible folks who make up the Johnston Memorial Cancer Events,” Michele Branigan, the Senior Major Gifts … more
The Johnston Community Center Association’s super streak has ended. For the first time in a decade, the JCCA was forced to cancel Saturday’s 10th Annual Holiday Festival because of a … more
If you were sitting inside Johnston High School’s auditorium last Thursday evening listening to special holiday sounds and closed your eyes, it’s a good chance you imagined that you were inside … more
Editor’s note: Due to a recording error, some students’ names were inadvertently omitted from the Honor Roll published in the Sun Rise on November 30. As a courtesy to all of the students for … more
If movie producers were in Johnston last Friday night for the Winsor Hill Holiday Bonanza, they’d probably come up with some sort of title like “A Christmas Classic!” After all, Santa Claus … more
Eric Palmieri of D. Palmieri’s Bakery on Killingly Street is making pizzas that look too good to eat. About five years ago, Eric made a basic American Flag pizza for the Fourth of July, with … more
Joshua Jean-Louis looks like an average middle school student. He's athletic, loves basketball and is a devoted Boston Celtics fan who often dreamed about going to famed TD North Garden and meeting his favorite player, Isaiah Thomas. more
By mid-afternoon Saturday, it was snowing everywhere in Johnston and that set off an alarm of sorts for Lt. Jon Pistacchio, who serves as Vice President of the Association of Firefighters Local … more
The Rhode Island Mobile Maker Lab pulled into Johnston High School last Wednesday and for two days, eight to ten students at a time had the opportunity to visit the lab and participate in a variety … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Nov. 22 at approximately 11:03 p.m. Officers Jedidiah Pineau and Timothy Marshall started following a 2010 black Kia being driven by Christopher Cesario, 22, of … more
By LAUREN CIVETTI As the weather starts to cool down, activities inside the Johnston High School gymnasium begin to heat up. In addition to the ever present boys’ and girls’ basketball, ice … more
While by no means has manufacturing in the United States recovered to its former glory, there is hope that a slight resurgence in the trade may be beginning, at least in Rhode Island. The commitment towards the craft in the state can certainly be seen, more
The Johnston/North Providence Co-op hockey team held off West Warwick/Exeter-West Greenwich Co-op in a high-scoring tilt at the Rhode Island Sports Center, 8-6, on Saturday evening. Standout … more
By PETE FONTAINE People were sitting – and standing – in just about every available space inside the storied Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School Gymnasium Tuesday afternoon. A playoff game … more
Richard Therrien is spending this holiday season dressed as Santa and making appearances at the Artists’ Exchange in Cranston, the Trudeau Center in Warwick, and private homes. He’s spent the … more
Warwick ranked as the third safest city in the United States by the independent financial analyst company Wallethub, behind only South Burlington, VT and Nashua, NH, according to their “2017’s … more
By PETE FONTAINE If you’d like to hear some extraordinary musical works, plan on being inside the Johnston High School Auditorium tonight anytime after 6:30 p.m. for what promises to be the best … more
The Second Annual J-DAPA Jingle Bazaar will be held at Johnston Senior High School on Saturday, December 9 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The event will be held at Johnston Senior High School and will … more
With a few minor electrical and fire alarm adjustments, the East Greenwich Animal Protection League’s new home at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston is ready to start operations. EGAPL has been … more
By this time next year, many of those Benny’s stores that closed this year will have re-opened as restaurants, coffee shops, retail operations and, quite possibly, supermarkets and some office … more
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