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The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. ARMED ROBBERY The Johnston Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in regards to an armed robbery. On January 27 at more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT On Feb. 5 at approximately 6:20 p.m., Detective James Seymore was on an assigned detail at the Tri Town Community Health building on Hartford Avenue. He was standing outside of the building in the area of the crosswalk when he observed more
ASSAULT On February 3 at approximately noon, Officer Vanessa Wilcox along with several members of the department were dispatched to Monroe Auto Service on Atwood Avenue for a report of a female party who claimed she had been pepper sprayed. Upon arrival, more
MOTHER CHARGED WITH ABUSE Tina Marie Tucker, 36, of 12 Forest Hill Drive in Johnston, is being charged by the Johnston Police Department with cruelty to or neglect of a child and child abuse in the first degree, both felony charges. On December 6, 2018, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The progress towards more gender equality in the military, while far from complete, has begun to drive home a long-overdue point – being a man is not a pre-requisite to be a soldier, or a veteran, for that matter. more
Homecoming, a unique event that as history has it, got its start on college campuses as a fall celebration of the first football game of the season for which alumni would return to their alma mater. … more
By TIM FORSBERG It was clear from the beginning of Tuesday night’s Town Council meeting that there would be fireworks. Prior to starting official business, council president Anthony Verardo … more
Once the heart-warming applause that echoed through the posh dining/sitting room at Briarcliffe Gardens subsided, Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena said, with excitement ringing in his up-beat tone of … more
By PETE FONTAINE Informative, informational, impressive! Those words best describe Project Health, a comprehensive free screening program that CVS Health held at two different locations in Johnston last Friday. During two, four-hour offerings at CVS more
By JOHN HOWELL While it will mean some temporary inconvenience, Mayor Joseph Polisena is happy the state Department of Transportation is moving ahead with the repaving of large sections of Hartford Avenue. He said Monday the work has been long needed and more
By PETE FONTAINE Ye olde Belknap School has never looked better. That's the assessment many people offered Saturday of the 125-year-old building which was officially dedicated Saturday as the permanent home of the Johnston Land Trust. During a brief yet more
There are days when Kelly Estes wakes up and doesn’t know if her daughter is dead or alive. “I went hunting for her for hours the other morning, and I just could not find her. For all I know … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police, and other departments. ARSON On July 28 at approximately 7:35 p.m., Officer Merrick Cook and Sergeant Joseph McGinn responded to a Simmonsville Avenue more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. SUSPENDED LICENSE On June 8 at approximately 11:30 a.m., Officer Remy Mendez reports he was on a fixed post in the area of Hartford more
What will have 37 vendors, Rhode Island’s “Top Cop,” a native and popular television news anchor, a smorgasbord of food and more enthusiasm than a rookie about to start his first Major League … more
By PETE FONTAINE The stories about Orlando Ricci's life are endless. Perhaps the most common query about Ricci, who three years ago was named one of the nation's top 100 centenarians by a noted New York publishing house, is: Just how old is the Johnston more
By PETE FONTAINE Let the record book show that the children who make up Rosemary Petrucci's fourth grade class at Winsor Hill Elementary School are now known as Johnston's Ambassador's to Japan. Let the record book show that those children, who are more
By TIM FORSBERG Trustworthy, loyal, helpful and friendly are just a few of the words used to describe Patrick W. Young, who was elevated to the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank of Eagle Scout in a ceremony held last Sunday. The Boy Scouts of all" more
The students at Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary got a firsthand lesson in consumerism with their recently held Flea Market. In their social studies classes, students have learned all about the … more
The RI Home Show, an event in its 68th year and produced by the RI Builders Association, welcomes the return of the 2nd Annual Spring Flower & Garden Show as a major feature within the show April 5 … more
It has not been an easy road to the Final Four for the two-time Division II champion Johnston Lady Panthers basketball team. In their first round state tournament game, the third-seeded Panthers … more
What most people know is that Louis Anthony “Lou” Lamoriello is one of the nation’s most respected and decorated college and professional hockey executives in history. What most people … more
By JOHN HOWELL and TIM FORSBERG The National Grid Emergency Operation Center –“the Storm Room” – was like the eye of a hurricane Saturday afternoon. It had power, although that … more
The ceremony was brief but of the utmost importance to people like Greg Russo, a veteran faculty member at Johnston High School, concurred. Sometime around 11:15 Monday morning, JHS secretary … more
They didn’t win any banners, titles or championships, yet, the undergrads that represented Johnston High School in Rhode Island Interscholastic League indoor track will go down as history … more
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