Johnston Sun Rise
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By PETE FONTIANE All of the Johnston incumbents facing challengers - District 1 Town Councilman Richard J. DelFino III, state Sen. Frank Lombardo III, state Rep. Deborah A. Fellela, and state Sen. Stephen Archambault - scored resounding re-election more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Officer released from hospital after accident A Cranston police officer hurt last week in an accident that occurred while he was participating in a motorcycle escort for a funeral procession in Johnston has been released from the more
After scoring just 28 points in its first three league games, the Johnston football team has picked up its offense and put it into high gear and has now scored 152 points in its last four league games. The Panthers would more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Police are crediting the use of social media and assistance from the public with helping to quickly identify and apprehend three suspects in the theft of thousands of dollars worth of sunglasses from OPTX Rhode Island late last month. more
SOUTHSIDE WITH YOU * * * (Michelle & Barack's first date) Tika Sumptner plays Michelle Robinson and Parker Sawyers plays Barack Obama in this charming, talky little movie that imagines what their first date was like. Michelle is Barack's supervisor in a more
They came with their friends, they came with their families - but some may have never left. For over 150 years, Rocky Point was known as Rhode Island’s summertime playground. Generations of New … more
Mike Penta puts friends first. The Republican City Committee chairman was one of those who attended the announcement of Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson that she would run for the House District 21 seat. Vella-Wilkinson is a more
With the arrival of summer, election season is again heating up. This week brought the three-day window for elected office hopefuls to file declaration of candidacy forms, with the final deadline … more
Hockey legends of yesteryear, upstart high school stars, and even fans will make up the roster for the Rhode Island Reds Heritage Society's 16th annual reunion, which is on tap for Sunday, Aug. 7, at Goddard Park Memorial State Park in more
Cranston’s Brittney Bidwell was in some mighty select company Sunday afternoon inside Goddard Memorial State Park in Warwick. The East High senior-to-be sat on stage with some of the biggest … more
By JEN COWART The students at St. Rocco School now have the opportunity to extend their learning beyond the traditional school day hours. The school recently kicked off a new session of after school enrichment activities. We have started a multi-age" more
Now that he is living in East Greenwich, Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) Chairman Aaron Guckian is resigning from the board after nearly a decade of service to the city. Mayor Scott Avedisian appointed Guckian to replace board member Anthony D'Antuono when more
No. 3 Central erased a 2-1 deficit on Tuesday evening, winning the fourth and fifth sets to down No. 2 Johnston, 3-2, in the Division III volleyball quarterfinals. After the Knights dominated the first set, cruising to a more
Rhode Island’s size, and the fact that elections here are community-run rather than directed by some large external organization, is one of the best safeguards against voter fraud. “It’s … more
“Right now the environment of Warwick schools seems toxic. There are a lot of people playing the blame game instead of trying to move anything forward. This is getting us nowhere and, inevitably, … more
By PETE FONTAINE It's a new annual event featuring old-fashioned fun, and also serves as a unique learning experience. It's the wonderful work of Julie-anne Zarrella, Kim Hatton, and Felicia Chionchio, just to name a few folks. It's the Early Childhood more
Barnes students show Halloween spirit At Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School, Halloween on Monday gave all the staff and students a chance to show their school spirit, dressing in orange and black for the day. In kindergarten, however, the students and more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Authorities are exploring upgraded charges following the death of a second person injured in an August fire in town. Deputy Police Chief Daniel Parrillo on Wednesday said Dolores Pagano has died as a result of injuries sustained in more
On Saturday, Nov. 5 at Roger Williams Park, the Rhode Island Building and Construction Trades Council will hold its annual BIG Walk Harvest Hike" 5k Walk/Fun-Run to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS). Registration will begin at" more
The sport of wrestling just recorded a pin, an off-mat move that will further boost programs at three different levels in Johnston. “This is an insurance policy for the kids who wrestle in … more
By TIM FORSBERG The often outspoken recycling magnate Louis Vinagro Jr. - known for his former pig farm operations, his past write-in campaign for mayor of Johnston, and his trash and reclamation businesses - has thrown his hat into the race for the more
By TIM FORSBERG Karin Gorman, director of Rhode Islanders for Immigration Law Enforcement, is making an independent run for the District 43 seat in the Rhode Island House of … more
Cumulus Media and Top 40/Rhythmic radio station WWKX-FM, HOT 106 in Providence announce the launch today of the all-new HOT Morning Show, with a live and local line-up featuring native Rhode Islanders Bekah Berger and Mike D. The HOT Morning Show airs more
By PETE FONTAINE Local businesses, crafters, families, and others from across the community helped make the weekend's first-ever Rhode Island Scarecrow Festival a great success. Johnston War Memorial Park was a sea of scarecrows Saturday afternoon for more
By HARRY KANE Finally, there's light at the end of the tunnel for Nikki Batsford. The Johnston resident, who has hydrocephalus, said she might finally get access to a doctor who she believes could save her life. Dr. Mark Luciano is the director of the more
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