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By PETE FONTAINE No matter what the event or theme, the Manton Seniors have always had a flair for the unusual. Take Sunday's annual Halloween Dinner Dance, for example. Such notables as Kim Kardashian and gangsters like the legendary Al Capone showed up more
Cleanup continues The Citizens Bank cleanup continues in Johnston. A team of 13 Citizens employees turned out Friday to clean another of Johnston's historical cemeteries located at the intersection of George Waterman Road and Vacca Street. Vin Jackvony, more
St. David's on the Hill, 200 Meshanticut Valley Parkway, Cranston, will hold its Grannie's Attic Indoor Yard Sale and Holiday on the Hill Bazaar Nov. 12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Featuring jewelry, baked goods, Christmas items, knitted items, Elsie's tea with more
To the Editor: I am happy to report the Hiring Our Heroes veterans job fair last week in Warwick was a great success. Over 100 veterans and military spouses participated, with more than 40 veterans receiving job offers at the fair. This was an increase more
“Work hard every day,” Nate Leaman, who has built Providence College’s ice hockey Friars into a national power, told two-dozen plus students inside Nicole Whittaker’s pre-K classroom last … more
By PETE FONTAINE Who needs Hallmark or other greeting card makers?" a lady mused inside Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center's main dining room last Friday morning. "Especially when we've got Joe Golomboski's great works right here." Each" more
With the regular season nearing its end, all three Warwick schools are once again in action this week. After a big win at Portsmouth last week, Hendricken will look to keep its unbeaten season rolling, while Pilgrim and Toll more
By JOHN HOWELL Nathan Bonds came to Rhode Island from Indiana in 2013 to take a job as a quality manager for Quality Spray Technologies. He found a house in Cranston, and he, his wife, and five daughters settled into the community. Then, more than a year more
Thornton holds Healthy Kids Day On Oct. 18, Thornton Elementary School held a Healthy Kids Day which consisted of a series of stations with information and activities for the students. Stations included the American Heart Association, electrical safety, more
By KAYLEE LAMEIRO On Tuesday, Oct. 18 there was an important game for the undefeated Johnston Lady Panthers. The Lady Panthers were matched up against East Providence who had been also undefeated this season. This game was a back and forth battle, but at more
Some lucky Johnston Public School students will soon be sitting inside TD Garden to watch the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Mayor Joseph Polisena made that announcement Monday morning in Town … more
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
The CCRI women's soccer team traveled to Brockton, Massachusetts, to play the Warriors of Massasoit Community College for a Region XXI non-league match last Wednesday. The Lady Knights defeated the Warriors, 4-0. With the victory, the Lady Knights more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Scarecrow Festival The first annual RI Scarecrow Festival will take place Oct. 29 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Johnston Memorial Park. This free community event has something for everyone. Activities include a scarecrow contest, pumpkin more
Women & Infants Hospital recently presented three DAISY Awards to nurses Dacia Dailey, RN, of Pawtucket; Alicia Santilli-Pace, RN, of Johnston; and Sandi Liberti, RN, of Bristol. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's program to recognize the above more
After 27 years, Jean M. Johnson is leaving her post as executive director of House of Hope Community Development Corporation, which she and other committed citizens founded as a two-family shelter in a converted schoolhouse and developed into one of more
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