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After nearly a decade of operating its headquarters in Providence, Universal Wealth Management (UWM) has announced it has relocated to 945 Reservoir Ave. in Cranston. To celebrate the grand opening of its new location, UWM will be holding an open house more
By PETE FONTAINE John Ricci, Richard Montella and others will readily point out that the people of the St. Rocco's Church community that have made the Roman Catholic parish's annual Feast and Festival a Rhode Island tradition for years. From its humble more
“This bass hit when I had about 75 percent of my cast retrieved,” said Brandon Migliore of Sterling, Connecticut (formerly of Coventry) about the record 11.2-pound largemouth bass he … more
On a night when Johnston High School, his alma mater, held its annual Athletic Hall of Fame induction, Johnston resident Joseph G. “Joe” Testa was welcomed into the Rhode Island College Hall of … more
Lisa Baccala, who serves as president of the Johnston Youth Wrestling Association, was standing inside ageless Rainone Gym the other day with a wide smile on her face awaiting the start of the … more
Early Sunday afternoon, Mayor Joseph Polisena and his wife Lucy walked into the Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 at 1418 Plainfield St. on the Johnston-Cranston line and purchased tickets for what the mayor called an extremely important" more
Emotions were running as high as the roaring sounds of the Screamin' Eagles motorcycles that pulled into Johnston Town Centre last Thursday evening. The Johnston Street Machines group brought the curtain down on its 2016 Cruizin' for a more
Through the years, Johnston High School has become well known for some terrific traditions. One in particular is a tradition unlike any other, one faculty members like Greg Russo will tell you is of the utmost importance. It surfaced more
The Johnston Memorial Cancer Events (JMCE) second annual Glocester Co-Ed Memorial Golf Tournament was without question a smashing success. In fact, the 18-hole event - which went on despite drizzle and damp conditions Sunday at Glocester more
To the Editor: This is to inform the citizens and taxpayers of Johnston of an amendment to Town Council Rules 2015-2017 term that was passed at a special meeting on Sept. 26, 2016. They are only going to allow six topics per meeting and three minutes of more
A goal from freshman Luke Vincent was the difference on Monday night as the Johnston Panthers squeaked past the North Providence Cougars, 1-0, on the road. Johnston head coach Dan Mazzulla was thrilled with his team's more
Hurricane Matthew had some people edgy. Joseph DeCenzo at Pleasure Marina in Oakland Beach couldn't help but notice it. While the boating season is drawing to a close and winter hauling has started, he's been getting calls more
She never played a sport at Johnston High School, yet she never missed an athletic contest. She never missed a school dance, and always volunteered for field trips. “And she even stopped a … more
Melissa Petrone was the winner of a gas blower donated by Tourbillon Outdoor at this year's Apple Festival. She is pictured with Shane Piche, co-owner of Tourbillon Outdoor. (Sun Rise photo) more
Sometimes coming in as runner-up has its advantages, such as in the case of Giavanna Arakelian of Johnston, who was crowned Miss RI American Teenager Junior. On Sunday Sept. 25, at the Alpine Country Club in Cranston, the national more
The “Friends of Johnston High School’s football Panthers” recorded a smashing success story last Thursday night in Smithfield. With former Johnston resident Dave DiDonato providing the … more
By PETE FONTAINE It's a tradition Johnston Police Lt. Joseph Salvadore once helped make a success during his younger years as a member of Explorer Post 405. It's a tradition that Sunday will mark 21 years, and one that is vital to the sustained success more
The Johnston football team will aim for its first Division II win of the year this Friday on the road at Mt. Pleasant. The Kilties had a difficult start to the campaign after allowing Pilgrim to come back in the more
The Johnston Panthers are already one of the favorites to take home the Division III girls' soccer title, and their star sophomore is the catalyst of those championship odds. Striker Bianca Robbins scored five more
St. Brigid’s Church held its annual Italian Festival on Sunday inside the Parish Center located at 1463 Plainfield St., drawing more than 100 proud parishioners and many of their friends for a day … more
Cranston man charged with child molestation A Cranston man has been charged with first-degree child molestation. Robert P. Barboza, 46, of 784 Park Ave., was arrested last week in … more
Follow the yellow brick road to Bill Hanney’s award-winning Theatre By The Sea (TBTS) for “The Wizard of Oz.” This twister of a tale begins Wednesday, July 20 through Saturday, August … more
By TIM FORSBERG Mountains are being moved in Johnston - at least in a figurative sense. Initial site work for the proposed Citizens Bank campus near the intersection of Greenville Avenue and Route 295 is approaching completion, and the scope of the more
After being named for the role in February, the Community College of Rhode Island's new president was officially installed on Thursday. Chair of Rhode Island Board of Education Barbara Cottam, Chair of the Council on Postsecondary Education more
By PETE FONTAINE What was once going to be a lacrosse field at the entrance to the Johnston Soccer Complex off Atwood Avenue will now be a state-of-the-art indoor recreation facility, for which Mayor Joseph Polisena and town officials ceremonially broke more
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