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Add the title of StormReady to the Town of Johnston’s list of keeping citizens protected and informed of impending weather related incidents that threatens life, limb and property. Rhode Island … more
It takes a lot to overwhelm Christina Rondeau. After all, the Johnston businesswoman has won numerous kick-boxing and boxing championships and is a member of Martial Arts Hall of Fame. There's proof everywhere inside Rondeau's Kickboxing more
Gentian Garden Club The Gentian Garden Club will hold their February meeting on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at the North Scituate Community House, 546 West Greenville Road, Rt. 116, North Scituate. Their … more
The students of Brown Avenue School were treated with visits by several local celebrities last Thursday as they celebrated World Read Aloud Day. “As a reading specialist at Brown Ave., I wanted … more
The Ferri Middle School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams recently honored their eighth-grade players, holding special pre-game ceremonies at their respective final regular-season home … more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT Patrolman Adam Parkinson along with several members of the department responded to 776 Hartford Avenue on February 1 around 11:45 a.m. in reference to a disturbance at the … more
More than 150 people turned out last Saturday to celebrate the life of Rachel Elizabeth Carson, the 18-year-old Johnston High School senior who passed away on January 14 following a brief illness. … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG All 39 cities and towns in the state are now recognized as storm ready" by the National Weather Service (NWS) and the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA). Rhode Island becomes the first state in the country to have all" more
By JOHN HOWELL The last days of December and the first days of the New Year were painfully cold, with temperatures hovering around zero. At least for the foreseeable future, such temperatures aren't in the forecast. But that doesn't mean natural gas more
The Johnston/North Providence Co-op boys’ hockey team snapped its four-game losing streak with a commanding, 6-0 shutout of Narragansett/Chariho Co-op at URI’s Brad Boss Arena on Saturday … more
“Ricky was really looking down upon us today,” Stephen W. Placella said Sunday afternoon. “The response from this year’s dinner has been absolutely unbelievable … overwhelming to a … more
By PETE FONTAINE Like some people, Vince Baccari is cautiously optimistic about the New England Patriots chances in Sunday’s Super Bowl 52. Baccari, who serves as Johnston’s … more
In the rough and tumble world of kickboxing and grueling fitness workouts, Christina Rondeau always shines. Friday night, however, the highly-decorated world champion and Johnston businesswoman … more
He’s steeped with over four decades of fire fighting experiences – from training to management to important grant writing – ever since he came out of high school and became a valuable volunteer … more
For Victoria Pizzarelli, who owns and operates the Exit Realty Professionals at 1304 Atwood Avenue in Johnston, last Wednesday’s ribbon cutting ceremony also served as a homecoming of sorts. A … more
Few companies in recent history have changed the town’s landscape as much as Citizens Bank’s campus project on Greenville Avenue. While construction of the more than 420,000-square-foot facility … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. UNSEALED ALCOHOL On January 28 at approximately 11:06 p.m., Officer … more
Two-time New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion Rodney Harrison has a lot in common with people who attended last year’s Our Lady of Grace pigskin party inside Fioretti Hall in Johnston. The … more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena sat at his desk inside the Executive Chamber last Friday and declared: “I’m very proud of our firefighters. Hopefully, we won’t have to use … more
The well-displayed poster featured two hockey teams, one dating back to 1898 that featured the Brown University squad that defeated Harvard, 6-0, in the first intercollegiate game ever played in the … more
A memorial service for 18-year-old Rachel Elizabeth Carson, who passed away unexpectedly on January 14, will be held this weekend. A senior at Johnston Senior High School, Carson was a proud … more
The titanic Boeing wide bodied 767 roared to life. Its turbines started to make faster revolutions until the whirlpool decal on the front of the engines became a blur and the roar of a hundred or so rabid fans standing in the cold behind the airport more
Christopher Durang’s 2013 Tony Award winning play “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” comes to the Barker Playhouse in Providence, with compelling performances by the six-person cast. … more
Burbage Theatre’s two-character play, “Venus in Fur,” is not only one red hot play, it is also the hottest ticket in Rhode Island. Don’t miss David Ives’ funny, cerebral, clever, erotic, … more
Ever since its founding many moons ago, and especially during the past decade at its “new” home at 1291 Hartford Avenue, the Johnston Senior Center has been many things for countless … more
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