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It was an early day for students at Johnston High School on Wednesday when school was dismissed mid-morning following a heating issue at the building. “We have a greenhouse that’s attached to … more
Johnston Planning Board January 9, 2018 Agenda The Johnston Planning Board regular monthly meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, at the Johnston Senior Center … more
The smile on Tammy Barone’s face was priceless. However, the glow from the sounds of the season that echoed through various floors of the award winning Morgan Health Center in Johnston put an … more
SHOPLIFTING After a three-month investigation, Johnston Police have arrested Michael A. Slonski, 47 years of age with a last known address of 52 Miller Avenue, Apt. #2 in Providence. According to a press release, Slonski was wanted by the Johnston Police more
JOHNSTON ZONING BOARD AGENDA December 28, 2017 Notice is here by given that the Zoning Board of Review will hold its monthly meeting on December 28, 2017 at 6:30 pm, at Johnston Senior Center, … more
COURTNEY E. BOYD ALEXANDER MILLER BUCCI William Francis and Dawn Marie Boyd of Green Meadow Drive, Narragansett, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Courtney E. Boyd, to Alexander Miller Bucci, son of Paul Michael and Christine Marie Bucci more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Contrary to what some may think, Rhode Island does NOT have the worst drivers in the country. However that doesn't mean we're particularly good either. more
The Johnston/North Providence Co-op hockey team pulled into a tie for first place in Division III with a thrilling, 3-2 victory over Pilgrim at the Rhode Island Sports Center on Saturday evening. … more
As most know, the holidays are a giving season, and the Johnston Senior High School National Honor Society knows this more than anyone. This group of hardworking, high-achieving students is highly … more
As part of the recent CS4RI statewide computer science summit, a special three-hour session was held for school administrators and guidance counselors to discuss why computer science education … more
Not since 1929 has there been such an innovative golf go-round at picturesque Glocester Country Club as there was Monday at the private and snow-covered nine-hole layout. The New Year’s Day … more
With temperatures dipping into the single digits, National Grid customers are using about 60 percent more natural gas than they would if the thermometer was reading in the 30s. Based on the … more
The Middletown Islanders started the contest with a 16-0 run and never looked back as they beat the Johnston Panthers, 61-50, in Division II boys’ basketball action at Johnston High School on … more
By PETE FONTAINE To say that the annual Ricky Salzillo Memorial Game Dinner is an extraordinary event may, in fact, be understating what proceeds have done for people since its inception some 40 … more
By PETE FONTAINE When Anthony Ursillo heard that Emily Luther was coming home to Rhode Island after her extraordinary run on NBC’s Emmy award-winning television show The Voice and was going to … more
Like most people, Greg Russo was ecstatic that Special Olympics Rhode Island postponed, not cancelled, its 42nd Annual Penguin Plunge. “I really thought it would be too risky for our … more
SHOPLIFTING After a three-month investigation, Johnston Police have arrested Michael A. Slonski, 47 years of age with a last known address of 52 Miller Avenue, Apt. #2 in Providence. According … more
With a major winter storm bearing down on the region, Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, is encouraging … more
It’s that time of year again when students at Johnston High School are in the process of preparing for the 2018 Rhode Island Special Olympics Penguin Plunge. Students are welcome to join the … more
Perhaps like never before, at least in recent memory, have there been such awesome acts of caring and sharing as there was last Wednesday morning on Cherry Hill. What some people called “great … more
By PETE FONTAINE It’s called “Freezin’ for a Reason” and is a fund-raising event unlike any other in Rhode Island. It’s called “One of the coolest New Year’s Day events” that … more
Scituate/Woonsocket Co-op’s Garrett Rebholz scored an unassisted goal with just 28 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game at 2 and force overtime and, after a scoreless extra period, … more
Last week thousands of middle and high school students and educators from around the state gathered together at the URI Ryan Center for the second annual CS4RI Computer Science Summit. On the … more
The Honorable Linda E. McMahon, Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, will be the keynote speaker at the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on February 8, 2018 … more
Beginning Reader Book Club The Mohr Library will hold a series of Beginner Reading Book Club beginning Jan. 8, which will be also held on Jan. 22, Jan. 29, Feb. 5, and Feb. 12 with all sessions … more
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