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Christopher B. Maselli says he wants a second chance. The Rhode Island judiciary granted his wish. Now, he’s asking Johnston’s voters to do the same. The real estate attorney and … more
In November Warwick will be asked whether the City should issue $350 million in bonds to build new Pilgrim and Toll Gate High Schools. But before then at least three forums are planned with the … more
Despite an appeal for residents to limit outdoor water uses, the consumption of water in the city is running about twice what it usually is for this time of year, averaging more than 1 million … more
Movies in the Park that had been planned for this Thursday at Rocky Point Park has been moved to Aug. 4 due to the uncertainty of the weather. The movie is Luca and the event is free to the … more
Those hunting for remnants of the HMS Gaspee that colonists set afire more than 250 years ago off Namquid Point (now Gaspee Point) have located multiple targets as of Tuesday, but so far, only one … more
At 12:07 a.m., Sunday, July 17, Rhode Island State Troopers arrested Michael F. Sabitoni, 55, of 22 Peppermint Lane, Johnston, for Driving Under the Influence of an Intoxicating Liquor and/or Drugs … more
When the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) drafted a 20-year master plan for Green Airport in 2019, it was thought expansion of air cargo facilities to the south of the terminal in what is now … more
By JOHN HOWELL Gaspee Point has hidden its secrets well, although divers found a “cultural item,” a brick, as they prepared over the weekend for a more extensive search this week in … more
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By JOHN HOWELL Victoria Sullivan says this is going to be a great year for corn. She should know. Sullivan has worked at Morris Farm on Warwick Avenue through the droughts and years when the … more
By JOHN HOWELL Turn the clock back 250 years and the locals, if they dared risk being accused of the deed, would know exactly where the HMS Gaspee ran aground off Namquid Point. They could point … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Opera singer Claire Stadtmueller describes herself as a farm girl by day and diva by night. Growing up on a farm in New Jersey, Stadtmueller brought her roots to Western Cranston … more
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