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Johnston’s local newspaper has been trying to land a tour of the Amazon construction site for more than a year. The Sun Rise received its first official rejection from Amazon on Jan. 18, … more
Johnston’s lane time has expired. The town’s lone bowling alley will soon close. Although an exact date has not been released, Town Hall Lanes will cease operation in several … more
Have you swiped your bank card at this automatic teller machine (ATM)? Hours after Johnston Police discovered a “skimming device” attached to a Killingly Street ATM, they were looking … more
The Park Theater at 848 Park Ave. will be hosting a “Comedy for a Cause” event to raise funds needed to help purchase a new wheelchair accessible van for community activist Tina Pederson … more
Chef Walters Cooking School doesn’t look like much from the outside, but upon walking into the quaint little house at 162 Mayfield Ave. visitors find a fully fledged commercial style kitchen, … more
After pressure from the City Council to speed up renovation plans for Budlong Pool, Mayor Ken Hopkins has agreed to reduce the plans for renovation to just the pool and bathhouse which was announced … more
Former Cranston Mayor Steve Laffey brought his campaign to make Americans aware “we are leaving no future for our children” to the Ocean State Friday. His Rhode Island stop — … more
A small group of Cranston residents continue to raise concerns over noise levels produced by the nearby police gun range off Phenix Avenue across from the Cranston West football field, used for … more
To bring awareness to sleep health and sleep disorders, Richelle Topping, Cranston resident and trained speaker with the Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program will participate in a “sleep … more
“I always remember my mother telling me that he was afraid of heights,” said Debra Favicchio, the niece of Medal of Honor recipient Pvt. George J. Peters. “Yet when he signed up and … more
Councilwoman Aniece Germain plans to unveil legislation at the March 27 City Council meeting that would allow on street parking between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. Under city code any street parking … more
Ronald Pelletier sniffed the corned beef flavored air. He was thirsty. A woman leaned over his left shoulder and asked, “You gonna have beer or wine today?” “I’m gonna … more
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