For those of our readers who had the day off for Columbus Day — or needed ideas for the sitter — our list of things to do topped the chart on Monday.
People always seem to want to keep tabs on the Rhode Island State Police — or, more accurately, the people they arrest. Tuesday was no exception, as our report of a man arrested on a warrant led the most-read list on Tuesday. A close second wasJohnston Police Seek Car-Ramming Suspect, which covered the report of a woman who allegedly drove her van into her ex-husband, then rammed the van into the car he was riding.
Oct. 10: RIHS Football Poll – Week 5
The Johnston High School Panthers' continued grip on the number 5 spot in the Rhode Island High School Football poll — among powerhouses LaSalle, Hendricken, Cranston East, and Portsmouth — nabbed the top spot on Wednesday.
Lots of readers stayed up to watch the Vice Presidential debate on Thursday night — and click on our "JohnstonPatch Asks" article. Up to that point, ourVideon on the Johnston Police Department Promotions and Appointment had gathered the most visits of the day.
Our top local story on Friday was a report from the Johnston Police Department (with an assist by Smithfield Police) of the arrest of a local man on domestic violence charges, his fourth arrest since January, 2011.