News

RIDE visits classes for special ed review

By TESSA ROY After the research portion began in January, the State Department of Education continued its review of Warwick's Special Education program with school visits this week. Superintendent Philip Thornton and Mayor Scott Avedisian requested the
SPORTS

Pats use depth to overpower Wizards

After dropping consecutive games to Tolman and Shea to start the month, the Pilgrim boys' basketball team has bounced back admirably. The Pats rattled off their second straight win on Tuesday night, overpowering West Warwick
Police logs

Police Log

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCEA driver who recently told police officers “[Expletive] this. Just tow my [expletive] car and arrest me. I’m not going to do any of this, I refuse” was …
Entertainment

FirstWorks welcomes Rennie Harris on Feb. 24

FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to connecting art with audiences, continues its 2016/2017 Artistic Icons Series with celebrated street dance company Rennie Harris …

Epic's "Rasheeda Speaking" a tense psychological drama

By DON FOWLER Cranston's Epic Theatre brings us a tense psychological/sociological/political one-act play that will challenge your emotions and feelings for the four characters that interact with each other in the workplace. The setting is Dr. Williams'
OPINION

Memorable gift celebrating 102 years

To the Editor: The Greenwood Terrace Tenant Association decided to give me a surprise birthday party on January 14 as it would be my 102nd birthday. The president of the Association, Rosanne Andrews, and treasurer Nancy DeShaies planned it all. They sent
LIFESTYLES

WSBE: 50 years of ‘lively’ educational programming

Fifty years, 300,000 households watching weekly, and thousands of donating members are just some of the numbers representative of Rhode Island’s PBS station WSBE as it celebrates half a century of …