By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Associate Justice Susan McGuirl ruled Monday in support of a temporary restraining order to prevent large numbers of teachers from calling out sick as a means to shut down school operations.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- In a historic policy change, the Boy Scouts of America will now open its door to girls and allow them to attain the rank of Eagle Scout.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- To many, the concept is alien and excessive. However, what does this policy entail beyond the surface, and are the teachers getting a bad rap for unfair reasons?
By MICHAEL HUBER -- At 24 years old, Allie Marshall, who graduated from Pilgrim and went on to earn a degree at URI, has had roles in 44 films, TV shows and syndicated features.
By MICHAEL HUBER -- “Birthday Bags” is a program from Cornerstone aimed at lessening the health strains for homebound seniors who have little to no social contact with the outside world.
With the recent retirement of City Clerk Judy Wild, Mayor Scott Avedisian will submit the name of Lyn Pagliarini, the current deputy clerk, for City Council advice and approval to fill that position.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Foster children who depend on court advocates got a big boost from the Rotary Club of Warwick Thursday.
Greenwood School PTO president Nicole Lautieri and other PTO officers were looking for a fun way to raise funds for school activities. They found it in a color-a-thon.
By JOHN HOWELL and TIM FORSBERG -- Might Rhode Island - possibly Warwick - be the site for Amazon HQ2, a second North American headquarters, eventually employing 50,000 people?
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- They're going to try again. The Warwick Teachers Union and School Committee have agreed to meet for mediation on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Planning Department has issued a recommendation to approve the bid from the International Charter School, who wishes to purchase and renovate the former Aldrich Junior High School building.
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Citizens Bank teamed up with L.E.A.D. US for a bike build with the employees at the Warwick Crowne Plaza, which were gifted to Oakland Beach Elementary students.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The future of healthier meat is available right here in Warwick, and it's made of...peas?