News

4th graders come up with fun facts from 50 states

Every year, fourth graders at Randall Holden Elementary School end the school year by showing off their social studies skills. The students gathered in the all purpose room June 16 to put on a …
Sports

Maynard leads Senerchia to split with Gershkoff

The Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 legion baseball team salvaged a split against Senerchia Post 74 on Monday night at Cranston Stadium, winning the nightcap of the doubleheader, 8-6, after …
Police Logs

Police Log

The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. PHONE SCAMS On June 16 at 3:27 p.m., Officer David Boardman was dispatched to the lobby at Warwick Police …
Entertainment

Patriots’ Tony Collins signing book at Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble Warwick is pleased to host former New England Patriots player Tony Collins for a booksigning for his book Broken Road: Turning My Mess Into a Message on Saturday, June 25th from 1-3 …

Rhythm & Roots returns to Ninigret Park Sept. 2-4

The 19th annual Rhythm & Roots Festival announces its spectacular all-star lineup for Sept. 2-4. Held every Labor Day weekend at beautiful Ninigret Park in the ocean-side community of Charlestown, …
Opinion

Celebrating safely

School is out, summer has arrived, and one of our most cherished holidays is right around the corner. The coming Fourth of July weekend affords an opportunity to spend time with friends and loved …
Lifestyles

‘The stories of our past stay with us’: Scores celebrate cleanup at Oakland Cemetery’s Armenian section

"If there is something we can do to preserve our place in history and to bring light to it, we feel compelled to do so,” said Stephen Elmasian, treasurer for the Men’s Club of Sts. Vartanantz …
Last Thursday's Edition

Exposing, bringing awareness to elderly abuse

As Rhode Island’s population continues to age, there is a growing but “silent” epidemic for our elderly population, an issue St. Elizabeth Community and their Haven aims to bring awareness to. …