News

‘U-Boats in New England’ topic of free lecture at Steamship Society

While World War II was largely fought overseas in Europe and the Pacific, there was another threat that lurked just off the water right here in New England. The Steamship Historical Society of …
Sports

Pats coast past Titans, stay perfect in D-III

The Pilgrim boys’ basketball team pulled away from Toll Gate in the second half Thursday, outscoring the Titans by 13 en route to a 58-36 victory on senior night. The Titans were as hot as any …
Police Logs

Police Log

The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. 93-YEAR-OLD RESCUED On Feb. 6 at 12:05 p.m., Warwick police dispatch received a call from Warwick fire and rescue …
Entertainment

Level Exchange has successful debut with first annual concert

This past Saturday, Providence entrepreneur Lindsey Lerner, a former Warwick resident and Bryant University graduate, got a chance to unveil her latest venture, Level Exchange, by organizing the …

‘Hysteria’ a dream of a play at 2nd Story

Director Ed Shea has a fascination with Freud. He played the famous psychiatrist a summer ago in “Freud’s Last Session.” Shea is back, both starring in and directing Terry Johnson’s …
Opinion

A flurry of figures and lingering doubts

There’s a great deal of uncertainty surrounding numbers in Rhode Island of late – and not just in terms of projected snow accumulation totals. A revised version of the governor’s RhodeWorks …
Lifestyles

Mystery of the Rocky Point 'Tower'

Like an illusion in a fun house or a magician’s slight of hand, there’s a century old structure filled with mystery at Rocky Point Park that has many guessing what it could possibly be. In …
Last Thursday's Edition

Vets evacuated following bomb threat

Thankfully, it wasn’t a typical February day. There could have been snow. The temperatures could have been in the 20s. Instead, temperatures were in the 50s and there was the threat of rain. It …