By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Adventure seekers and those missing out-of-state family members have six new reasons to rejoice, as Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday they would be expanding their low-fare services to six more cities out of T.F. Green Airport this fall and next spring.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Major construction work to modernize various features at Warwick Veterans Junior High School are underway and ahead of schedule, and should be complete by December 2017.
By JOSH FAIOLA -- In times of extreme difficulty, people look to their friends and family to lean on. However, a difficult time will not stop the family of Erin Taylor, Alison Fracassa, Kim Hooper and Megan Higgins from standing strong.
By JOHN HOWELL -- It was built as a high school, transitioned into a junior high school and then closed when Warwick secondary schools were consolidated a year ago. Now, Aldrich could reopen as a school.
Rhode Island's Unclaimed Property Division processed 10,070 claims, returning more than $12.2 million in property to its rightful owners in the fiscal year ending on June 30, Treasurer Seth Magaziner has announced.
By JOHN HOWELL There is no way Richard Crenca will forget his first day as Public Works Director for the Town of North Kingstown. It was the day that Hurricane Bob hit the state in 1991. Nor will Crenca forget the day that he gave his notice to the City
A Warwick church is among dozens of organizations that will benefit from nearly $225,000 in grants to fund community-building projects across the state The Rhode Island Foundation announced last week. The Community Grants program will support creating
By JOHN HOWELL Matthew Hajjar of West Warwick was smiling Tuesday morning. He was holding a sheet of paper, his learner's permit. Now he was ready to be handed the keys to the family car. His mother, Shannon, was also smiling, but she wasn't about to
During my first morning tagging horseshoe crabs I was greeted warmly by two volunteers. Upon this encounter I was surprised to hear the volunteers refer to the horseshoe crabs with endearments. The horseshoe crabs were referred to
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A petition signed by more than 70 parents of current and former students at Cedar Hill Elementary School is calling for the immediate removal of Dr. Colleen Mercurio as principal, citing six specific instances - including three instances of student-on-student sexual assault, an instance of cyber bullying and a child who was bitten by a tick and wound up with Lyme disease.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee voted 4-1 last Tuesday to approve the revised school budget for Fiscal 18, which totals $161,795,442.
By JOHN HOWELL -- How do you fit 60 people into a building designed for more than 800 students and a staff of at least 100? The answer: you give everyone lots of space.
JOSH FAIOLA -- Dog enthusiasts will have a hard time not falling in love with Truman and his story, as he has overcome so much since he was found. Now, Truman the pit bull terrier, labrador mix is looking for a forever home.
An unprecedented visual portrayal of our spectacular, distant neighbor, Jupiter, is now available to everyone on Earth with an internet connection, thanks to a talented Warwick graphic designer (and maybe some help from NASA).