Spotlight

Study shows Rhody drivers aren’t worst in country

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Contrary to what some may think, Rhode Island does NOT have the worst drivers in the country. However that doesn't mean we're particularly good either.
SPORTS

West uses balance to get by rival East

Cranston West defended its home court on Friday night, executing its defensive game plan en route to securing a 46-34 victory over rival Cranston East in Division I girls' basketball action. The Falcons featured a balanced
Police/Crime

Police Log

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCEOn February 9 around 10:22 p.m., Officer Holleran responded to 3376 Post Road in the area of The Remington House for a vehicle versus pedestrian motor vehicle accident. At …
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Warwick Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Jack

Jack is a Greyhound mix, so he is a tall boy with a pretty brindle colored coat and sparkling brown eyes. He has a very gentle, sweet nature. He is a 12-year-old boy looking for a loving home.
OPINION

Accusation without substance

To the Editor:The book review by Leslie Epstein titled “Nazis in Tinsel Town,” in the Standard of February 5 was read by me with great interest and agreement. It was excellent; that is …
LIFESTYLE

PETER RABBIT

PETER RABBIT * * * (Beautiful animation with violence) Beatrix Potter's tale of Peter Rabbit is told with beautiful drawings, pastel colors and the combination of live action and animation. The kids and adults will love the animal characters, most
OBITUARIES

Cleonice Columba (Santilli) Razza

Cleonice Columba (Santilli) Razza, 97, of Warwick, died Saturday Feb. 18,2018, at home. She was the beloved wife of the late Ernest Razza. Cleonice was born in Warwick, a daughter of the late …
AROUND R.I.

Forgiveness in the face of absolute evil

Eva Mozes Kor provided her firsthand account of surviving a concentration camp at Auschwitz during a lecture at Rhode Island College’s Sapinsley Hall in Sapinsley Hall at Rhode Island College. She …