By ETHAN HARTLEY -- We've all seen them, but what exactly is the story behind these signs on RI highways?
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick schools will no longer budget for a communications consultant as of the newest recommended budget put forth for FY19 by Superintendent Philip Thornton, which was just one move among many released last week.
By JOHN HOWELL -- In response to neighborhood outrage, the Warwick Sewer Authority has abandoned its planned use of city land that was apparently cleared of trees without WSA approval...
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- For the first time in five years, the Toll Gate Mock Trial team is headed to the national competition, this year held in Reno, Nev. They still need some money to get there, though...
Construction trades students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical got a taste of the fine arts over the past three months and the Warwick Center for the Arts was the beneficiary. As a class project, the students took on the construction of a storage
The Champlin Foundation has announced that Nina Stack, the current president of the New Jersey Council of Grant Makers, has been named its next executive director, succeeding current executive director Keith H. Lang who will retire on June 30, 2018.
Designs on winning Graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center have a way of winning design contests sponsored by nonprofits and corporations. Instructor Jann Rogers Gartner has high hopes of continuing the trend. Her students
By ETHAN HARTLEY Governor Gina Raimondo, along with Mayor Scott Avedisian and Ward 8 Councilman Joseph Gallucci, got a firsthand glimpse into award-winning engineering innovation on Tuesday afternoon as they paid a visit to AquaMotion on Jefferson
By JOHN HOWELL There won't be any tickets to the 53rd Community College of Rhode Island commencement exercises on Friday, May 17. None are being printed because, for the first time, there's no question there will be enough seats for the graduates to
By JOHN HOWELL -- You might have thought a forecast of rain and snow would be reason to cancel a trip to the nation's capital. But then what's the threat of bad weather to World War II and Korean War veterans?
With insufficient members to constitute a quorum, the Zoning Board of Review has been forced to postpone until next month the appeal of the September Planning Board finding that a three-story self-storage unit at Pond Plaza in inconsistent with the
By JOHN HOWELL It's early in the election season - candidates don't need to declare until June - but this time Mark McKenney isn't waiting until the 11th hour. The Democrat and attorney, who for years has been active in civic and municipal events, will
By JOHN HOWELL Had they attended Thursday's reopening ceremony of Red Beam Garage C, Rhode Island Airport Corporation officials might have been surprised to hear James Skeffington Jr., the son of the late James Skeffington, who had the vision for the