By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Teachers' Union and the Warwick School Committee agreed to a tentative agreement for a new contract in the wee hours of Thursday morning, Oct. 19.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- In a historic policy change, the Boy Scouts of America will now open its door to girls and allow them to attain the rank of Eagle Scout.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The approximately 31,000 cars that traverse back and forth on Airport Road each day have a new choice to satisfy their hunger, as Palazzo's Pizza and Pub is now open for business.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Billy Yates didn't last as a dishwasher at The Inn. It's not that Billy couldn't wash dishes. Rather, he was made a line cook, and that changed his life.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The second part of a series on the opioid epidemic, which delves into the psychology behind addiction and today's cultural environment that cultivates it.
By MICHAEL HUBER -- At 24 years old, Allie Marshall, who graduated from Pilgrim and went on to earn a degree at URI, has had roles in 44 films, TV shows and syndicated features.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Foster children who depend on court advocates got a big boost from the Rotary Club of Warwick Thursday.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- To many, the concept is alien and excessive. However, what does this policy entail beyond the surface, and are the teachers getting a bad rap for unfair reasons?
By JOHN HOWELL and TIM FORSBERG -- Might Rhode Island - possibly Warwick - be the site for Amazon HQ2, a second North American headquarters, eventually employing 50,000 people?
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- They're going to try again. The Warwick Teachers Union and School Committee have agreed to meet for mediation on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Planning Department has issued a recommendation to approve the bid from the International Charter School, who wishes to purchase and renovate the former Aldrich Junior High School building.
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Citizens Bank teamed up with L.E.A.D. US for a bike build with the employees at the Warwick Crowne Plaza, which were gifted to Oakland Beach Elementary students.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The future of healthier meat is available right here in Warwick, and it's made of...peas?