By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The house could not withstand the fireball which engulfed it on Monday morning, which Warwick fire officials are officially investigating as an arson.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Superintendent Philip Thornton revealed last week a list of potential line items on the chopping block in order to free up money to pay retroactive pay raises for the teachers.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A presentation attended by many local hotel workers and managers, in accordance with the FBI, sought to shine light on an often overlooked but unfortunately prevalent issue: human trafficking.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Keep smiling in the face of "number twos." That's what Reverend Justin Lester told the crowd at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet on the morning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Islanders would be the losers if Brown University and Prospect Medical Holdings based in California were to acquire Care New England Health System, says the man who ran Kent Hospital for the past five years.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee has taken a united stand against charter schools. The committee unanimously approved a resolution opposing any charter school from opening within the city.
Pilgrim senior Sophia Kate Carter and Taliq Tillman of Providence were selected from among the state’s top student leaders to participate in the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) 56th annual Washington Week.
By KOBY GARTNER -- Burst water pipes caused by prolonged low temperatures have led to another busy season for Christopher Sanford and others faced with cleaning up and restoring buildings affected by water damage.
Local teams also had a strong showing at the FIRST LEGO League Rhode Island Championship on Saturday, Jan. 13.
By JOHN HOWELL The weekend deep freeze that is cracking pipes and put a dent in homeowner heating budgets has left a sheet of ice across Narragansett Bay but, so far, conditions haven't stopped the delivery of fuel and heating oil to Providence suppliers
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Anybody who believes one person can't make a difference in the world - or that only adults can orchestrate change in life - should have a sit-down with 10-year-old Madeline Murray.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- City Council President Joseph Solomon took the opportunity during the first council meeting of the 2018 calendar year to levy criticism at what he perceived to be a “lack of respect”...
On Jan. 9, 2018, the Warwick Police Department charged Dorothy Andrade, 76, with one count of misdemeanor larceny, which carries the possibility of up to one year of jail time and as much as a $500 fine. The charge stemmed from an investigation into the