Spotlight

Photographer publishes stunning book of lighthouses at night

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- David Zapatka, an award-winning photographer, spent four years photographing 130 lighthouses from eight states under beautiful nighttime skies.
SPORTS

Vann's 5 TDs help Titans hold off Pats on Thanksgiving

Thursday's Thanksgiving game between Toll Gate and Pilgrim further intensified an already-intense rivalry. Down seven and inside the Toll Gate 10-yard line with just seconds remaining, Pilgrim quarterback James Baldwin threw
Police/Crime

Police Log

GRINCHED Officer Julio Benros responded to a Lakedell Drive residence on November 30 around 8:12 a.m. for a report of a theft of Christmas lawn ornaments. At the scene the officer met with the resident who reported that his lawn ornament, a laser
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Ripley

Ripley is an adorable Cheagle, which is a mix of Chihuahua and Beagle. She's waiting for you at the Warwick Animal Shelter now!
OPINION

We need a cure

To the Editor: There's an old axiom that states, The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that the problem exists." This truth has never been more evident than in our society's fight against childhood cancers. Anyone who frequents Facebook"
LIFESTYLE

URI plant clinic offers winter tips for protecting holiday greenery

Most homeowners and gardeners pay the closest attention to the health of their plants and trees during the spring and summer growing season and ignore them during the rest of the year. But just …
OBITUARIES

Paul H. Strauss

Paul H. Strauss, age 69, of Welfare Avenue, Warwick, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center in Providence. He was the husband of Willough M. …
AROUND R.I.

Frosting for a 375th party

Birthday party frosting Snow couldn't stop the final event to the year-long Warwick 375th anniversary celebration held by the Warwick Historical Society at City Hall on Saturday. The Greenwood Volunteer Fire Co. Museum brought along the Tuscatucket hand