By ETHAN HARTLEY If you did a double take while driving through Apponaug recently because you saw multiple fire apparatuses from several other communities parked at Warwick's Station 1, no, you don't need new glasses. These trucks, from places such as
Col. Stephen McCartney has no issue with his department cooperating with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) when it comes to individuals involved in criminal activities, but the department doesn't become involved in civil detainees nor does he
National Night Out has become an Oakland Beach tradition, an occasion for community groups to spread awareness and, in many cases, provide some great entertainment. Once again, the event held Tuesday …
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An ongoing campaign is attempting to show that everyone can do something small to help make a big positive impact on the natural resources around them.
By KELLSIE KING Nearly 50,000 Rhode Islanders had been reunited with $15.2 million in unclaimed property during the 2018 fiscal year. In Warwick alone, $2.4 million was returned to 5,688 residents, according to the General Treasurer's office. Unclaimed
By ETHAN HARTLEY Animal lovers aren't going to want to miss this one. From 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25 at 860 West Shore Road in Warwick, the walls of a building used as a booking agency for podcasts during the work week will transform into an
Some residents have been waiting for decades to have their road repaved. And then there are the residents on the west end of Church Avenue. The street was repaved last year to the satisfaction of the neighborhood. Then this summer Cardi Construction
An adventure With an average of 25 campers each week, Warwick Police just wrapped up three weeks of Adventure Camp for youths ranging from 11 to 14 years old. The camp that exposed campers to different aspects of police work as well as how to personally
In the midst of a budgetary crisis for the schools, Mayor Joseph Solomon announced today he would allocate an additional $1.75 million to help address some fiscal concerns.
By JOHN HOWELL Etta Pendleton was at Rocky Point Sunday afternoon. She was leaning on the wall overlooking the remnants of the pier, her walker beside her. It was in the 90s, but the heat didn't bother Etta. The Bay breeze blew her hair and the memories
By PEDER SCHAEFER Storm surge. Hurricane force winds. Widespread flooding. Those are some of the terms becoming familiar to Americans since last year's catastrophic 2017 hurricane season, when storm after storm smashed into the nation's coasts. Lucky for
By PETE FONTAINE In 2015, Leo Blanchette, who serves as Special Deputy of the Grand Lodge of Elks, held a meeting with Mark Eaton of Warwick-based Lodge 14 in regards to the state association's annual 365 Outing. At that time, the 365 Outing was a
By JOHN HOWELL The story is the message and the Alzheimer's Association, Rhode Island Chapter was looking for stories as it launched a series of 21 meetings across the state Monday in an effort to underscore the effects of a disease that has no cure and,