Spotlight

Study shows Rhody drivers aren’t worst in country

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Contrary to what some may think, Rhode Island does NOT have the worst drivers in the country. However that doesn't mean we're particularly good either.
SPORTS

Mazzulla takes charge as freshman point guard at George Washington

Late last month the coaching staff at George Washington University approached Justin Mazzulla, the freshman guard from Johnston and Bishop Hendricken. Mazzulla had been coming off the bench for …
Police/Crime

Police Log

LARCENY On Feb. 5 at approximately 8:34 a.m. Officer Daniel O'Connell responded to Archdale Drive for the report of a stolen trailer containing a Harley Davidson motorcycle. The victim told the Officer that the black trailer was stored in his driveway
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Warwick Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Jack

Jack is a Greyhound mix, so he is a tall boy with a pretty brindle colored coat and sparkling brown eyes. He has a very gentle, sweet nature. He is a 12-year-old boy looking for a loving home.
OPINION

Democrats did well at State of Union address

To the Editor: After a dismal year in the White House, Donald Trump made preposterous claims of his accomplishments during his State of the Union message. The only one that stands out is the tax reform bill, which will benefit only the top echelon of our
LIFESTYLE

PETER RABBIT

PETER RABBIT * * * (Beautiful animation with violence) Beatrix Potter's tale of Peter Rabbit is told with beautiful drawings, pastel colors and the combination of live action and animation. The kids and adults will love the animal characters, most
OBITUARIES

Cleonice Columba (Santilli) Razza

Cleonice Columba (Santilli) Razza, 97, of Warwick, died Saturday Feb. 18,2018, at home. She was the beloved wife of the late Ernest Razza. Cleonice was born in Warwick, a daughter of the late …
AROUND R.I.

Principal's contract not renewed, despite protests

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee voted to approve Superintendent Philip Thornton's recommendation to not renew the one-year contract of Norwood Elementary School principal John Gannon, despite a large showing of support.