By ETHAN HARTLEY -- After more than two years of contract negotiations and tensions, the Warwick Teachers' Union has a tentative agreement in front of them for a new collective bargaining agreement.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The future of John Brown Francis Elementary School remains up in the air for the time being, as the Warwick School Committee voted to table a motion to halt the school consolidation plan.
By JOHN HOWELL -- The city never intended for City Centre to meet the requirements Amazon listed in its search for a second world headquarters, but when the planning department reviewed Amazon's request for proposals,everything was there.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Warwick parishes have explored ways to deal with the decline in priests and parishioners by sharing resources.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Cedar Hill principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio was arrested on a warrant charge for failing to report an incident of child abuse, which occurred in November of 2016.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick natives Jordan and Leia Parker lost their father, David, to a nasty battle with cancer when they were just 5 and 8 years old, respectively, but his positive influence remains a big part of both of them.
There are many things that amateur radio operators can do once they are licensed. Some may try and see how far they can connect while others might try to “collect” different locations. Warwick …
A nautical theme Lighthouses, especially cards of the Conimicut Lighthouse, were in abundance for the annual Woodbury Union Church bazaar Saturday at the church in Conimicut. The bazaar featured more than 15 vendors offering a variety of handmade gifts
By JOHN HOWELL -- The Apponaug Circulator, which has become known as the Apponator, still gets one of those green spots on the governor's construction signs to let people know the project is on budget and on time. But does it do what it intended?
By JOHN HOWELL -- Hillsgrove Servicenter on Post Road has been pumping gas since 1936, but due to new regulations they won’t be any longer. That doesn’t mean they will be folding up shop.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A total of 33 cats were taken from PAAWS RI, a nonprofit animal shelter located on Post Road, last week in what may have been a crime of passion following the dismissal of an employee.
In a fashion it was a reunion Thursday at the Rotary Club of Warwick only the “silent hero,” Sgt. Donald H. Rubery, who grew up in the Norwood section of the city and died weeks after the D-Day …
By JOE KERNAN -- The Rhode Island Aviation Hall of Fame (RIAHF) usually has no trouble locating people to accept awards at their annual induction ceremonies. For a descendant of Samuel Gorton, though, it has been problematic.