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

Hawks glide to victory, hand Rams first loss

The Bishop Hendricken Hawks swim team came out on top against the previously-undefeated La Salle Academy Rams in an 11-event battle at RIC on Tuesday evening. The Hawks steamrolled their opponent by a final score of
Police/Crime

Police Log

CAT EUTHANIZED On January 13 at approximately 3:23 p.m., Officer Richard Odell was driving north on Greenwich Avenue when he saw a cat get struck by a passing vehicle. According to his report, the officer observed a car driving south on Greenwich Avenue
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Coco

Coco is hoping to find the perfect home this new year, maybe it's with you?
OPINION

Rep. McNamara introduces livable home tax credit act

Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation for a tax credit for homes that are made accessible to the elderly and disabled. Dubbed the Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act, the bill (2018-H 7142) would provide
LIFESTYLE

Orchestra scores silent movie at Avon

Richard Dulgarian is a true movie fan. He stands in the lobby of his Avon Cinema and discusses the films with his patrons as they leave the theatre. “You have got to come Thursday night [January …
OBITUARIES

Raymond W. Gaudet

Raymond W. Gaudet, 90, left this life and our lives peacefully on Sunday, January 14, 2018 in Warwick, RI. His family was by his side when he passed. The youngest of four children, he was born …
AROUND R.I.

Brennan retires, apologizes for hurting Hendricken

By JOHN HOWELL -- Reached by phone Saturday, Joseph T. “Jay” Brennan, who retired abruptly Wednesday as principal of Bishop Hendricken High School, chose not to elaborate on a statement released …