News

Taking home the medals

Taking home the medals The Warwick Area Career and Technical Center students were awarded 11 gold medals, 9 silver medals, 7 bronze medals and a gold ribbon in the SkillsUSA award ceremony April 4 at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. SkillsUSA
SPORTS

Brunelle posting strong start to outdoor season

A pair of meets into her second outdoor track season as a collegian, Pilgrim graduate Melanie Brunelle is showing zero signs of a sophomore slump for Rhode Island College. The former Patriot has already been named the Little East
Police logs

Police Log

STOLEN BICYCLE An employee of Dockside Seafood Marketplace recently found that his only means of transportation had been stolen while he was at work. According to Dockside owner Tommy Patrick, on Monday April 17 around 1:15 p.m., a male suspect walked
Entertainment

Retired Musician Educators spring concert set for April 23

The Retired Rhode Island Musician Educators will be presenting their 9th annual Spring Concert in an afternoon of music on Sunday, April 23 at 3 p.m. at the Moses Brown School, Ross House on 250 Lloyd Avenue in Providence. The event features this year's

John O’Hurley: From Maine to PC to ‘Chicago’

John O’Hurley sat patiently in the lobby of the Providence Performing Arts Center, fielding questions from radio, TV and newspaper reporters, each given 15 minutes to interview the popular star of …
OPINION

City business can no longer be politics as usual

To the Editor: At the Norwood Association meeting on April 12, Mayor Avedisian mentioned how Warwick still seemed broken up into villages and sometimes didn't seem like one city. Along those same lines, I say Rhode Island isn't really a state but is made
LIFESTYLES

Latest generation of auto mechanics don’t spend most of their time under the hood

Don’t be surprised if your car mechanic doesn’t look under the hood…at least not right away. David Tibbetts should know. He’s the instructor of the auto mechanics program at the Warwick …