By JOHN HOWELL John D. Lynch, son of the late Warwick Police Chief James F. Lynch, who died last Tuesday is being remembered as a man who loved his family and the city. And there's also no forgetting his passion for politics, as well. He would have been
By JOHN HOWELL He's been on the job about six months and already Iftikhar Ahmad, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, is delivering on his promise to increase flights, and hence traffic, at Green Airport. On Feb. 23 Norwegian
Troy Gunderway, 46, of Warwick, pleaded guilty Wedesday to the August 1, 2015 murder of Fernando Silva, who was affectionately known as “Captain Fredy.” He also pleaded guilty to one …
By TESSA ROY After months of questioning, debating and meetings lasting well into the night, the Warwick City Council voted 7-2 Monday night in favor of allocating the $4 million in bond funds to the public schools that will be essential to making school
Though Cranston Senator Arthur Miller and Providence Representative Scott Slater both say they know of colleagues in the House and Senate who would vote to pass their respective bills on marijuana legalization and regulation, House Speaker
By JOHN HOWELL What started as a senior project for Kevin Sanita last year has continued to flourish thanks to members of his family, the Pilgrim robotics team and a teacher who is putting kids before a contract. It all has to do with a mounting interest
By HARRY KANE The time it takes to find a good doctor and get relief from a life-threatening brain illness can seem endless, but persistence and the will to survive has been Nikki Batsford's saving grace thus far in her ongoing struggle with
By TESSA ROY Proud parents Kathy and Everett Lewis say their son Everett's senior project tells a story about his character that sets him apart from others his age. This story is different. It is about a high school senior who took it upon himself for"