News

Cedar Hill arts night has international flare

Cedar Hill School recently held an International Arts Night to celebrate and welcome the numerous international families that have moved into the Cedar Hill Elementary community. Principal Dr. …
Sports

Patenaude, Dean help Titans to key win over Tigers

Going into Tuesday’s game against Tiverton (5-1), the Toll Gate boys’ lacrosse team sat at 2-4 in the standings, desperately needing a season-altering win to change the team’s early-season …
Police Logs

Police Log

The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. VEHICLE DAMAGE & LARCENIES  On April 30 at 12:16 a.m., Officer Matthew Smith responded to the Showcase …
Entertainment

Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School to hold spring concerts

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestras (RIPYO) will present their final concert of the season on Saturday, May 7 at 3 p.m. at Roberts Hall, Rhode Island College. The concert will feature the …

‘Rebellious Subjects’ at Mixed Magic through May 22

A high school drama teacher told his class one day, “Everything you’ll ever need to know in life, you can learn in the theatre. If one believed that it can lead one to ask, “What is going …
Opinion

Transgender debate turned to personal attacks

When people are behind a keyboard, some evidently feel they have a sort of shield. There is a sense, however false, of anonymity, that because things aren’t said in person or out loud that they …
Lifestyles

ready, set... Be Bold!

This summer, if Lynn Hall has her way, the old Rocky Point jingle, “Come with your family, come with your friends,” will take on a whole new meaning as she looks to make the park a place where …
Last Tuesday's Edition

Hendricken principal honored at White House

Hendricken was set to receive some national recognition on Tuesday, as Principal Joseph “Jay” Brennan was to be honored at the White House on National Teacher Appreciation Day as a “great …