News

Going in circles for the daily commute

Living in Apponaug, for the past several months my commute to work on Warwick Avenue has changed in some way almost daily as the circulator project makes progress. Any day there could be a difference in any of the five areas slotted for a
Sports

Iowa walks off on Warwick North to end LLWS run

Warwick North was two outs away from breaking the Rhode Island curse, but Johnston, Iowa, wasn't having it. Back-to-back RBI singles off Kenny Rix brought home the tying and winning runs to advance the Midwest
Police Logs

Police Log

The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. CYBER CRIME On Aug. 13 at 8:28 p.m., Officer Quentin Tavares was dispatched to Cedar Pond Drive to meet with a woman regarding the report of a computer fraud. The woman said
Entertainment

That's entertainment: Twenty years ago

The stars came out at Warwick Musical Theatre, including The Monkees, Vince Gill, Engelbert, Tony Bennett, Paula Poundstone, Ray Charles, a curly-haired Howie Mandel, George Jones and the Righteous Brothers, Marry Chapin Carpenter, Trisha

Take a break while boating...enjoy Wickford

You've been making fried chicken and potato salad for boat picnics all summer. It's definitely time to take a break from cooking, packing up and washing dishes. Visit some restaurants you can reach from your boating tie up. The Art Festival crowds are
Opinion

Are we ready to invest in school repairs?

Warwick Vets and Pilgrim High haven't looked as good as they do now for decades. Some work has still to be done and there's a rush to see it's completed in time for the schools to open on Aug. 31, but overall two weary buildings are showing new life,
Lifestyles

`We remember their sacrifice'

Retired Col. Gary West served in the Air Force for 27 years and was lucky enough to return home after all three of his combat tours and more than 130 combat missions. Now, he wants to do his part in giving back to those families who may
Last Tuesday's Edition

736 students take home their ‘own’ computers

It was brand new and still in the box. “Aren’t you going to open it?” Alyssa Silva looked at her mother. “It’s yours,” said Michelle Santos. “It’s up to you.” Alyssa, a …