Spotlight

Photographer publishes stunning book of lighthouses at night

By ETHAN HARTLEY -- David Zapatka, an award-winning photographer, spent four years photographing 130 lighthouses from eight states under beautiful nighttime skies.
SPORTS

Thankful for the Fish

The holidays are upon us and I am thankful for the fish. We are blessed in New England to have such great access to fish and fishing. And, here in Rhode Island, we have some of the best fishing in the northeast. Our striped bass,
Police/Crime

Police Log

LARCENY On November 4 at approximately 11:50 a.m. Officer Michael Walker responded to the YMCA on Centerville Road for a report of a larceny from a vehicle. At the scene he met with the reporting party, who stated that she arrived at the YMCA at
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Blu

Blu's eyes are also a golden color that shine with excitement. He is a young boy (just over a year old), who is high-energy, loves to run, go for walks on the leash, is super smart and can occupy himself for a long time with a bucket of toys.
OPINION

Be thankful for good sexual health

In light of recent numbers reported by the Rhode Island Department of Health, we unfortunately must dedicate this space of copy to something that most people really would rather not talk about at all. The rate of easily preventable sexually transmitted
LIFESTYLE

Trinity’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ fresh & magical after 40 years

I have been reviewing Trinity Rep’s “A Christmas Carol” every year for the past 40 years, and I always find something new and original from the director and the actor portraying Scrooge. I have …
OBITUARIES

Harriet E. Hultenius

Harriet E. Hultenius, 81, a retired CNA for the State of Rhode Island, passed away Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at the Coventry Center. She was the wife of the late Charles L. Hultenius and loving …
AROUND R.I.

Vets students learn dangers of e-cigs, vaping

By THOMAS GREENBERG Warwick Vets doesn't want its middle school students to be future members of vape nation." That's why they brought in David Neill from the U.S. Attorney's office on Wednesday morning to educate the students on the dangers of"