By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Three Warwick policemen were honored by the RI chapter of MADD for their efforts in preventing impaired driving tragedies.
By ETHAN HARTLEY School administrators are hopeful that securing an $85 million bond to address some of the district's most glaring needs is more likely now that the statewide report by Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has been released, providing a third
By JOHN HOWELL Packing light could pay off big for Warwick. That probably wasn't what Mayor Scott Avedisian had in mind when he boarded a flight last week as a member of a trade mission to Ireland. Avedisian got an introduction to the country like few
By JOHN HOWELL One of the few remaining privately held large open tracts in Cowesett, the 94-acre Little Rhody Beagle Club, could be spared from major development with 20 acres preserved as open space and portions of the remaining acreage becoming a
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A package of 13 bills dubbed the "criminal justice reinvestment package" were approved in the House and Senate during Tuesday's one-day special session of the Rhode Island General Assembly.
By THOMAS GREENBERG Warwick Veterans Junior High School had a somewhat tumultuous first year, as 7th and 8th graders from all around the city convened at the former high school. The students, adjusting to a much larger school, both in number of students
Closing the gap Members of the Station Fire Memorial Foundation were elated to receive $50,000 legislative grants from the Senate and the House as well as $50,000 from the governor that will be used to pay off loans needed to complete the memorial
By RYAN CHAMPLIN John Wickes Elementary School in Warwick is home to about 350 students, from kindergarten to sixth grade. Katie McAuslin of Warwick went to Wickes for elementary. Now 26, she works at the school as a lunch aide. That would surprise some
By JOHN HOWELL -- The decision of the House leadership not to override the governor’s veto of what has become known as the “evergreen bill” dealt a psychological blow to unions while local leaders applaud the move.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- As Governor Gina Raimondo dished out free Del’s Lemonade to students Tuesday afternoon, her Promise Program was dishing out free education to many of those same students.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- It was a deal that the Warwick Fire Department said was too good to pass up. But ultimately no deal was made for a new $350,000 truck.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In the past, one might have strolled or driven through City Park on a beautiful day and not given a second thought to the old cemetery nestled in the trees just before entering the expansive recreation area.
By ETHAN HARTLEY An event to honor Johnston Sun Rise editor-in-chief and publisher John Howell drew hundreds to the gymnasium at Bishop Hendricken last Thursday night and raised more than $52,000 for MENTOR Rhode Island, a nonprofit organization that