By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Governor Gina Raimondo delivered her State of the State address from the Rhode Island State House on Tuesday evening, weaving through a long list of topics with one common thread – “Let’s keep going.”
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Republican politicians didn't sit idly by on Tuesday while Democratic Governor Gina Raimondo delivered her State of the State address...
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- In a national conference call Wednesday morning Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, said that the state officially became an area of
By JOHN HOWELL -- Main Avenue residents are getting their mail delivered once again now that the temperatures have climbed out of the single digits and, most importantly, the snow has melted.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Alfred Carpionato, who built a $1 billion empire of retail shopping centers, hotels, apartment complexes and restaurants, will be doing more of what he enjoys doing most - says the man who succeeds him.
By JOHN HOWELL -- What started out as an inquiry about the Cranston Cultural Arts Council more than a year ago is leading to the recognition of the late John V. Pagliarini, his widow Florence and their profound love of the arts.
By TIM FORSBERG -- Warwick school officials joined in applauding Senator Jack Reed at Johnston High School last Friday as he talked about legislation he introduced last August for $100 billion in federal funds to repair the nation's school systems.
Warwick resident and World War II combat veteran Willard D. “Bud” Voigt was presented with several prestigious awards at the Rhode Island National Guard Command and Readiness Center on Friday, …
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The house could not withstand the fireball which engulfed it on Monday morning, which Warwick fire officials are officially investigating as an arson.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Superintendent Philip Thornton revealed last week a list of potential line items on the chopping block in order to free up money to pay retroactive pay raises for the teachers.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A presentation attended by many local hotel workers and managers, in accordance with the FBI, sought to shine light on an often overlooked but unfortunately prevalent issue: human trafficking.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Keep smiling in the face of "number twos." That's what Reverend Justin Lester told the crowd at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet on the morning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Islanders would be the losers if Brown University and Prospect Medical Holdings based in California were to acquire Care New England Health System, says the man who ran Kent Hospital for the past five years.