By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Three adults and one 15-year-old juvenile were taken into custody by the Warwick Police Department after two larcenies and two burglaries occurred in the Governor Francis neighborhood
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- While the toll from damage by hurricane Irma is still being tracked, a kennel in Charlestown is counting their blessings as their family of Havanese dogs was rescued from Fort Myers, Florida.
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- They've got their eye on a cure. Heather and Jeri Schey of Warwick are identical twins, both born with a retinal degenerative eye disease that is taking away their vision.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Union members brought picket signs and booed throughout the night as the Warwick School Committee faced heavy criticism from many angles.
By JOHN HOWELL -- In the race to grow airline service and passengers, the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and the Rhode Island Airport Corporation announced last week four airline carriers would be awarded a total of $3.375 million to promote 16 new routes.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Residents who turned out Tuesday night in opposition an AirBNB at 70 Kirby Ave. were surprised to hear the petitioner say she would be opposed to an AirBNB in the neighborhood, too.
By JOHN HOWELL -- When Chris Mirmirani heard Friday that Benny's would be closing all of their stores by the end of the year, he knew where he wanted to be Saturday morning.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Delays in securing a bid to perform necessary work to rehabilitate the former Lloyd Cooper Armory on Sandy Lane, known as the Cooper Building, is causing concern for the Boys and Girls Club of Warwick.
By JOHN HOWELL -- The union representing Kent Hospital nurses and seeking to represent an additional 400 hospital employees took to the picket lines Tuesday.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick held multiple remembrance events to honor the nearly 3,000 men, women and children who were killed in four separate instances of terrorism on Sept. 11, 2001.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A vast majority of 4,256 Warwick public school students in grades 3-12 surveyed said they feel at least a little stressed about going to school.
By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY -- After rejecting a motion to strike, according to reports, the teacher's union voted to abide by the terms of the 2015 CBA, and not to participate in the NEASC process until a new contract is completed.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- One Toll Gate High School student and teacher team has made sure that the story of Warwick-born Sergeant Donald H. Rubery will be heard, and that his sacrifice will never be forgotten.