By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick resident Olivia Hauke turned 16 years old on Monday, but not even the best doctors can say for sure whether or not she'll be here to celebrate any more birthdays. Inside Olivia's DNA is a genetic mutation so rare that only four
By JOHN HOWELL and ETHAN HARTLEY Ending more than two years of acrimony and divisive debate over what is best for the education of Warwick children, the Warwick Teachers Union approved a contract Tuesday evening giving teachers a 2 percent retroactive
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick single-family home sales for the month of October dropped a dramatic 19 percent from October 2016, according to data released this week by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. But as the number of sales dropped, the median
By JOHN HOWELL When structures resembling anti-tank defenses used in World War II started appearing in an open field and trees that once filled a vacant lot came down, people asked questions. The answer to both developments in separate parts of the city
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick resident Rob Cote is calling for the dismissal of Warwick Fire Chief James McLaughlin, claiming the chief violated state record retention laws by disposing of thousands of documents which log information pertaining to
The Earles showed up and many more Many who remember the late Warwick City Solicitor John Earle, who died in May 2008, turned out Monday at Caf Fresco in East Greenwich to support the fund established in John's name to provide legal advocates for the
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Department of Health has launched an awareness campaign to hopefully curb a trending increase in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), which their records indicate are at the highest rates in 10 years. Chlamydia,
By THOMAS GREENBERG According to research done by Brain in Play, a foundation run by Cranston resident Bill White, the effects of dementia can be lessened by a controlled regime of activities. The Brain in Play foundation has been doing hands-on research
By JOHN HOWELL -- The teacher contracts approved by the School Committee and yet to be ratified by the union membership would require an additional $12.6 million in local funding over the next three years.
By JOHN HOWELL Lt. Gov. Dan McKee says there's more to Operation Holiday Cheer than providing gifts from home to servicemen and -women who can't get back to the Ocean State for the holidays. In an effort involving scores of sponsors, organizations and
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Gaspee Days Committee will soon sell license plates commemorating the burning of the Gaspee after Governor Gina Raimondo signed the Gaspee Days License Bill into effect on Monday. Warwick historian and member emeritus of the
Debra Shipley Roffo started Angel in Action RI back in March, which formed with the goal of providing small acts of kindness to hardworking families who have come upon difficult times, whether those …
By JOHN HOWELL -- Hillsgrove Servicenter on Post Road has been pumping gas since 1936, but due to new regulations they won’t be any longer. That doesn’t mean they will be folding up shop.