Three designs melded for Rocky Point license plate

By JOHN HOWELL -- Help make the Rocky Point license plate a reality by pre-registering today at

Hawks produce strong all-around effort in victory over Rams

Many assumed that La Salle was the team to beat entering this season after Hendricken lost several key players from its championship-winning team a season ago. But, on Friday night, the Hawks proved why they've won the last

Police Log

STRING OF LARCENIES According to police reports, on Sept. 8 there was a series of larcenies that took place in the Jefferson Boulevard and Post Road area. Around 5:24 a.m., Officer Steven Moretti was dispatched the La Quinta Inn on Jefferson Boulevard
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Animal Talk pet of the week: Coco

A stunning purebred German Shepard named Coco is waiting for a new home at the Warwick Animal Shelter.

On taking a stand against racism and anti-semitism

By HERB WEISS Morris Nathanson, an 89-year-old who served in the United States Navy in World War II, was outraged by President Trump's failure to strongly speak out against the hateful philosophy of neo-Nazis, white nationalists, Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and

Be prepared for a ghostly time at Sprague

It has been known since the 1920s that there are mysterious “souls” residing at the Governor Sprague Mansion in Cranston. Maybe it is Amasa Sprague, Gov. William Sprague’s father, who was …

Harold M. Gerstein

Harold M. Gerstein, 84, died Monday, September 25, 2017 at West View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of Karen (Wolfe) Gerstein for 55 …

Not even MS can stop Katie from lending a helping hand

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