News

Gill Scholarship Foundation approaching milestone year

With the spring and summer months just ahead, the PS3 Ronald A. Gill Jr. Memorial Scholarship Foundation is set to hit a financial milestone in giving, even as those behind it prepare to reach an …
Sports

CWLL seeks to improve complex this spring

After a successful summer for Cranston Western Little League, including its all-stars making it to the Little League World Series, the group has planned renovations to improve one of the state’s …
Police Logs

Police Log

By DANIEL KITTREDGE 5 teens hurt in weekend crash A Johnston 18-year-old is facing charges in connection with a Sunday morning rollover crash on Plainfield Pike that sent he and four teenage …
Entertainment

Level Exchange has successful debut with first annual concert

This past Saturday, Providence entrepreneur Lindsey Lerner, a former Warwick resident and Bryant University graduate, got a chance to unveil her latest venture, Level Exchange, by organizing the …

‘Hysteria’ a dream of a play at 2nd Story

Director Ed Shea has a fascination with Freud. He played the famous psychiatrist a summer ago in “Freud’s Last Session.” Shea is back, both starring in and directing Terry Johnson’s …
Opinion

A sad goodbye to my complicated friend Buddy

This past week, Rhode Island lost a political colossus who had changed the landscape of our capital city forever. He was a charismatic retail politician who humorously used to say he “would go to …
Lifestyles

Mystery of the Rocky Point 'Tower'

Like an illusion in a fun house or a magician’s slight of hand, there’s a century old structure filled with mystery at Rocky Point Park that has many guessing what it could possibly be. In …
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

Revised bridge fix plan unveiled

Even before repairing bridges, Gov. Gina Raimondo tended political fences. Joined by House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello and Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed, the governor last Thursday rolled out …

Council splits on resolution opposing truck-toll gantry

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Political sparks flew Monday as the City Council on a 5-4 vote rejected a resolution that would have expressed opposition to the placement of a truck-tolling gantry in …