Contaminated ground beef products distributed to 128 food facilities in Rhode Island is now off the shelves, but officials are still advising caution for food preparers and consumers who may […]
Author Archive | Rob Borkowski
Warwick Police reported that the suspect admitted to spending “four days huffing” before the apparent attempted carjacking.
A Request for Proposals [RFP] will be issued by the city for plans to restore the Conimicut Shoals Lighthouse.
The Quonset Air Show returned to Rhode Island May 17 and 18, as did Warwick native Col. Ed Corcoran, commander of the 1st Operations Group at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in […]
About 25 demonstrators chanted and marched through the drive-through at Wendy’s at 771 Warwick Ave. during lunch today, part of a multi-national campaign calling for higher wages and union organization […]
The RI State Police report one injury from a three-car crash that blocked all four lanes of travel on I-95 South Tuesday morning. Capt. Robert Wall said following the crash, […]
Surveillance cameras recorded three men stealing the statues from outside the Rte. 2 fur shop.
The RIDOT reports all lanes on Rte. 95 South at Exit 15 (Jefferson Boulevard) are clear following a three-car crash early this morning that stifled traffic on the highway until […]
Nearly 400 runners and walkers took part in the Second Annual Rocky Point 5K hosted by the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce on May 10.
The Warwick Museum of Art’s (WMOA) opening reception for ‘Visual Rhythms’ May 7 drew about 70 people for a night of art, light refreshment and conversation.
Ask Warwick Museum of Art Office Manager Taylor Terreri which of the 50 artists’ work on display at the 3259 Post Road gallery is her favorite, and you can tell […]
On April 27, Officer Tammy Mello met with a man in the lobby of the Warwick Police Department who reported his wallet and iPhone had been stolen from his locked […]