Sports

Yankee, Vasquez help Panthers continue winning ways

After a seven-day layoff, one might have thought that the Johnston boys’ basketball team would be a little rusty, but that was not the case last Friday night as it downed the Moses Brown Quakers …
Movie Reviews

THE FINEST HOURS

* * * ½ (True sea rescue tale) Based on the true story of a daring sea rescue off Cape Cod in 1952, “The Finest Hours” splits its time between sea adventure and soap opera. Chris Pine …
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 legacy of achievement at CCRI

When Ray Di Pasquale started work as the Community College of Rhode Island’s president in 2006, he faced a number of challenges. Dissatisfaction levels among faculty had been high, with a vote …
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

Town Hall elevator installation complete

The ageless Johnston Town Hall is now fully accessible to those with disabilities. “This is the best money we’ve ever spent on this building,” Mayor Joseph Polisena said. “The elevator …