Truckers ramp up efforts to stop tolls

The Federal Highway Administration has given the state the green light to install tolls on interstate highways, but that's not stopping truckers from trying to put the brakes on the plan. Lisa Mullings, president and CEO of NATSO,

Robbins scores five goals in rout of Tigers

The Johnston Panthers are already one of the favorites to take home the Division III girls' soccer title, and their star sophomore is the catalyst of those championship odds. Striker Bianca Robbins scored five
Movie Reviews


* * * * (Joyce) * * * 1/2 (Don) (Lovely little Swedish character study) Swedish actor Rolf Lassgard stars as a crusty, lonely, aging widower in this lovely little film that combines humor …

The impatient patient

I'm a 79-year-old Type A guy who can't sit still for more than 10 minutes. I play tennis, work out at Planet Fitness, walk, swim, snorkel and am out almost every night reviewing theatre, movies, concerts and restaurants. That was my routine

The need for answers and efficiency

Local attention has turned in recent days to the largest IT program in the state's history - and not for reasons Rhode Island leaders would like. The Unified Health Infrastructure Project, or UHIP, a $364-million system to manage benefits such as those

Site prep for Citizens campus nears finish

By TIM FORSBERG Mountains are being moved in Johnston - at least in a figurative sense. Initial site work for the proposed Citizens Bank campus near the intersection of Greenville Avenue and Route 295 is approaching completion, and the scope of the