National Grid says about 6,300 customers lost power during an outage Thursday, which left the Providence Place Mall in the dark.
A motorcyclist, still in the hospital after he ran into a Westport police cruiser, is now facing multiple charges.
According to Attorney General Peter Kilmartin’s office, 25-year-old Anthony Stravato did not show up for a probation-related appointment.
Fans attending the show should be sure to plan ahead, because traffic will cause delays both before and after the show.
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After beating the Bears last week, the Patriots will take on the Panthers and Giants in the remainder of the preseason.
Spoiler alert: The vast majority of students still aren’t proficient in math or English.
The women, both 68 and nurse practitioners, were found dead Thursday morning when they didn’t report to work at the nearby clinic.
A shirt factory in Fall River is playing a role in the 2016 presidential election season, in an ad for the Democrats’ candidate slamming the…
Friday’s advisory means all U.S. states and territories will need to begin testing blood donations for Zika.
Police in Acushnet are turning to the public to see if they recognize a suspect in a recent surveillance video.
With the approval, the public-use airport is now able to accept flights originating from outside of the country.
The Atlantic typically sees 12 named storms each year.
It happened on Allens Avenue where the victim told police a man on a black motorcycle pulled up next to his car, pulled out a gun and demand…
According to National Grid, power has now been restored. Officials say the lights went out around 8 p.m.
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If you’re looking for something fun to do in the Ocean State before the summer ends, you should consider a day trip.
Police said the motorcycle driver was going about 120 miles per hour around 2 a.m. Monday before crashing into a Westport Police Cruiser.
Friends and family greeted the boys as they stepped off the bus early this morning.
Police ask that anyone who thinks the stolen items are theirs to leave a message on the department’s Facebook page.
The airport has been approved by U.S. Customs and the Department of Agriculture to accept flights that originate from outside of the country…
Town by town data shows which areas have more concealed carry permits than others and how two sides of the issue want the law changed.
According to state police, they are looking into the situation to determine if it is worth starting an official investigation.
A Rhode Island man has pleaded no contest to charges he collected unemployment insurance benefits while he was working.