Boston officials say two elderly people have been seriously injured in an explosion and fire at a house in the Dorchester neighborhood.
The owner of China Gourmet on Main Street told us a car hit the hydrant, sending it flying into the business.
The state is seeing a second wave of flu that is even more intense than the first as 13 people have died and another 464 were hospitalized.
The Senate voted 33-1 to extend the Fiscal Stability Act, which would allow for a state-run budget commission to provide distressed fire districts with financial assistance.
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TARGET 12 // A director at the Board of Elections declined to say when he was contacted or which law enforcement agency reached out.
A North Kingstown mother who was previously accused of hosting an underage drinking party will be making a donation to a charity other than Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the assistant town solicitor confirmed.
Several units at Mason Corner Mini Storage on Mason Road were damaged after flames broke out Wednesday afternoon.
Public-sector unions and retirees have won another court victory in their fight to overturn the 2011 pension law.
Kayvon Edson, 25, was held on bail and sent to a psychiatric facility after police say he was carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker in Boston Tuesday.
One day after firefighters battled a house fire and discovered a deceased man inside, the district attorney is considering the death suspicious.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate criticized his opponent Cranston Mayor Allan Fung as well as several Democratic candidates.
Experts have predicted that everything is in place for what could be one of the worst allergy seasons in a decade.
The Warren Planning Board voted to approve the developers’ plan to turn the mill complex into as many as 306 apartments as well as thousands of square feet of commercial space.
A Pawtucket man found guilty of murder twice — only to have the verdicts overturned — will not be going to trial for a third time.