Nathan Carman, 22, was found alive in a life raft Sunday night while his mother, Linda, remains missing.
Significantly fewer 25- to 54-year-old Rhode Islanders have a job even though the official unemployment rate is back to normal levels.
The 23-year-old man’s vehicle struck a tree on Underwood Street in Pawtucket at about 2 a.m. Sunday.
The longtime capo in the New England crime family is charged with lying to investigators about what he knew of 1993 gangland slaying.
Providence reported 1,018 violent crimes and 6,085 property crimes in 2015.
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The “Yes on 2” ballot-question campaign has received a $25,000 contribution from former Hasbro CEO Alan Hassenfeld.
Taking a leaf from the page of Wikipedia may help Rhode Island college students save big bucks to get educated.
Investigators said the SUV was traveling more than 90 miles per hour on Pontiac Avenue ahead of the crash.
A new state website is encouraging millennials in Rhode Island to get ready for voting in time for the November 8 election.
While speaking with Michael Daly, police said another person arrived and reported that Daly broke into his vehicle and stole his wallet.
Police were called to a 7-Eleven for a man that was reportedly bleeding from his forehead in a bathroom there.
Robert Raliegh purchased a 5 year pass in December of 2015, but the RIPTA’s fare program has changed.
Machado has been released on personal recognizance.
The democratic leaders hope she won’t spend too much time on the defense.
Councilman Sam Zurier wants members of the Providence Apartment Association to register as lobbyists.
Prime Minister Rui Maria de Araújo wanted to show his gratitude for the people of Rhode Island.
68 mosquito samples from 24 traps set statewide on September 12 tested negative for West Nile and eastern equine encephalitis.
East Greenwich-based filmmakers Chad and Michelle Verdi are executive producers on the film.
The February 2003 fire killed 100 people, including Michael Ricardi’s best friend, Jim Gahan.