“We’re tired of missteps, mismanagement, misspending,” Rep. Patricia Serpa said at a hearing on the $364-million project.
While researchers catch and track great whites, the population of its favorite prey is out of control, according to some.
Police said it happened on Wakefield Street near Governor’s Hill just before 8 p.m. Thursday.
Council President Luis Aponte said the council has become frustrated with the Elorza administration.
Kelvin Manual Cruz is wanted by Fall River police in connection to a shooting that took place last week.
Wednesday’s contest quickly shifted from a calm, policy-focused faceoff into a bitter and deeply personal confrontation.
Know before you go! Find out where the traffic snarls are and how to avoid them.
An in-depth look at the five-year deal between Mayor Elorza and the union.
At the age of 10, Thomas Shearman testified in court against Gardner as one of his victims.
WARWICK, R.I (WPRI) — Mayor Scott Avedisian announced Thursday he’s endorsing a plan to further consolidate schools in the city, while also …
A 50-year-old woman who died after a car wreck last month in California is the 11th U.S. victim of Takata Corp.’s defective air bag inflator…
In just a short amount of time, more than 100 women have made plans to wear yoga pants and march in a parade down a street in Barrington.
Trump continues to take a lot of flack for refusing to say Wednesday night if he would accept the outcome of the election.
Dozens of at-risk and special needs students in the Chariho Regional School District currently attend classes in cramped trailers, but a que…
The state Department of Labor and Training said Thursday the jobless rate in September was unchanged from August.
There’s a look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with the facts:
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is hoping the second time is the charm for a lane split on a busy stretch of I-95 in Providenc…
The “EB Veterans Network” aims to connect veterans with one another through social events and mentoring.
The suit claims several “defects” were found in a list of 360 signatures the city certified as part of the recall.
The Department of Environmental Management has closed part of the lower Sakonnet River to shellfishing, citing the detection of toxins in sh…