A teenager wanted in connection with a homicide in Fall River was arrested Monday night after weeks on the run.
Providence has issued nearly 800 citations to drivers who ignore or don’t see the flashing red stop sign on the side of school buses.
Kip Diggs told WFXT that his son Kraig and Kraig’s cousin, Jordan Galvin, were in the car.
About 1 in 5 consumers will have plans only from a single insurer to pick from, after major national carriers scaled back their roles.
Pakistani officials feared the death toll could rise further, as the four-hours-long siege left 117 wounded, some of them in critical condit…
Prosecutors say Christopher Jimenez brutally beat his 8-week-old baby daughter in 2012, before she succumbed to her injuries.
Rhode Island’s second-largest hospital group is picking up the pieces after its transaction with the New Bedford company ended abruptly.
“We’re very satisfied with the changes that we made and with the response we’ve gotten from the motorists,” said RIDOT Director Peter Alviti…
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Ray Styrlund has seen 18 presidents take office and dozens of teams head to the World Series, but he’s never seen his team win it all.
Anton Khudobin skated over to the Bruins bench at Warrior Ice Arena just before practice and had his right arm or wrist attended to by the t…
The boy scouts named a scholarship in honor of Captain Elwood Euart.
The coach of the football team apologized for letting his ego get in the way because he was tired of losing.
According to City Treasurer James J. Lombardi Esq. CPA, that estimate could even grow if more vendors opt into the program.
In order to respond to complaints of election fraud or voting rights abuses on November 8th, Assistant U.S. Attorney Terrence Donnelly will …
“We’re at 99.9% of where we were last year,” said Neena Savage, acting tax administrator.
Despite their growing popularity, little has been done to evaluate their accuracy during exercise.
The new system is scheduled to be activated at 10 p.m. on Friday.
The Coast Guard vessel Tamaroa will help grow a reef near Cape May Point by drawing large game fish and boosting recreational fishing.
The lawsuit alleges Subway allowed Fogle to spend significant time in elementary schools promoting Subway after the allegations.