East Providence Tops Mount Hope in Girls Basketball, 43-29
The fire is now under investigation, but Chief Pinch ruled out the idea a space heater could have been involved.
Jasper Williams, 24, of East Providence, died after sustaining ‘significant’ injuries from a stabbing on Saturday.
The film, capturing everything from the bombings through the hunt for the bombers, premiered on Wednesday in Boston.
The company, founded by a University of Rhode Island graduate, is famed for making the annual White House Christmas ornament.
The White House welcomes guests year round from around the world but Christmas at the Executive Mansion provides visitors with a holiday ext…
Captain Rick Rathbun confirmed that the victim was pronounced deceased at the scene.
“A dog goes out there basically without any type of outerwear protection.”
This is the ninth year Rhode Island law enforcement has participated in this program.
If your heating assistance was delayed, Joesph DeSantis says to call him.
Police said that Jose Vaz, 43, was driving under the influence and operating to endanger.
“Post-traumatic stress is not a new term,” says Private Scott Robinson of the Cranston Fire Department. “But it’s probably new in the fire s…
Dan Hurley and the Rhode Island Rams host Holy Cross on Sunday.
As PC preps for Wagner Saturday, Ed Cooley remains happy with the progress of his team.
QuikClot is used to control bleeding in the event of a traumatic injury.
WOONSOCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — The Rhode Island SPCA is offering a $1500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever …
Supt. Chris Maher says Providence schools are “a place of innovation, momentum and high expectations.”
From the workplace to giving marijuana as a gift – here’s an easy-to-understand breakdown of Massachusetts’ new law.
Highlights from Wednesday’s High School Track Duel Meet
The jury of nine white people and three black people deliberated less than two hours before returning a verdict.
Firefighters rushed to a city water tank in Braintree Thursday morning after two workers fell and became trapped inside.
State officials say the computer system was taking too long to log in for many users, but did not crash altogether.
The owners of four Southern New England restaurants are paying up after federal investigators said they underpaid employees.
Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott says the problem came to light last week when the acting chief medical examiner noticed it.
By the looks of the images from the scene, the hood of the car was wedged under the school bus.