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Four Rhode Island beaches that were previously closed to swimming have been reopened, the Department of Health announced Thursday.
The warning from police for the holiday weekend: Officers are watching the roads, and will catch you if you’re intoxicated behind the wheel.
The Barrington harbor patrol took boats out Friday morning to search, after a man went out on the water and never returned.
With traffic in gridlock and beaches and parking lots packed in South Kingstown, police were forced to turn back beachgoers.
Nursing assistant who worked at state facility is nabbed for taking and pawning two rings that a local veteran’s family considers priceless.
Check out the Bristol Parade route for the Fourth of July.
The tipster, who called defense attorney James Sultan from a blocked number, said she recognized the juror from a post-verdict interview.
Rhode Island emergency management officials recommend putting together a kit with enough supplies to last families at least a week.
Authorities allege Loughlin sexually abused two boys, ages 4 and 5, while working as an attendant at the campus daycare center in January an…
A plane powered by the sun’s rays landed in Hawaii Friday after a record-breaking five-day journey across the Pacific Ocean from Japan.
A New Bedford couple who kept several animals behind a Tiverton condemned home is not likely to face criminal charges because of it.
Every year the U.S. experiences roughly 1,300 tornadoes and no state is immune to them.
Saturday looks to be warm and dry with temperatures reaching close to the 80-degrees.
Police confirm one person was stabbed in the hand, but the injury is not serious. However, one person was arrested.
Authorities have released a computer-generated image of a young girl found dead, hoping to get clues about the toddler’s identity.
The RI Department of Environmental Management pulled a boat out of the water in Haines Park around 10 p.m. Thursday with no one on board.
After 35 years of serving the Providence Fire Department, Chief Clarence Cunha is retiring.
The fire broke out at about 3 A.M. at Krysia’s Custom Tailor on Broadway.
The R.I. Department of Transportation says relief is in sight for business owners and drivers in Apponaug Village in Warwick, where road con…
Food waste, leaf and yard waste, home construction debris and paint are among prohibited items that are frequently put in recycling bins.
A USA Today report reviewed 50,000 passenger complaints, including 178 claims at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick.
Organizations that owe the city money will no longer be eligible for city services unless they enter into a payment plan.