A wind advisory is in effect for Block Island until 11 p.m. Saturday. Northeast winds could gust to 50mph.
Proposals for an historic lighthouse and new lice policies bugging local parents – just two of the headlines in this week’s Sunday Local Rou…
The event, which draws thousands, honors families and survivors touched by breast cancer.
An East Providence man has been arrested for possessing an alligator without a proper permit.
As Hurricane Joaquin churns up the ocean off the East Coast, it’s not only recreational boaters and fishermen who have to worry about rough …
Mammoths and mastodons, another elephant-like creature, were common in North America before disappearing around 11,700 years ago
According to health officials, Dean Foods issued a voluntary recall for Sunkist brand Frozen Mango Fruit Sorbet Bars for possibly containing…
The product was originally recalled by General Mills.
The annual pumpkin display was scheduled to open Thursday night, but it was postponed due to weather.
Shooter Christopher Sean Harper-Mercer later killed himself as officers arrived, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said Saturday.
While spared the full fury of Hurricane Joaquin, parts of the East Coast still saw record-setting rain Saturday that shut down roads, waterl…
In its last communication, the crew reported that the vessel had lost propulsion and had taken on water.
A Warwick police officer was checked out after his cruiser was struck Saturday morning.
The Cranston Police Department has created a “safe zone” at its headquarters for people who want to meet in person to exchange merchandise t…
Massachusetts is hoping to crack down on underage drinking on college campuses.
Bernie Sanders is making a campaign swing through Massachusetts.
The inside scoop about Raimondo and RIDOT, AG Kilmatin and 38 Studios, Whitehouse’s big week, the PawSox and more.
Scores and highlights from around Southern New England with Yianni Kourakis and Mark Dondero.
The Community College of Rhode Island says it prepares for active shooter situations because it’s something that can happen anywhere.
The firefighters at the Coventry Fire District haven’t been paid in more than a month.
The center is being named for PC alumnus Arthur Ryan ‘63 and his wife, Patricia, whose generous gift helped make the facility possible.