Investigators found the body under a layer of concrete and a new deck at a home on Douglas Pike in Burrillville.
The inside scoop on the future of the PawSox, Governor Raimondo’s plan to fix bridges by tolling trucks, Mayor Elorza’s latest challenge and…
Fire officials said about 10 and a half acres burned in the area of Schoolhouse Road.
One of the most thrilling events of the year will take off this weekend, and several protocols have been put in place to ensure the safety o…
It was a summertime shocker that changed countless lives.
The $170,000 discrepancy was discovered several months ago, according to Lifespan Media Relations Director Gail Leach Carvelli.
Lincoln Chafee will announce his run for president in 2016 on Wednesday.
Volunteer dentists and hygienists are holding a clinic to offer free dental work to Rhode Islanders without dental insurance.
Lawsuit claims the strip club violated fair labor standards.
“It’s just not going to be the same place without her, and there’s a hole that will never be filled.”
Syphilis cases increased by 79 percent between 2013 and 2014, while gonorrhea and HIV infections rose by more than 30 percent, according to …
Gov. Raimondo is proposing borrowing $700 million to fix roads and bridges, then paying the money back by levying tolls on large commercial …
The firefighters had to be treated for heat exposure after battling a fire on Orchard Street Friday afternoon.
The quarterback was suspended four games after an NFL investigation found that he was “at least generally aware” of an illegal scheme to def…
Gov. Gina Raimondo discussed her plan to toll large commercial trucks during a taping of Newsmakers on Friday.
The zoo is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A Utah man has been sentenced for conspiring with his brother to ship 239 pounds of marijuana on a single-engine plane to Rhode Island.
Other recalls include night lights and cordless lawn mowers.
David Brown, 35, was taken into custody outside his apartment on Acushnet Avenue Thursday night.
Ceremonial torch run began at 1:30pm from the capital with a final destination of URI, where opening ceremonies will take place.
Governor Gina Raimondo discusses her truck tolling plan, PawSox and more.
Methuen police said both trees and power lines were brought down by the storm.
The Newport City Council has voted in favor of an ordinance that bans smoking on city beaches, parks and on the Cliff Walk.