After a few showers moved through our area on Saturday, we’ll get brighter, drier and warmer weather for Sunday.
Traffic was brought to a standstill on Route 95 in Warwick after an SUV rolled over.
It’s estimated there is thousands of dollars in damage after vandals smashed the custom, hand-crafted pulpit, and took 15 rosary beads off t…
A private organization is continuing search efforts for a missing boater after officials suspended their efforts.
New Hampshire conservation officers say a 28-year-old Rhode Island man was critically injured in an all-terrain vehicle crash in Belmont, Ne…
Someone went into the Our Lady of the Rosary church in Providence, smashed the custom, hand-crafted pulpit and took 15 rosary beads off the …
David Ortiz will be using his glove to start a game in Fenway Park for the first time in nearly 10 years.
The casino gambling industry is off and running with the recent opening of the state’s first official casino, Plainridge Park in southeaster…
The first heavy freighter to offload cargo at the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal is arriving this week.
Longtime Rhode Island talk show host Dave Barber has died.
The Red Sox have bolstered their bullpen by recalling right-hander Steven Wright from Triple-A Pawtucket on Saturday.
Bristol’s parade continues to reign as the longest-running, consecutive Independence Day parade in the country.
A man whose cousin was charged with selling stolen grave markers decided to try to make up for his relative’s actions.
An unattended rice cooker left in the parking lot sparked a security scare at Twin River Casino Saturday morning.
Lincoln Chafee’s presidential run is leaving some New Hampshire Democrats a bit puzzled.
Police in Massachusetts caught two women who were allegedly transporting illegal fireworks.
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After using a helicopter, divers, and boats, their search under good conditions Friday turned up nothing, which surprised search crews.
Experts say preparing for the storm is the most important way to stay on top of the changing weather conditions.
State police spokesman David Procopio tells The Boston Globe that people have provided information on other missing children, too.
All week the Pinpoint Weather Team has been talking about severe summer threats.
Thousands of spectators will be at the parade and on Friday State Police and Bristol police officials said they are ready for the event.