Seven people, some with serious injuries, have been transported to the hospital after a car struck a van carrying residents from a group home late Thursday morning.
Just 18% of Rhode Islanders describe Rhode Island as the best or one of the best places to live, according to a new Gallup poll – the lowest percentage in the country.
DEVELOPING NEWS // Police are still searching for Francisco Diaz, 32, who is suspected of shooting a 54-year-old Providence woman Wednesday night.
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Cranston mayor wants to return to two separate boards of education for secondary education and the colleges.
A truck accident reportedly took down several telephone poles, but most of the neighborhood saw their power restored within a few hours.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a parking lot on Canal Street.
Four private colleges in Rhode Island’s capital city have agreed to offer additional summer learning opportunities for dozens of Providence high school students beginning this summer
Postal workers in Providence are holding a protest outside of a local Staples location in response to the big box retailer’s plan to create postal service units staffed by Staples employees at more nationwide locations.
The state’s recycler is trying to spread the word to keep plastic bags out of your recycling bin.
According to police, an 18-year-old male was shot at about 9 p.m., but they’re unsure of exactly where the crime took place.
National Grid believes the gusty winds dislodged a wire from a pole, causing the outage.
According to Det. Capt. Steve Vicente, the suspect entered the Tedeschi’s market on Ashley Boulevard just after 3 p.m.
RI Director of Revenue, Rosemary Booth Gallogly, said the addition of table games to Twin River has pulled in just more than $7 million for the state as of the end of February.