According to residents on Social Drive in Warwick, at about 10:30 a.m. a powerful storm moved through the city and sent a bolt of lightning into a tree, snapping it in half.
Pell, a political newcomer, suggested new investments in business loans and job training to jump-start the economy.
The University of Rhode Island has voted to arm its campus police officers.
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A piece of property on Washington Street has sat virtually untouched since being destroyed by fire in January during a snowstorm. But now, crews will finally begin the process of removing the debris.
Police have obtained an arrest warrant for a suspect they believe fired shots at two men sitting in a car on Monday afternoon.
Police are investigating after a late-night assault on Tuesday sent one person to the hospital.
The suspect in an armed robbery in Cranston has turned himself in to Providence Police.
According to the National Day of Action plan provided by the union, protests are planned in both Providence and Springfield, Massachusetts on Thursday.
A Kansas judge granted a request Wednesday to formally change the name of the soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks from Bradley Edward Manning to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning.
The New England Amputee Association is partnering with Kent Hospital’s Outpatient Rehab Services to run informational meetings for amputees and their families.
Five men, including a man in Rhode Island, are now facing federal fraud charges in a massive ID theft and fake tax return scheme.
While Rhode Island has seen a slight increase in baby lobsters, Maine’s lobster harvest is way down — and a bubble may be getting ready to burst.
A $200,000 federal grant is coming to New Bedford with the hope of boosting the city’s economy.