The blood drive more than double its donation goal for Gianna Cirella, a junior battling pneumonia in both her lungs and a blood infection.
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Police are searching for the F-150 seen fleeing the scene.
Two victims were slashed in a pair of attacks early Friday morning.
Perrot said Wednesday that he is now “truly free.”
Coyote expert Numi Mitchell says it is important to make your neighborhood worthless to coyotes.
Police believe the couple was targeted.
Two men were witness fleeing the scene on foot.
Residents can use website to report incidents that are non-violent, have no known suspects and have no physical evidence left at the scene.
Crews in Fall River are working to repair a water main break that has flooded homes in the city.
Robert Fonseca, 31, agreed to plead guilty to gun-related charges.
When a masked robber entered the Farm Market convenience store and demanded money, the store’s owner defended himself and his store.
A Dartmouth man is facing several charges after police found more than 200 grams of Fentanyl in his house.
Four more Benny’s stores are closing this weekend as the chain continues to wind down to its total shutdown later this year.
Ten dogs traveled some 1,600 miles from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to Middletown, to be cared for by the Potter League for Animals.
Red Cross volunteer Joey Kraus says he’s done a lot in the past two weeks, such as working in donation warehouses to driving supply vans.
The retired head of the state police, Steven O’Donnell, said his son Conor got his girlfriend to safety then worked to help the injured.
No foul play is suspected at this time.
Two people were swept into the water during the high surf and dense fog Wednesday night.
The number of people in Rhode Island who have STDs – especially chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis – is way up, according to the state Depar…
CTE is a degenerative brain condition linked to concussions that currently can only be detected after someone has died.
Hundreds of bikers clad in leather assembled for the run, honoring Dorian Murray’s love of motorcycles.
Providence Police are calling the incident a “robbery gone bad.”
It’s believed the shooting suspect was driving a newer model Chrysler 300.
A Woonsocket teenager who suffers from a rare form of dwarfism hopes a wheelchair accessible van would help her gain independence.
Providence Police say charges against the driver are pending.