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The study was conducted two years ago and looked at four roads in Providence, but not any in nearby Cranston.
Residents of Cranston and Providence say the new traffic pattern will increase speeding and force more traffic on side roads.
Lawmakers approved a lollygagging bill on Thursday, making it illegal to linger in the left lane.
A senate committee has passed a bill for students to participate in virtual classrooms on snow days.
The bill requires parents to take a one-hour course to update them on the rules of the road.
About ten inches of rain has fallen in the past two weeks.
Eyewitness News captured a group of bikes as their riders gathered in a parking lot off Thurbers Avenue.
Warwick Police and animal control are searching for a suspect.
Last year, 336 Rhode Islanders died from overdoses.
Cranston Police confirm an autopsy is being done to determine how the person died at the multi-family home.
At only three days old, Austin Prario had his first of many open heart surgeries.
The “Right to Try” bill passed in the Rhode Island House and heads to the Senate.
After not increasing the budget last year, committee members agreed on a budget proposal increase of $4.8 million dollars.
Spicer, a Barrington native, apologized Tuesday, saying he “mistakenly made an inappropriate and insensitive reference to the Holocaust.”
On Monday night, neighbors joined their state representative in a meeting to discuss the issue.
James Lombardi, 32, of 45 Wakefield Avenue, Cranston was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
The medical examiner was on scene.
“There wasn’t a window left in the house, smoke [was] billowing out of the house,” a neighbor recalled.
Superintendent Philip Thornton apologized for not informing students, parents, and staff about the failed fire alarm systems in two schools …
Elevated levels of carbon dioxide were detected in classrooms at Veterans Middle School.
El Chapin restaurant set to partially reopen Saturday.
Dozens gathered outside the National Grid on Allens Ave to protest.
The leak was coming from an underground steel pipe near a National Grid facility on Allens Ave.
The building was clearly compromised and crews are working to secure it before removing the van.