The survey discovered, through customer responses, that people are very passionate about the Christmas candies they do not like.
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Police responded to a serious two-car crash on I-295 North in Johnston.
This piece of artwork is a panorama that is nearly 1,300 feet long and took 20 years of planning and work to restore.
William Dority, 56, was arraigned on Wednesday and did not enter a plea. He is due back in court in February.
Police say the suspects, one female and one male, purchased American Express cards using two counterfeit $100 bills.
Bob and Meg Vanderslice donated the first Christmas tree they had after moving into their home in North Kingstown.
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Police say the suspects charged $1,374.47 on the card, which was stolen from a vehicle in Providence on Oct. 14.
According to museum officials, the Whaling Museum’s program is the only awardee from New England.
Hunting hours remain half hour before sunrise to half hour after sunset and all deer should be tagged and checked within 24 hours.
More than 130 women troopers attended the second annual NESPAC Women’s Leadership Conference.
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The Rhode Island Lottery announced that Mega Millions is being enhanced by implementing larger starting jackpots.
Professor of plants sciences at URI Brian Maynard says he begins protecting his plants by the time temperatures reach 32 degrees.
The Cranston Police Department is closing the road while a trench is built across the street for a sewer improvement project.
The Warwick Fire Department was called to help the distressed bird that appeared to be struck in a tree.