The disease, nicknamed “lepto,” can potentially be deadly to dogs and can even spread to humans.
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The aim is to give Rhode Island patients more opportunity for quality care — while also reducing lengthy trips.
The American Red Cross suggests preparing for the storm by putting together a supply kit.
Police said a neighbor found Martha Williams and Jean Haley, both 97, dead at Haley’s Opechee Drive home Saturday morning.
Drivers who block cross traffic at certain city intersection when the light turns red could receive a fine.
A job fair is being held at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Many job seekers are expected to show up with their best foot forward to find employment — and employers are looking to fill positions.
A male suspect was pronounced dead on the way to the hospital and a weapon was recovered at the scene.
People camped out, hoping to get free meals as one of the first 100 customers in line.
RhodeWorks is a plan to spend $4.8 billion on state infrastructure over the next decade.
Community members are opening up and helping out the Cotter family of Lantern Lane in Exeter after a fire destroyed their home last week.
It may seem counterintuitive — waiting to take a heart attack victim to the hospital — but it’s actually saving lives, according to medica…
It forbids a person from entering or standing in the road, or a median to receive money from drivers.
It will be the first time since 1983 that a significant portion of Narragansett’s beer production will be in the Ocean State.
Though he stressed it’s a nomination, not the last word, the former Rhode Island Chief Justice said Neil Gorsuch’s judicial record is likely…
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Patriots fullback James Develin’s parents said it took more than just hard work to get their son to this point.
In the Patriots’ “drive for 5,” looking for a fifth Super Bowl win, they’re sending a bus across country to appeal to fans and ‘haters.’
Patriots Nation has an unsuspected Steelers fan in their midst – the head of the Providence Diocese.
Allan Fung expressed some disappointment that Gov. Gina Raimondo won’t be attending.
Federal Hill business owners are trying to bring in more business — and one plan includes a slight brand change.
Beginning February 1, disabled and elderly RIPTA riders will have to pay 50 cents instead of riding for free.
“We want a police presence. We want these streets cleaned,” said Rep. John Lombardi.
The officer had approached Robert Camara Jr. about a shoplifting incident at the Plainville Target, according to police.