The study suggests there may be a link between the increase in teen suicide rate and social media.
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Black Friday shopping is in full swing Friday.
The Woonsocket couple is now a family of three, and said it wouldn’t have happened without Lifespan’s Center for Bariatric Surgery.
The playground is the first of its kind in Southeastern Massachusetts.
Councilman John Igliozzi wants cameras in every classroom.
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Police in Westerly are investigating how someone stole a piece of sound equipment from the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
AAA Northeast shared safety tips this week for parents and drivers to encourage safer roadways for the festivities.
Fifty-seven companies went to the “Hiring Our Heroes” event to connect with military veterans looking for new jobs.
As thousands have started sharing on social media how they have been sexually harassed or assaulted, Rhode Island’s Day One organization is …
Three more Warwick schools were forced to cancel class Monday.
The victim is now in stable condition after being shot in the area of Weir Street and Taunton Green.
Some drivers are concerned about privacy protection when it comes to the new truck toll program.
“I think it is really important for us to encourage people to stick to their routines and not to live in fear,” Sarah Kelly-Palmer said.
After four recent pedestrian involved accidents, three of them deadly, Warwick police stepped up patrols today to warn drivers to pay attent…
Employees for the Block Island Ferry said any cancellations or schedule changes will be posted on their website.
A spokesperson for the university said the 18-year-old was skateboarding down West Alumni Avenue when he was hit.
The incident happened on West Alumni Avenue just west of Butterfield Road at around 5:30 p.m., according to URI spokesperson David Lavallee.
The child was struck Sunday evening outside the Burlington Coat Factory on Mariano Bishop Boulevard, according to police.
It happened outside a discount department store on Mariano Bishop Boulevard Sunday evening.
A recent study of federal highway statistics show that Labor Day has the third highest number of fatal crashes of all major holidays.
Harvey isn’t the only one to blame for high gas prices nationwide.
Lifeguards at Narragansett Town Beach closed the water to swimming due to the rough surf Wednesday afternoon.
To be eligible for the Rhode Island Promise Scholarship, students must be 2017 high school graduates who are 19 years old or younger.