Mayor Elect Paul Heroux said his resignation will be effective starting January 2, 2018.
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U.S. Senate candidate Robert Flanders said he is confident he can win over Rhode Island and unseat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.
Some Bush Hog lawnmower and Sleep Number foot warmers were recalled this week.
The company said owners of the affected vehicles should receive a notification in the mail beginning in January.
Alzheimer’s a disease that 5.5 million Americans and their families are dealing with everyday.
Starting Nov. 17, Benny’s will have 1,000 of the company’s “legendary and collectible” pencils for sale in each of the remaining stores.
Crews this weekend will be working to repair to long-standing dip in the ramp connecting I-195 West and I-95 South.
Viewers sent in photos of these rainbows forming following the storm on Nov. 16.
Fire officials said the carbon monoxide came from a students beef dinner.
A new round of testing was sent out on Thursday, and the Westerly Water Department is hopeful that the test will come back clean.
Following a two month investigation, police arrested Seamus Simcock for the robbery of two banks in Pawtucket.
Francis Kinsey, 74, was arrested after an employee at Coventry Center Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation reported seeing him assaulting an 8…
The FDA said the company has received no reports of illnesses from the corn and the recall is out of an abundance of caution.
Police had been searching for 15-year-old Jaidynn Garcia-Vilkri after she was reported missing on Tuesday.
Security measures at airports, train stations and other transportation hubs are preparing for the busiest travel period of the year.
Construction crews are working against the clock to get as much work done on the new casino and hotel as possible before winter hits.
Councilwoman Maria Rivera said the damage from the storm was so extensive that people are still in need of power, food and water.
The century-old Edgewood Yacht Club burned down after it was struck by lightning during the Blizzard of 2011.
Police said the man threatened a store employee with a knife after he tried to stop him from leaving.
Health officials said a New Jersey woman who drank the milk became infected with antibiotic-resistant brucellosis.
The contaminated sample was collected Nov. 14 from the Bradford 2 Well, which has since been isolated from the system.
Bosco Tukamuhabwa, 46, was arrested in connection with the death of his estranged wife, 44-year-old Manirino Nkinamubanzi.
The Central Falls firefighters’ union posted on Twitter that there were no reported injuries due to the crash.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Patricia Serpa continued seeking answers Tuesday.
Saint Lawrence Martyr Church is having the bells removed on Nov. 20 weather depending.