RIEMA’s director says they are closely monitoring Jose, but they will not activate its emergency operations center.
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Certified financial planner Donald Sowa says many people in their 50’s and 60’s aren’t financially ready for retirement.
The company has received six incident reports, including two injuries.
Accidental purchases made by kids can add up quickly.
HASCON starts Friday and runs through Sunday at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin’ Donuts Center.
As students settle into a new school year, a debate over laptops is brewing in the Chariho Regional School District.
Dr. Vinh Tran, an optometrist, said eye strain – or asthenopia – can damage a child’s developing eyes.
With hundreds of dollars from a fundraiser in limbo, Melody Borden reached out to Call 12 for Action.
AAA’s “Car Doctor” shares some tips for spotting a flood-damaged car.
For that reason, experts say it’s never too soon to start teaching kids the importance of being organized.
Dish soap and chicken sausage products were also recalled this week due to potential contamination.
A local expert shares some fun ways to teach your kids an important life skill.
Rhode Island “over-issued benefits to a substantial number of households,” according to the letter from Food and Nutrition Service.
The law enacted in June requires children to ride in rear-facing car seats until the age of 2.
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The median sale price of single-family homes in Rhode Island in July 2017 was $270,000. At the same time last year, the median price was $26…
A caller claiming to be from the R.I. Division of Taxation appears to be targeting taxpayers for personal information and money.
“We want you to help. We don’t want you to lose money and become a victim yourself.”
Doc Martens, hydrogen peroxide and a crawfish kit are all on the CPSC’s recall list.
“The trend is continuing and we expect it to go forward,” Careerbuilder’s Michael Erwin told CBS News.
“The fact that we have to come into this lot and pay $6 every single time we come in here, whether it’s credit card or cash, I actually thin…
A spokesman said the issue was caused when information was put into the old computer system rather than the new one that launched last month…