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In 2017, Allegiant Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Norwegian Airlines added flights to and from T.F. Green Airport.
Consumers say they’ll spend an average of $967.13 this holiday season; that’s up 3.4% from last year.
About one in five Rhode Islanders have unclaimed property, according to the general treasurer’s office.
“When they found her, she was in the fetal position, just really afraid,” Delia Church said, fighting back tears.
The vendor that built UHIP informed state leaders last month about a previously unknown bug in the system that caused applications to go mis…
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Since 2015, more than 500,000 hoverboards have been recalled.
The amount of money victims receive will depend on how much was lost and the number of people who submit valid claims, according to the FTC.
The breach lasted from mid-May through July, according to the credit reporting agency, but customers weren’t notified until September.
The recall covers several Empire Kosher Poultry products that were sold nationwide.
Patients whose information was stolen were offered one year of free credit monitoring.
Target 12 has uncovered serious violations at some establishments that specialize in manicures and pedicures.
Upserve, a Providence-based tech startup, has created a new platform to help restaurants meet the demand.
Most afternoons, when Gabriel Melo gets home from school, he puts on his super hero vest.
Apple says it is working to correct the issue, which autocorrects i to an uppercase A with a question mark next to it.
The federal agency that oversees the problem said it expects to levy penalties against Rhode Island in the coming months due to UHIP.
A local expert says scammers often use real addresses and photos from real listings to try to steal money from potential renters.
Milk was left off of the ingredient list of several packaged chocolate products.
“I opened the front door and looked and the mail lady was actually stuck in the floor of my porch!”
The attorney, Deming Sherman, is tasked with sorting out food-stamp delays caused by the problem-plagued computer system.
Across the area, there have been dozens of reports of toppled trees and crushed cars following the strong storm Sunday night into Monday.
About 300 calls were routed incorrectly, due to a change that was made to HealthSource RI’s phone menu Tuesday, according to a spokesperson.
The lawsuit claims, “the damage done to these individuals may follow them for the rest of their lives.”
Since its launch last September, the system has affected health care and other benefits for tens of thousands of Rhode Islanders.