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Rhode Island College will no long use campus police to chauffeur the executive to and from the airport.
A Providence fourth grader is looking for someone who will turn her locks of love into a special wig for her grandmother.
Documents indicate the defendant accused of starting the deadly fire and government are finalizing an agreement.
The investment company said all the money has been paid out and there are no living benefactors, but several retirees dispute that.
The letter arrived the day before the Secretary of State’s office held a document management workshop with the Warwick fire department.
Concerns about forgotten fund grow after questions surfaced only days ago.
The Battle of Rhode Island was New England’s final Revolutionary War battle, fought by a unique regiment.
More than $350,000 evaporated over the last half century, but no one knows why.
Lisa Kantor was a 7th grader at the Gordon School when Andrew Cohen was “attempting to be a counselor to her” about family issues.
New allegations have surfaced since the school first revealed a teacher was accused of molesting students.
A former MP is told his medals would “catch up to him.” And 50 years later they did.
Officials answer questions about the timing of a ceremony for a project that won’t be complete until the spring.
Juvenile Xavier Vidot is being tried as an adult for allegedly shooting and killing his mother’s boyfriend.
Christine Vaughan wasn’t supposed to be out of the hospital until December, but has progressed far beyond yet.
As part of the plea agreement, the government dismissed 21 other counts of the indictments, including money laundering charges.
An elderly woman claims she was duped out of $30,000. The funds ended up in the student’s bank account.
Matthew ‘Doc’ Perry hopes the claim he filed will help other veterans avoid what happened to him.
The author’s inspiration for her book is her own experience and her daughter’s struggles.
Jay Brennan retired the day after the clip was forwarded to the school’s administration.
The six-second, 13-word video provoked the retirement of a long-time principal.
The president of the Providence branch of the NAACP calls the language in the video unacceptable.
A Pawtucket kid who loves baseball steps into the batting cage for a young Texas ballplayer he’s never met.
DCYF is receiving millions less and it’s even worse when you add inflation to the mix.
Rhode Island’s child-welfare agency would agree to make a long list of changes to its operations as part of a negotiated agreement.