The initiative will prohibit cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and all smokeless tobacco products from being used on campus.
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Police have identified the person killed Monday afternoon after a car hit a tree on Liberty Lane.
George West, 42, was hit by a vehicle and killed Monday evening while he was walking on I-95.
When police arrested Jhonmar Roman, they say he admitted to having $900 worth of heroin on his person.
The suspect will face arraignment later for the Taunton crime.
Several of those taking the oath Friday have actually been living in the U.S. for decades, but made the move to get official.
Rhode Island is starting to ramp up the marketing of its design community and show off the talent based here.
The office of Rhode Island’s attorney general is joining a multistate investigation into Equifax after last week’s historic data breach.
The retailer is calling for consumers to bring the products back to the store for a refund.
Couriers picked up the pallets of soap packages Wednesday morning.
The suspect is accused of exposing himself to and assaulting a fellow student.
The time is now to get your student to start moving toward a regular sleep schedule for the new school year.
Read the full collection of all the ways you can help Harvey victims in the aftermath of the ravaging storm.
The Pawtucket City Council has suspended the license of a restaurant and banquet hall after a stabbing and shots-fired incident last week.
Lifeguards at Narragansett Town Beach closed the water to swimming due to the rough surf Wednesday afternoon.
Police arrested a man and a woman Tuesday morning on drug charges.
As the nation scrambles to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey, the Rhode Island Blood Center is calling for people to donate blood.
The American Psychiatric Association notes the therapy practices can be harmful.
A man is due back in court next month to be arraigned on charges he sent a dump truck barreling into a South Kingstown home, tearing a gapin…
Ten volunteers for the Rhode Island chapter of the American Red Cross are flying out to join in the recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey.
Parts of the second floor will have to be closed off as the school year begins while repairs continue on leaks in the roof.
The object remains completely buried by at least a foot of sand, according to the local beach association.
The Realtor Association of Southeastern Massachusetts is warning its members after a case of strange behavior in a potential buyer.
It’s very rare and not likely for a shark to actively attack a human, according to experts.
A new booklet sets down policies and procedures for the hospitals of Rhode Island if they lose their power supply.