Weather-related issues are contributing to a delay examining a whale that beached this weekend at Beavertail State Park.
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While last year’s season reportedly racked up more than 33,000 trips all told, more are expected this year.
The city announced Tuesday the “Greater Fall River Addiction Help Center” will be opening this month as an ongoing resource.
Rhode Island’s senior senator asked James Comey about the apparent push for loyalty from the president.
A U.S. Navy sailor from Rhode Island remains missing two days after he was reported overboard near North Carolina.
Proposals for how the state might use self-driving vehicles are due to RIDOT in July.
A federal grand jury indicted two men accused of running a counterfeit goods scheme at a yard sale in Cranston.
Residents of several neighborhoods are being advised they may wish to shut their windows.
Those who bought tickets or paid for summer programs should file a complaint with the state.
In past years, parking lots have become dance floors, and streets have turned into pedestrian avenues.
David Deleon is accused of shooting and killing a man he knew, then dismembering the body of Dakota Gosselin and setting the remains on fire…
Google just released a new list of the top words people searched for to find the proper spelling.
From Tuesday, May 30, until Thursday, June 29, the bridge will be cut down to one lane in each direction around the clock.
A 47-year-old woman reported she her wallet was ripped out of her hands while she was sitting at a video gaming terminal at Twin River.
A grand jury has indicted a Providence man on a charge of first-degree murder after a stabbing last December.
A grand jury has indicted a Cranston man accused of shooting his ex-wife’s boyfriend last December.
Police in Fall River are looking for some help from the public in tracking down a fresh list of the city’s 10 most wanted criminal suspects.
Andrew Jett was on parole for killing a previous girlfriend when prosecutors say he stabbed to death an East Providence woman.
“This defendant is a very violent individual who poses a danger to women,” said Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn.
The owners had asked a friend to turn on propane at the house.
Pawtucket’s mayor is afraid the state is on the brink of the baseball club moving somewhere else.
House Republicans and trucking industry leaders say the state won’t get enough bang for its buck from the infrastructure plan.
The mayor wants to add law enforcement employees, pay city employees more, and give the city a “foundation for a solid future.”
The Dunk’s general manager has called internal meetings to consider ways of preventing possible future attacks.
The group is calling for spending on basic educational materials, rather than items that might be outside students’ basic needs.