As temperatures inch up this year, it’s time to start considering guarding against extreme heat.
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Police say a woman driving a blue station wagon or similar vehicle hit a young girl Wednesday morning and took off.
In a 16-year tradition, members of the Woonsocket police department are walking to Washington, D.C. to help the families of fallen officers.
Just two weeks after one of the owners of Eagan’s Package Store was shot in an attempted robbery, the door opened once again Tuesday.
RIDOT has to perform some preventative maintenance on Providence-area Interstate bridges.
A Providence grand jury indicted a Bristol man and woman this week on charges of murdering 66-year-old Eudora Gustafson back in February.
In a new partnership, the city’s police department is taking a new approach to help fight Rhode Island’s drug addiction epidemic.
Hospital officials locked the emergency room area down before about twenty people were removed by police.
Despite the expectation of defoliation, the state isn’t planning to spray against the caterpillars.
The judge on Thursday ordered 18-year-old Billy Morris held for an additional 120 days.
The first location where tolls will be charged is I-95 on the Hopkinton-Richmond line.
It’s been 15 years in the making and is more cost-effective than training firefighters at their individual hometown departments.
Legend has it that the plate has been passed down for almost a hundred years.
A new bill proposed giving workers the option of choosing either comp day or time-and-a-half if overtime is worked.
Since gypsy moths have been eating away at Rhode Island trees for years, Rep. Patricia Morgan says it’s time the state took action against t…
The town’s deputy police chief said he believes the discrepancies are likely the result of clerical errors.
All affected fixtures have now been replaced, local school officials say.
The casino launched the construction of a $25 million, 135-room “amenity” hotel and spa Tuesday, slated to open next June.
The Westerly Education Center offers classrooms that businesses can use to train their employees.
A grant-funded program is helping The Autism Project of Rhode Island connect families and other organizations with training on how to deal w…
Fans of the Newport mansion have mounted a petition against plans to build a visitor’s center on the property – as construction on the build…
The man was last seen near State Avenue.
Police said they responded to a reported armed robbery at Eagan’s Package Store on Cohannet Street Wednesday night.
The two families whose loved ones were buried in the wrong gravesites are coming to terms with the mistake.
Lawrence Army, Jr., an attorney for inmate Kyle Kennedy, said Wednesday that Hernandez told his client in early March he was thinking he was…