More stories by Bill Tomison
A new booklet sets down policies and procedures for the hospitals of Rhode Island if they lose their power supply.
As the city unveiled a new street sweeper, the discussion turned to Allan Fung’s potential move after leaving the term-limited mayorship.
This year’s fifth graders will be the first to graduate from the middle school.
Troopers found the car after they say he’d crashed into a median guard-rail wire shortly after 4 a.m.
A grand jury has indicted the Coventry man accused of hitting a 19-year-old, killing him, and then fleeing.
Divers are likely to go underwater this weekend to study it.
It is the highest jackpot since the record-setting $1.59 billion jackpot in January 2016.
The department hopes to find 12 qualified applicants.
The school committee voted to remove their version of the policy that has been dubbed ‘food shaming.’
Officers had found him knocking on doors of homes on Slocum Road.
Robert Freiberger pleaded no contest to the charge of soliciting another person to start a motor vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock…
The group’s mission is not only to speak out against hatred, but also to open a dialogue and conversation about the differences in our cultu…
Prosecutors and defense attorneys delivered opening statements to a jury Tuesday morning.
When school starts this fall in Westerly, students won’t have the stress of ‘lunch shaming.’
Police are investigating after they say a group of men attacked one man, beat him and tried to steal his gold necklace.
A Swansea man who held his girlfriend hostage in a Seekonk motel last September has entered a guilty plea on multiple charges.
Police in Providence are investigating a man shot outside an apartment complex Monday morning.
The new laws streamline some processes for solar and renewable energy equipment.
The iconic rock band is being honored on the occasion of 40 years since they had the biggest concert audience in Rhode Island.
The 6-year-old says she’s too scared to sleep alone, after a 53-year-old North Smithfield man is accused of kicking her.
Anyone who does personal business at the state’s Motor Vehicle Division will now be registered to vote automatically unless they opt out.
The decision came after the mural had been repeatedly defaced by graffiti for years.
The state of Rhode Island has seen eight “co-sleeping” infant deaths in the past two years.
Diego Barros Pires was indicted for alleged involvement in a kidnapping case from last fall.
Troopers said he had eight people in a vehicle made to take five.