A city man pleaded guilty Monday to charges in a 2013 home invasion and shooting.
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In order to help first responders deal with emotional trauma, a state firefighters’ union is holding a training for 60 volunteers.
The suspect was reportedly trying to gun the engine to escape – but failed because of the damage to his car.
A new rendering released Tuesday puts the proposed ballpark a block away from the highway.
Crews from the Pawtucket Fire Department were called to a Park Street apartment Monday morning.
Dignitaries broke ground for the ceremony Monday afternoon celebrating the building, set to be completed in 2019.
Mael Vasquez told police an intruder attacked him inside his home before he shot the man. The case is headed to a grand jury.
The college said 18-year-old Victoria Demers of Sutton, Massachusetts, died Thursday.
The company has apologized for the breach and is advising customers to watch their bills and credit reports.
A man who lost all of his right arm and a great deal of his left chose to present his Boston Marathon finisher’s medal to a local child also…
The city of Providence wants to make it easier for ex-convicts to stay on the right path.
A group of Providence business owners is backing the plan to pay for two years of tuition at public colleges for Rhode Island residents.
The newest technology in surveillance, including tethered drones, is among the measures police are taking to keep everyone safe.
A Taunton state representative filed a bill this week that would prevent the use of public benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.
The organizers of the Boston Marathon are taking part in a tribute to the youngest victim of the 2013 bombings.
The owner is filing for bankruptcy again, and it means 48 stores are expected to close from Maine to Maryland.
The resurfacing of the roadways will start next Tuesday, April 18. Drivers will want to take care because raised structures will be exposed.
The bridge now has one lane in each direction instead of two to accommodate equipment storage.
The project couldn’t be started in last weekend’s wintry mix conditions.
Police are looking for a man who they say pretended to be workinjg for the fire department and took money from a bakery for an “inspection.”
Police say a suspect in a March 3 shooting was arrested Wednesday night in Holyoke, Mass., some 70 miles away.
After a house fire on Fernwood Avenue last week, town officials in Bristol said one victim has died.
After about a month of testimony, the end appears to be near for lawyers in the case of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernande…
Residents are casting ballots Tuesday on whether to approve a debt exclusion to finance a new home for the Dartmouth Police Department.
About one million taxpayers across the country have money coming to them – because they never did one important thing a couple years ago.