A chicken wing eating contest was held at the 99 Restaurant in Westerly Wednesday night to raise money for 8-year old Dorian Murray.
He’s not old enough to drive, but 8-year-old Dorian Murray already has his own vanity license plate.
The 12-year-old Pekinese is house-trained, loves attention and is looking for a loving home.
The brother and sister bunnies have been together all their lives and would like to be adopted by the same loving home.
From celebrities to local school children, and even pets – the outpouring for Dorian has been awe-inspiring.
Brody is a 12-year-old cocker spaniel who’s looking for a loving home to live out his golden years.
The Rhode Show and Cardi’s Furniture are proud to present the annual Big Break Contest! We are looking for local music groups and solo artis…
AmeriCorps members and Providence high school students built furniture, made repairs, and painted murals at the West End Recreation Center.
The Islamic School of Rhode Island and the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island are teaming up to do something meaningful.
On Thursday, the parade committee voted overwhelmingly to overturn their decision to shorten the parade route.
Dorian Murray’s mom is helping him enjoy his new found fame, but she hopes to do more about cancer awareness soon.
The committee has decided to not shorten the route of the Bristol 4th of July Parade.
“It has been a whirlwind,” said Dorian’s mom, Melissa Murray. “It’s unreal how this took off.”
The male guinea pigs are social fellas who love to snuggle and would make great new friends for a loving home.
The Patriots tight end hung out with Dorian, an 8-year-old Westerly boy who’s battling cancer.
Eyewitness News has learned the parade committee will vote again on whether or not to shorten the start of the parade by a half-mile.
Christmas is a 12-year-old male cat who is very mellow and gets along well with other cats and children.
The Rhode Island Zoological Society will continue to run the Roger Williams Park Zoo for the next twenty years, under a new lease and operat…
The National Grid Foundation donated $100,000 to the Providence Diocese’s Keep the Heat On program
When serious snow arrives in Cranston this winter, several Cranston high school students will be tackling driveways and sidewalks for needy …
The 9-year-old would do well in a household with children, but not other cats.
Seven Rhode Island Pop Warner football teams and their cheer squads were honored for their success Tuesday at the State House.
Tony Manzi has cut five generations of hair at Manzi’s Barber Shop in Cranston.
Managers at the Alex and Ani Skating Center in downtown Providence told Eyewitness News they are happy the ice will soon be solid enough to …
Some local Benny’s patrons are remembering the old adage: “it’s better to give than receive.”