Elmwood’s Peace and Plenty Park is six years in the making. Saturday morning, members of the Eyewitness News team and WPRI family painted, weeded, and swept what was once a blighted lot.
A group of volunteers from WPRI helped maintain the park and the surrounding area on Saturday.
The Marine Corps and Salvation Army hope to collect 100,000 toys this year for the less fortunate.
Butterscotch is a 5-month-old rex rabbit who would make a great indoor companion for any household.
Saturday was the 9th Annual Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation Flames of Hope WaterFire lighting in downtown Providence.
Two sheriff’s deputies from Missouri are traveling to Rhode Island to help build a playground in honor of Tyler Seddon.
Matilda has two types of cancer, but you would never know it by her active, fun-loving attitude.
Oreo is 2 years old, really outgoing, and would make a great companion.
The Rhode Island State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration are hosting another prescription drug take back day.
The two kittens are among a group of about 25 at the shelter who are spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and ready to be taken home by a loving family.
Rhode Island College is celebrating the opening of its newly renovated arts building.
Eyewitness News is a proud sponsor of the international coastal cleanup day with Save the Bay.
Scooter is a cuddly, loving puppy who’s looking for a new home.
While the colors of the past few years have been muted by tropical storms and too much moisture, the weather conditions look to be perfect for this year.
A Fall River man who rushed into a burning building to alert residents to a fire has been honored with a civilian bravery award given each year on the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.
Taffy is 8 weeks old and he, along with his brothers and sisters, are up for adoption at the Providence Animal Rescue League.