PARL said Phoebe came to the shelter a few weeks ago. And even though she’s 13 years old, she still loves to go for long walks.
Like all of New England, “The Rhode Show” runs on Dunkin’. And Wednesday, May 24 – a.k.a Iced Coffee Day – is the perfect time to celebrate…
Meteorologist Pete Mangione finds out what’s in store from festival organizer Trixie Wadson.
A member of the largest living species of lizard has taken up residence in Providence.
An air show aerobatic mainstay is among the talent taking to the skies in North Kingstown for the 2017 festivities.
The Rhode Island National Guard Open House and Air Show returns this weekend to Quonset State Airport! Major Christopher Peloso joins us wit…
The Rainforests, Rivers and Reefs exhibit kicks off a plan to redevelop the New Bedford zoo over the next 12 to 15 years.
Notorious is about 2 and a half months old, very active, and looking for a loving home.
Officers paid tribute to colleagues who had died in the past year as well as those who died in the line of duty.
A firefighter and paramedic who lent his hand to making music as well as saving lives is being remembered after his sudden death last week.
The night was just what the doctor ordered for kids who are dealing with cancer and the parents and family members who support them.
The playground will contain sensory rich equipment for children of all abilities, including musical instruments, swings, and spinners.
The 3-year-old male is very sweet and enjoys going outside, so a home with a fenced-in yard would be perfect for him.
In a 16-year tradition, members of the Woonsocket police department are walking to Washington, D.C. to help the families of fallen officers.
The inaugural event will be held May 15 at Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington.
The National Tour of CHICAGO will “razzle dazzle” at the Providence Performing Arts Center, May 2 – 7, 2017. CHICAGO is part of the Taco/Whi…
Gucci is a year old and a big dog. But despite his size, he’s very sweet, well-behaved, and loves to cuddle.
The parklet gives people a place to re-charge cell phones and laptops while enjoying the city.
This year’s Imagine Walk is underway in Warwick, with proceeds benefiting the Autism Project of Rhode Island.
A grant-funded program is helping The Autism Project of Rhode Island connect families and other organizations with training on how to deal w…
Instead of running the bases, PawSox Players Chandler Shepherd and Tim Roberson walked to school Friday morning.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza says leftover prescriptions are not only dangerous for children, but they could also be a gateway to more dang…
Truffle is 9 weeks old and she and her siblings are looking for loving families to take them home.
In order to help first responders deal with emotional trauma, a state firefighters’ union is holding a training for 60 volunteers.
A new rendering released Tuesday puts the proposed ballpark a block away from the highway.