The Rhode Show Annual City Bride offered a full array of wedding vendors and services for local brides and grooms planning their big day was…
Due to bad weather in the forecast, organizers of the annual Gaspee Days celebration are postponing Friday evening’s scheduled fireworks.
After approximately 100 days in the egg, a white spotted bamboo shark was born Sunday morning.
A seal is scheduled to be released into the wild in Rhode Island after being nursed back to health at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut.
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Big Ben is a 7-year-old cat that is looking for a new home. Big Ben is a sweet and easygoing cat that loves e…
Hundreds participated in the Relay for Life in E.Providence on June 6th.
The friend of a family who lost nearly everything in a fire is working to help get them back on their feet.
Events will be held this weekend in East Providence, Cranston, Coventry, and Cumberland.
Savor cocktails, delicious food from dozens of local restaurants and dance the night away to the World Premiere Band.
The moving memorial will be assembled at India Point Park, where it will be open to the public starting at noon Thursday.
Warwick’s City Council has put on hold a proposal to lease the Conimicut Point Lighthouse as an inn.
Ponaganset High School science teacher David Moscarelli was named the 2015 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year in a surprise ceremony Monday.
Special Olympics RI held their annual Summer Games at the University of Rhode Island May 30-June 1.
The Rhode Island Lottery is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its first drawing on Friday.
Brewery 401, named after Rhode Island’s only area code, is the smallest brewery in the nation’s smallest state.
Providence parks will receive tens of thousands of dollars worth of upgrades, including new bleachers and railings at Roger Williams Park an…
A 7-year-old Burrillville boy whose cancer fight drew national attention is scheduled to get a bone marrow transplant.
Katy is an 8-year-old loveable lap cat who loves to lie in her bed and knows how to stay out of trouble.
Governor Deval Patrick announced the state is offering $10.3 million in grants for cities to build or renovate playgrounds and spray parks i…
A Providence 14-year-old is representing Rhode Island for the second time in the National Geographic Bee.
Seven local colleges have held Relay For Life events across the Ocean State, and now community events are set to begin.
Louie is a great lap cat and gets along well with the other cats and children.
It will soon be easier for first responders to locate people in need of help in remote areas on the city bike path.
A new exhibit is offering Rhode Islanders a trip down memory lane by showcasing the history of recreation in the Ocean State.
More than 100 cars, trucks and trains were on hand for the Touch A Truck on May 10 at Quonset Point in North Kingstown. Proceeds benefit the…