For the 25th straight year, revelers gathered in Providence to watch the local icon be lit up with 7,500 lights.
There has to be a minimum pre-paid order of 900 sets of plates before the Division of Motor Vehicles will begin to issue them.
The playground is the first of its kind in Southeastern Massachusetts.
Viewers sent in photos of these rainbows forming following the storm on Nov. 16.
‘No-Shave November’ charitable fundraising is attracting active local supporters this month. Share your no-shave pics and causes with us!
Maude came to the shelter as a stray and is about 10 years old, very sweet and does well with other dogs.
The East Greenwich Town Council meeting has been cancelled because officials say the room was at capacity.
The project will start at the northern end of the highway in Cumberland and proceed south to Warwick.
For the first time in ten years, the cemetery is now opening a new two-and-a-half acre burial area.
National Family Volunteer Day supports communities and neighborhoods
Kev is 11 years old, loves being brushed and would do great in a home by himself or with other laid-back pets.
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea stopped by “The Rhode Show” on Wednesday morning to discuss the Online Teacher Resources available, as part…
Hundreds of family members, friends and fellow students paid tribute on Tuesday to a young woman who lost her life fighting a serious illnes…
Doctor Ray Mis was diagnosed as legally blind just days before turning 40. Instead of letting it derail his career, he let it inspire him to…
The donations will be distributed to about 150 food pantries and meal programs around Rhode Island.
Gianna Cirella had been battling a multi-layered illness before her death Nov. 1.
A fundraiser this weekend in Newport is designed to support a remarkable Portsmouth high schooler and her family cope with a devastating dia…
WaterFire Providence is hosting its annual Veterans Day weekend lighting with a special ceremony to honor our local heroes. The event will i…
The 5-year-old male enjoys just hanging out with people and would do great in a home with another cat.
Students dressed in their Halloween finest and marched to the gym for trick-or-treating.
Members will be distributing door hanger cards, seeking donations of canned goods and non-perishable food items to benefit the RI Food Bank.
The 6-month-old bunny is very sweet and personable and could do well in a home with calm cats or dogs, but not other bunnies.
AAA Northeast shared safety tips this week for parents and drivers to encourage safer roadways for the festivities.
As the holiday season looms, Rhode Island’s Lieutenant Governor is sending out a wish list — for a family of 500.
Make-A-Wish foundation makes the dreams of a Johnson girl come true