Firefighters around Rhode Island bought and wore “Go Gold” t-shirts in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
For nearly 20 years of Tuesdays, in a pub on Smith Street, talent reaches back into this neighborhood’s Irish roots.
All funds raised this year by the Dorian J. Murray Foundation went to support a St. Baldrick’s Foundation grant for cancer research.
No other information was given about the man except that he’s in his 50s and was likely bitten by an infected mosquito in early to mid-Augus…
The head of the state’s emergency management agency said a major storm would trigger the mandatory evacuation of 21 Rhode Island communities…
As the devastating storm inches closer and closer to Florida, people continued to arrive here at T.F. Green Airport.
Accidental purchases made by kids can add up quickly.
The 93-year-old retailer’s owners said they were ready to retire and could no longer compete successfully in the age of Amazon.com.
HASCON starts Friday and runs through Sunday at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin’ Donuts Center.
The owners of several city bars face money laundering and tax evasion charges.
The retired police officer known as the “Dancing Cop” has been disinvited from a parade in South Kingstown.
In order to ensure your information is secure, the FTC provided some steps to protect yourself from identity theft.
A Warwick man accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian back in February has been arraigned in Superior Court after his indictment.
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard will leave on a recovery mission to the Virgin Islands Friday afternoon.
Schools across the country are debating how to handle past-due lunch tabs.
Earlier in the week, some flights out of Florida cost travelers well over $1,000. On Wednesday, one airline stepped in to help.
The man held up the Citizens Bank branch located within the Stop & Shop on Cottage Street, according to police.
Mayor Jasiel Correia sat down with Eyewitness News for an interview following several media reports about a possible investigation.
The massive flight from the tropics continued Thursday, literally by way of flight.
Taunton police said a man in his late 20’s or early 30’s held up the Mechanics Cooperative Bank on County Street Tuesday.
The incident happened on West Alumni Avenue just west of Butterfield Road at around 5:30 p.m., according to URI spokesperson David Lavallee.
A state consultant’s report on school building conditions will be released next week.
As students settle into a new school year, a debate over laptops is brewing in the Chariho Regional School District.
The nonprofit founder convicted of embezzlement and other charges filed a motion for release on bail as he awaits the outcome of his appeal.
Among those bracing for the storm are countless New England natives, including Kari Lyke who grew up in Portsmouth.