Three big-name companies voluntarily recalled hundreds of products this week.
Health officials will continue to monitor the water quality, and once it’s safe for swimming will recommend the beach be re-opened.
Rhode Island’s business community is excited about the budget, in part because it aims to reduce the corporate tax rate from 9% to 7%.
John is now 94 years old, but still sharp as a tack as he reflects back on the day he was ready to give his life for his country.
The City of New Bedford is going to start selling its beach parking passes starting on Monday, June 9, 2014.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered in North Kingstown Friday for the wake of federal court security officer Frank McKnight.
A child, who police say was abused by her parents, will need extensive medical care, according to a doctor cited in court documents.
The Rhode Island Senate has approved a bill that would require a hands-free device to use a cellphone while driving.
Construction has started on Sagres, which has been closed since fire destroyed it in July 2013.
A Providence woman pleaded not guilty to a prostitution charge at an arraignment on Friday.
Rear Adm. Walter Carter, a native of Burrillville, Rhode Island, became the 54th president of the U.S. Naval War College in July 2013.
The victim, who was wearing a shirt from a Rhode Island business, was found Wednesday night at Town Neck Beach in Sandwich.
Events will be held this weekend in East Providence, Cranston, Coventry, and Cumberland.
Providence mayoral candidate Brett Smiley says his plan would pay teachers extra for taking on more responsibilities.
Luis “Fat Boy” Gonzalez is still waiting to learn his fate, after the jury failed to come to a verdict in their second day of deliberations.
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The state police investigation targeted what prosecutors say was a large-scale heroin trafficking operation in Providence.
The city’s $678.4-million budget includes additional funding for public safety as well as raises for several major public employee unions.
The $8.7-billion tax-and-spending plan makes a variety of cuts to cover increased spending on health care for low-income residents.
Police say a Seattle Pacific University student on Thursday disarmed a lone gunman who entered a building and shot four people.
Police executed a dual search warrant Friday at Silva’s Salon in Central Falls and a home on Brayton Court in Cumberland.
Flames broke out at about 5:30 p.m. at 147 Louise Street in Woonsocket.
Speaker Mattiello said the wide-ranging transportation plan has “no single burden we’re imposing on anyone that’s oppressive.”
Somerset police believe there is just one suspect responsible for two separate incidents at a local park.
Operation Welcome Home aims to secure jobs, housing, and proper medical care for those that served our country overseas.