The head of the State Police confirmed investigators are looking into whether two Providence cops were collecting mail ballots at Crossroads.
The Bristol County District Attorney is joining the growing field of people considering a run to become Fall River’s next mayor.
A house on Hayden Avenue was severely damaged by fire Friday morning, which also left several pets dead.
UMass Dartmouth Police are investigating after a student was stabbed during an altercation in his Cedar Dell apartment.
Menino, 71, was diagnosed with cancer about a month after leaving office in January.
The Centers for Disease Control is now electronically notifying the state health department each time travelers from West Africa arrive to Rhode Island.
School officials said more students were absent than usual on Thursday, but it appears as though most families are choosing to send their kids to class, despite the threat.
The doctor, Craig Spencer, reported Thursday morning coming down with a 103-degree fever and diarrhea.
The report makes 18 recommendations to the city, including a complete overhaul of the way Providence awards tax breaks to developers.
Owner Giovanni Feroce announced Thursday that the Providence Sky Chiefs will make their debut in the American Basketball Association debut later this month.
School officials and parents came together in Warwick Thursday for the annual Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency School Safety Conference.
A retired San Diego police criminalist apparently killed himself after being linked to the murder of a 14-year-old Cranston girl three decades ago.
The action comes one day after the National Highway Traffic Safety Agency admitted it issued incorrect information regarding the number of vehicles affected.
A Central Falls family was fortunate to escape serious danger after a large tree split in two and crashed outside their home during Wednesday night’s storm.
A hopeful for state representative was investigated by police after inappropriate texts were sent to 18 year old student.
An eyewitness in Texas tells Target 12 an off-duty Providence police officer threatened a spa employee.