RI Director of Revenue, Rosemary Booth Gallogly, said the addition of table games to Twin River has pulled in just more than $7 million for the state as of the end of February.
Despite an unusually cold and snowy winter, officials began aerial spraying on Thursday to help control the mosquito breeding.
Just 18% of Rhode Islanders describe Rhode Island as the best or one of the best places to live, according to a new Gallup poll – the lowest percentage in the country.
Photo Gallery // Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII will be declared saints in a historic double canonization on April 27.
Former Marine and political newcomer Cormick Lynch has kicked off his campaign for the Rhode Island congressional seat now held by Democratic Rep. David Cicilline.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a parking lot on Canal Street.
According to police, an 18-year-old male was shot at about 9 p.m., but they’re unsure of exactly where the crime took place.
Seekonk Police are trying to find a suspect in a breaking-and-entering and larceny at a local sandwich shop.
The state’s recycler is trying to spread the word to keep plastic bags out of your recycling bin.
National Grid believes the gusty winds dislodged a wire from a pole, causing the outage.
Two popes are being canonized — elevated to sainthood — this weekend, and an expert at Providence College says it appears to be the first case of a double canonization ever.
Four private colleges in Rhode Island’s capital city have agreed to offer additional summer learning opportunities for dozens of Providence high school students beginning this summer
The state department charged with vetting companies that want to win a medical marijuana dispensary license says the process is ongoing, but offered no timeline for when it might be completed.
The Scott Carlson Memorial Road Race 5K run/walk surpassed the half-million dollar mark in fundraising for The ALS Association-Rhode Island Chapter.