The owner wants to redefine the ADHD acronym, saying the letters in his program stand for: Athletics, Discipline, Hope and Determination.
Millions of children are allergic to peanuts, and some may have life-threatening reactions if accidentally exposed to them.
A University of Rhode Island student athlete is doing her part to help children get a proper education in developing countries.
Harry Borodemos, 8, is now an honorary Brown Bear.
A firefighter risked the ice and cold Sunday to save a dog from a pond in Blackstone.
At ten months old, “Pigcasso” paints only using her mouth and a brush.
The family present a $25,000 check from the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation.
The two have been sending the same Valentine’s Day card back and forth to each other for 64 years.
The teddy bear toss was held at the Ryan Center during halftime of the Rams’ February 13th game against Richmond.
The ice cream is one of the few things the WWII vet wants to eat.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has paid a visit to a hospital in Maine, where he made a donation and met with kids.
His photo was chosen out of more than 140,000 submissions.
“You can never get back what they lost, I mean, if that lets them smile even for a moment at a time, then I did my job,” Steve Barbato said.
Daniel Ayriyan, 19, has been granted a wish to go to the big game thanks to East Commerce Solutions in East Providence.
The 42nd Annual Meeting Street Telethon will be held Saturday, Jan. 27 from 7-11 p.m. in Providence.
Zoo officials said they plan to develop a breeding program for sloths and will eventually welcome a female companion for Bernardo.
Sweet William arrived weighing only 29 pounds but is now at a healthier 50 pounds. He was also treated for severe facial wounds and pneumoni…
The owls are often very difficult to spot in Rhode Island but right now, they are everywhere.
The tree kangaroo, named Paul, will turn 23 on Jan. 26. According to the zoo, he is the only male tree kangaroo to reach this age in America…
A Patriots fan whose wheelchair went missing after last weekend’s playoff game in Foxboro received a new one from Robert Kraft.
The zoo said the monkey currently lives in the tropics greenhouse with its mother Suni and father Gaugin.
“Our driver waited with the owl until Coventry Animal Control arrived,” the town’s Public Works Department said.
Most of the money was donated by people who visited Frank Picozzi’s computerized display outside his Warwick home.
“When I heard his voice I was like, it’s Bob Kraft! And I said ‘Oh Mr. Kraft, nice to meet you,'” Cindy Morais said.
A Pawtucket kid who loves baseball steps into the batting cage for a young Texas ballplayer he’s never met.