A Rhode Island staple is rolling back its prices as a way to say thanks to its loyal customers.
Phalang-EASE Mittens have a unique opening that will fit on any hand, even if it’s gnarled by arthritis.
Brawl for It All puts actual enemies into the ring to diffuse would-be street fights.
A half dozen dropped ride offers led to a chance meeting.
Now WPRI 12’s chief photographer, Les Breault has seen – and captured – it all over the past four decades.
The Pisano fishing pier will be one of only two in the state that’s accessible to handicapped fishing.
The Monday night club has grown faster than expected but still has room for new players.
Bert Neves has helped bring the sweet science to hundreds of troubled teens.
A Westerly brother and sister will head West on their bikes, hoping to raise money for Hospice, and awareness for the disease that claimed t…
The tags serve as a reminder to Kevin Belanger’s family about what he and everyone close to him went through 50 years ago.
Seen Unseen sprung up almost two years ago, and has stuck around longer than its creator thought it would.
Mystery Flights combines travel and social media with an important message.
Donnie Palumbo started collecting police patches 20 years ago, and now he’s almost out of wall space.
Hannah “Banana” Wertens is still standing and sitting after two medical direct hits.
A local engineer is trying to preserve the future of an entertaining pastime.
A Providence program that helps dropouts inadvertently put two rivals in the same classroom.
Don’t ever play horse with Peter Mollo, who takes and makes some outlandish shots at the hoop.
John Barnes hopes to use his experience to help young Rhode Islanders stay off the path that he took.
Mary Latowski’s still sharp and has strong opinion on who’s the best Red Sox slugger of all time.
Founded by a local Vietnam veteran, Veterans Assembled Electronics in Providence helps veterans get back to work.
A rare ailment left Truman emaciated and unable to walk or eat without getting sick.
Brother Gary lost a son and a friend to tragedy, long before he stepped into the spotlight.
When the homeless eat out, it usually means outside.
A legendary spot from the past is being transformed for the future.
Army veteran Stephen Hicks is looking for a job and schools for his children.