A Providence native hopes to fund a dream with the taste of politics.
Mikey Marfeo never got to play on the playground, but his memory kept it alive.
The Safe and the Serious campaign aims bright graphics at potentially deadly problem.
Raising Matty Christian takes you through the life of a local man whose 25 years of life had an impact far beyond time.
“They don’t live in our state,” Avah said. “But if you give them water they could stay healthy.”
Dorian Murray left us after four years of fighting cancer as hard as he could.
It went from Pawtucket to France – and then this historic military trunk came back to Rhode Island.
A valentine is wrapped in a birthday wish, but there’s a twist you might not expect.
“In the end everything, and I do mean everything – will be just fine,” Kane said. “Nicky wrote that.”
Rick Hart has now biked about 1,400 miles for homeless veterans, and as you would guess it hasn’t been easy.
Rock Steady uses boxing training to punch out Parkinson’s and help patients regain their independence.
Johnston limo driver shares a struggle with Dorian, but can’t believe how strong the 8-year-old is.
Dorian Murray’s mom is helping him enjoy his new found fame, but she hopes to do more about cancer awareness soon.
Jay Cook isn’t proud of his past, but he’s optimistic about what he can do in his future.
Beat The Streets came along about two years ago, bringing wrestling back to students like Suazo.
It was a dedication to history that put a small town school on the Wreaths Across America map.
Lt. Walter E. Bennett served in World War I, and now the search is on for his descendants.
Sister Angela Daniel’s dream of teaching was crushed decades ago by an energy-zapping disease, but fate sent her to a place where’s she’s he…
“I hope someone out there who’s handicapped decides that they want to try something that they don’t think they can try,” said Thomas Kirchne…
Doctor Joe Box isn’t slowing down any time soon.
Maybe Fry Pond Road is one of the reasons some call this town West Green-Witch.
The rough and tumble world of graffiti had a brush with the delicate struggle tied to breast cancer.
New Bedford historians and a Pawtucket archaeologist have been spending their spare time, uncovering what amounts to the foundation of the l…
A near fatal accident was not enough to dim Louis Escobar’s optimism or stop a Rhode Island tradition.
It’s one Airman’s name but getting it carved in stone meant everything to a man who lives about 3,500 miles away from Central Falls.