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.
Sister Mamie Catlin passed away last month at the age of 89, but left behind a legacy of help and hope.
The Wall of Hope will soon be on the move, but where will it end up?
John Carnavale hopes the young residents of his town will notice more than just the new paint on the now renovated Hull Street play ground.
A Middletown man hopes 3,800 miles of pedaling will attract awareness and cash to the homeless veteran issue.
Sam and Mattie play heroic brothers who fly with jet packs, slay zombies and demons and hang out by the pool during spring break.
Ben Mesiti has a lot to live for, and his baby daughter won’t let him forget it.
Robert Butler’s friends called him “The Bob-father” and they want you to more about him than just how he struggled with his weight.
Robin Dube was murdered in February, and now her nephew is using his poetry to look back at the domestic violence.
Red Dog Conners was an ambassador for courage and his son wants you to know he appreciated even minute of it.
When the 17-year-old isn’t cruising into curves at 140 miles per hour as a professional Formula 1600 race car driver, he’s moving a bit slow…
“They said I would probably never walk,” Birnie told us through a computer that translates his typing into speech.
Home cooking for the homeless is aimed at giving the less fortunate a taste of a better life, and helping them achieve it.
It was a summertime shocker that changed countless lives.
An Eyewitness News camera captured the suspect as he did the unthinkable to the stones in the garden — stones the memorialize children lost…
It took compromise, politicking and some squabbling to secure the land, but the faces behind the effort are used to fighting for what they b…
Allen Correira’s eyes are always looking for details, as he turns paper lines from blueprints into three dimensional wooden works of art.
Kathy Lyons is a correctional officer captain by day, but boxer-in-training whenever she can get to her West Warwick gym.
Shannon Heil’s father said the hilly terrain of the Fierce 5k symbolizes how his daughter never backed away from a challenge.
When the Army’s 83rd Division stormed Normandy on D-Day, a Rhode Island kid named Leo was there to hit the beach.
Vivienne Liedtke wanted to attend a dance class like other kids, and her mom found a way to make that come true.
A touching tribute for a fallen police officer is now raising money for a charity that was close to his heart.
When the rafters went snap, a local stable owner went running in to a barn to save her special horses.