Katherine Coughlin has outlived most of her family and friends, but still has plenty of admirers.
A local mother puts her own life on the line for her baby.
The whirring chainsaw does not go with Holly Cekala’s outfit or her happy demeanor, but it works for the reason she needs it.
A Scituate seventh grader is building her business back up in the wake of a tragedy.
Thomas Hunold lost a decade of his life, but learned how to help others avoid what he didn’t.
A local Marine veteran has a recipe he hopes will help the new generation of warriors.
This is the story behind an extraordinary stone you may find on a street corner near you.
Local boxer Shelly Vincent has a story to tell inside and outside the ring.
William Small refuses to let even the biggest obstacles stand in his way, but the Attleboro man’s free time is rarely his time.
Bob Kerr enlightened and informed us during a 43-year newspaper career that came to a sudden end.
Megan Mederion’s lemonade stand on Post Road raised $150 for the Warwick Animal Shelter.
38 years ago today, five local kids went wading into the Providence River off Sabin Point, but only three would make it home.
“I don’t know how much of a fundraiser it’s going to be,” her husband tells us. “But it certainly is an eye opener.”
It just might be the last thing you’d expect to hear from a hospital training video.
Local filmmaker Madir Media is currently filming “Small City, Big Problems” – a documentary that aims to change the mindset of some of Rhode…
After losing his hand, a local firefighter founded a charity to help others with serious injuries.
A local man with Cerebral Palsy spends most of his time in a wheelchair but he proved he’s not bound to it.
It wasn’t the rigors of fighting fires that changed the life of Braden Leonard, who is now adapting after nearly dying from a one in a milli…
A Navy veteran has been reunited with the medals he earned during a 20-year military career after a decade of thinking they were gone for go…
A local man discovered a collection of World War II medals in a city building, but rather than discard them – he set out on a quest to find …
We all take history in high school. Providence resident Ni Don survived it and thrived afterwards.
A blind golfing national championship is on the way to Rhode Island, attracting inspiring duffers of all ages thanks to a local champion who…
Champion boxer Gary Balletto will walk again according to a doctor who specializes in spinal cord injuries.
A local college student brings a whole new definition to the term circle of influence as she spins her way through Providence.
A Cumberland High School student inspires his classmates with his hard work and bright smile.