Susan Lecht is this week’s Pic of the Week winner.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day shows a fiery sunrise.
Wednesday’s Pic of the Day features a colorful Fall display.
Professor of plants sciences at URI Brian Maynard says he begins protecting his plants by the time temperatures reach 32 degrees.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows dew on a spiderweb.
Monday’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Matt Richardson of Woonsocket.
This week’s winning picture features the Providence skyline.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day shows a beautiful fall sunrise.
Wednesday’s Pic of the Day shows a butterfly on a sunflower.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows the East Bay bike path.
Organizers say the annual Autumnfest Parade was a success, and beating the odds of wet weather made the show even better.
Vendors at the Scituate Art Festival closed up shop three hours early on Monday due to weather.
Monday’s Pic of the Day shows Providence at sunset.
Louisiana and Mississippi officials declared states of state of emergency due to Tropical Storm Nate.
Paul Roberti of East Providence has won a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day shows a trail at the Gilbert Stuart birthplace.
Piping plovers had a tough year in the Ocean State and the recent hurricane season raised even more concern.
Kelley Cooper submitted Wednesday’s Pic of the Day featuring the Milky Way.
Red Cross volunteer Joey Kraus says he’s done a lot in the past two weeks, such as working in donation warehouses to driving supply vans.
Air Force One brought the president, first lady Melania Trump and aides to Puerto Rico in late morning.
Anthony Merlino of Charlestown has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Paul Roberti of East Providence has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
The Natasha Love Foundation for Non-Violence held a fundraising drive all day Sunday in Cranston.
Mike Geraghty, Jr. of Greenville is the Pic of the Week winner for the first full week of fall.
Two people were swept into the water during the high surf and dense fog Wednesday night.