Hernandez will move from the Bristol County House of Correction in North Dartmouth to a Boston jail.
The ruling prevents Hernandez from selling or transferring his home during the duration of his trial.
The investigation into a possible child abduction ended abruptly Tuesday afternoon after the witness recanted her story.
Crumbs says it is shuttering all its stores, a week after the struggling cupcake shop operator was delisted from the Nasdaq.
Massachusetts State Police said the officer was working a detail on I-495 when his cruiser was rear-ended by another car.
A new report says the defense sector plays a major role in Rhode Island, employing 16,000 workers and accounting for $3.75 billion to the st…
Eyewitness Sports Director Yianni Kourakis was on the receiving end of a 140-mph serve in a pickup match against Ryan Harrison.
The Democrat wants Providence to spend millions on a public network to compete with existing Internet providers.
America’s top-ranked player hopes to take home his third title at the International Hall of Fame Championships.
Amanda Burden of Warwick won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
People who take the bus into downtown Providence will soon see some changes at Kennedy Plaza, the city’s main bus hub.
Woody Allen is bringing a little Hollywood glamor to Rhode Island.
Prior to the discovery of the child, police detained Ebony Evans, 33, on Sunday when she was spotted wearing nothing but a bra.
A Fourth of July hot dog eating contest in South Dakota turned tragic when a contestant choked to death.
Authorities say a roller coaster accident has injured four people and left others stranded 20 feet in the air.
Crews are removing asbestos and will demolish the dinner hall and other buildings, including the remaining cottages.
Scott Carroll did that and more, following perhaps the worst start of his young career with what was definitely his best: 6 2-3 innings of o…
A city councilor wants a public inquiry into TD Garden’s drug abuse measures after 36 concertgoers were hospitalized last month.
The proposed settlement is the first deal to be reached in the litigation surrounding the failed video game company.
Xavier Sewell, 23, was arraigned in a Warwick courtroom Tuesday.