Gas prices in Rhode Island have fallen by a penny, leaving the local cost just a few cents above the national average.
A Woonsocket man suspected of beating his girlfriend to death last December was ordered to remain held without bail at his court appearance Monday morning.
After several reported armed robberies and a police chase in which the suspects crashed a stolen car twice, police have a man in custody and are currently on the hunt for two more.
Uber Providence is encouraging users to take advantage of their helpful car service. Starting now, Uber rates are 26% cheaper! This promotion is temporary, but could become permanent if business remains steady.
Today in “The Modern Parent” our friends at The Children’s Workshop provided us with some valuable tips on how your child can learn and grow through play.
A new action film is taking over the box office. The thrilling adventure is packing a punch at the box office, with some big-name stars.
The Providence Children’s Museum is getting ready for a great annual event that focuses going “Unplugged.”
A new pop-rock band that is expected to be the next big thing was welcomed by 92 PRO-FM for a private acoustic lounge at Cardi’s Furniture in South Attleboro.
According to new some new research, more people are moving out of the ‘burbs and into big cities.
Hemenway’s let us borrow Chef Lee Sonsky Monday so he could show us how to make a beet-marinated scallops plate.
Today’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Martha Morrissette of West Warwick, who’s been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Rhode Islanders’ personal income increased 2.6 percent from 2012 to 2013, ranking the state 23rd in the country.
The celebrations are over for the 2013 World Series champion Boston Red Sox. Now, it’s time to get back to work.
Authorities say two people have died in a late night fire in Fitchburg and a third person was hospitalized.
“Our lawyers were sharing thoughts with the board, and we’re keeping those thoughts confidential at this point,” R.I. Gov. Lincoln Chafee, who also serves as the chairman of Commerce Corp., said. “We’re trying to do the best thing for the taxpayers of Rhode Island.”