The expansion plans have always been tied into future economic growth. That growth comes at a price – in the loss of homes and businesses.
The Providence Police Mounted Unit is made up of four officers, five civilians, and eight horses.
Representative Ackerman’s hope is that Rhode Island will set the example for schools across the country on giving victims a voice.
Veterans are a top priority for the state, according to Governor Gina Raimondo and Director of Veterans Affairs Kasim Yarn.
Police forwarded their investigation to the Bristol County District Attorney’s office. Investigators are not commenting at this point.
Two ex-tenants said Rep. John Carnevale, vice chair of the powerful House Finance Committee, does not live in his own district.
In the small print online, the ticket seller said all ticket sales are final.
Bishop Thomas Tobin reflects on Pope Francis’ visit to the United States last year – and talks about the major challenges facing the church.
The Cranston car dealer was also fined for using handicap placard of man who died more than two years ago.
She thought her little boy was taking a nap. Instead, he snuck out of the house and ended up in the backyard swimming pool.
If passed, bill would require 20 minutes of recess for K-5 public school students in Rhode Island.
Harriet Landesberg, a 104-year-old, told Target 12 she had no idea she was owed about $5,000 in benefits.
At the current rate of restitution, it will take more than 4,500 years for Mollicone to pay his financial debt to the state.
Officials say the extra weight could make your roof collapse much faster in a fire.
RIDOC Director A.T. Wall said they are beginning a review of disciplinary confinement policies, but oppose pending legislation.
“We don’t know because we don’t have his body. We can prove that his wife did [jump].”
Researchers at Roger Williams University are repurposing technology to effectively take X-rays of bridges.
“They’re putting themselves out there for anyone to log into and view their activity online,” explained cyber security expert John Sancentio…
The rate of babies born dependent on drugs mirrors the rise in overdoses that struck the region.
Rhode Island and one other state have the earliest teacher termination deadline in the nation, which some administrators call a burden.
As social media continues to play a greater role in people’s everyday lives, public safety agencies are taking advantage of that trend.
The state’s health insurance exchange hopes its new call center will alleviate customers’ frustrations.
A two-year legal battle between the brother of a Providence city councilman and a Democratic state rep.
An in-depth look at what you need to know about the project plans, including how they’ll affect drivers, and how much it’ll cost you.
A new state-commissioned assessment offers a brutal take on the cost of bringing the 109-year-old “Castle of the People” back to life.