An airline gate agent in Massachusetts who prosecutors say converted more than 500 mostly low-cost domestic flights to more expensive international ones at no extra cost has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Rhode Island has been awarded federal funding to protect students from lead in school drinking water.
Authorities have arrested a man they say started a fire in a Massachusetts church.
Authorities continue to investigate a shooting on Cape Cod that left one man dead.
The Providence Police Department is looking to bolster its ranks.
The head of U.S. District Court in Rhode Island is stepping down a year short of his full term and a colleague is taking his place.
A lawyer for a campaign aide to the state House speaker says his client was used as a "fall guy" and is anxious to clear his name at a public trial. Rhode Island's attorney general announced Friday that Jeff Britt is...
Water pouring from the ceiling forced poker players at a Boston-area casino to fold their hands and scramble from the room.
A Massachusetts woman is facing charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 40-year-old man.
Rhode Island's transportation department has launched a new youth bicycle safety program.
The Boston Public Library, one of the city's most historic institutions, is giving four lucky couples the chance to exchange marriage vows for free inside its venerable halls.
Boston College is turning to sophomore Dennis Grosel at quarterback against North Carolina State to try to end a two-game losing streak and keep the Eagles' hopes of a bowl game alive. Grosel replaced Anthony Brown...
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State environmental officials say criminal charges won't be filed after a fatal boating accident in Rhode Island.
Gov. Charlie Baker has introduced legislation aimed at overhauling Massachusetts' health care system by restricting how hospitals and doctors bill patients and requiring walk-in clinics to treat low-income patients on...
The Providence Board of Licenses has approved a three-week suspension of the license for a hookah bar where a man was stabbed to death earlier this month.
Rhode Island's attorney general says a campaign aide to the House speaker has been indicted on a charge of money laundering.
Rhode Island's labor department is considering a request from the owners of The Providence Journal to exempt the daily newspaper industry from state laws requiring overtime pay for Sunday and holiday work.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has discussed the possibility of giving the state control of two narrow and often backed-up bridges that carry traffic across the Cape Cod Canal.
The remains of a Massachusetts airman killed during World War II have been identified.
The USS Constitution is sailing in Boston Harbor to celebrate its 222nd birthday and the U.S. Navy's birthday.
A California real estate developer is returning to court to face sentencing for his role in a college admissions bribery scheme.
A three-year-old lawsuit challenging the "widespread failure" of Rhode Island's food stamp benefit system has been dropped after the state met a series of benchmarks.
A Rhode Island legislative task force says schools in Woonsocket and Pawtucket are badly underfunded.
An accountant has been convicted by a federal grand jury of conspiring with a former state senator to defraud the IRS.