A Rhode Island hospital group is warning of "devastating consequences" for the people of the state if state health regulators approve a proposed merger of another hospital group with Boston-based Partners Health Care.
As the state endorses a large drop in opioid prescriptions, the number actually doubled for veterinarians in 2018.
The Boy Scouts of America has since implemented "some of the strongest barriers to abuse" in any youth organizations.
The Rhode Island boy diagnosed with the rare polio like illness, AFM, reached a major milestone today. Isaiah Hazard is finally home after 6 months in rehab.
Excitement is building for a team of three students about to represent Fall River on an international level.
Two legal organizations are standing behind a recent guidance document from the Rhode Island Department of Education that bars school districts from charging students for school-sponsored field trips.
The board of directors at the Wyatt Detention Facility in Central Falls opened their board meeting to the public Wednesday morning to get some input in regards to their effort to remove ICE detainees from the facility.
It was a ride Jim Hunnicutt had taken every day for two years, a short bike ride on his lunch break on the William C. O'Neill bike path in South Kingstown.
Fall River Police are looking for a missing 20-year-old woman.
A Cranston man acquitted of murder in 2014 has been sentenced to serve 18 years on a different charge.
Police are investigating after a pickup truck crashed into a New Bedford home Tuesday afternoon.
A resolution to ask the state health department to establish standard protocols for detecting sepsis has passed the Rhode Island House of Representatives.
These talented young singers thought Carnegie Hall would be a far-off dream. But now it's their reality.
After years of chronically low test scores, the state department of education will now take a look at the public school system in Providence.
Rhode Island lawmakers voted Tuesday on a bill that would mandate that expired contracts continue indefinitely for teachers and municipal employees during negotiations.
Another woman has been arrested in the prostitution bust involving patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Bedford Gardens’ Executive Director Steven Haase says the approximately 100 employees who work there have not been getting paid on time. Some employees, he says, weren’t even able to cash their checks when they did come in.
A Rehoboth man has been sentenced to prison for a deadly drunk driving crash three years ago.
Students were dismissed early into the school day on Tuesday after a threatening note was discovered.
An ordinance to ban plastic bags in Providence heads to the mayor’s desk.
For some seniors at Bristol County Agricultural High School, every day is Earth Day.
The presidential hopeful's plan to cancel student loan debt would impact tens of millions of Americans.
Portsmouth Police arrested a 75 year-old man Sunday night after he broke into his ex-wife's house through a glass window.
A former Fall River firefighter faced a judge this morning charged with making fake 911 calls.
For the first time in 11 days Stop and Shop workers are back on the job, and for employees and local shoppers this is great news.