The Potter Burns Elementary School in Pawtucket will be closed the rest of the week after a part of ceiling collapsed.
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority is installing an electronic toll system on the new Sakonnet River Bridge that Authority Chairman David
Promotions ceremony and retirement recognition took place at city hall.
'Tis the season for home improvement projects. With many consumers considering sprucing up a home, Eyewitness News went undercover, finding some contractors
Crews responded to the scene after a SUV collided with a U.S. Postal Service truck on Wednesday.
As Massachusetts prepares to build several new casinos across the border, table games arrived at Twin River Wednesday.
Lt. General Reginald Centracchio spoke with Eyewitness News anchor Mike Montecalvo on Wednesday about a search and recovery mission and the Urban Search and
When you rent a car you expect it to be safe, but lawmakers say rental car companies are rolling the dice with your life every time you rent a car that's under
Rhode Island's minimum wage would go up 25 cents to $8 per hour next year under legislation approved in the state Senate.
The city of Providence is appealing a recent state ruling that allows bottle service at nightclubs.
RIDOT is using a unique way to equip its field workers with thousands of dollars worth of computer hardware and software without cutting into its budget.
A Newport man has been arrested for allegedly stealing copper downspouts from 16 homes around the city.
The City of New Bedford is looking for partners to help maintain an historic waterfront landmark.
Rhode Island’s largest hospital network announced on Wednesday they will be laying off dozens of workers.
Police have identified the victim of Tuesday’s fatal motorcycle crash as 27-year-old Joel Constantineau of Warwick.
This week: Noah Fulmer, executive director of Farm Fresh Rhode Island, and Christina Dedora, owner of Blue Skys Farm, a 2-acre farm in Cranston.