Lawyers: Man Whose Kin Died Is Withholding InformationInsurance company lawyers say a Vermont man suspected of killing his millionaire grandfather refuses to answer questions about the day his boat sank with his mother onboard.
College: Feces Swastika Found In Gender-Neutral BathroomOne of the top art schools in the U.S. is investigating after anti-Semitic graffiti made out of human waste was found in a gender-neutral bathroom.
Last Dance: Final Performance For Ringling Bros. ElephantsElephants have given their final performance at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus as the circus ends a practice that enthralled audiences for two centuries but has become caught between animal rights activists' concerns and Americans' shifting views.
Best College Basketball Players (So Far) in 2015-16As we near Conference season, here are the five best players in college hoops so far this year.
98 Percent Of Responses To Governor On PawSox Oppose Stadium
Police: Four Rhode Islanders Stole Over $1.6 Million In ChecksTwo of the accused worked at the Post Office; cops say they stole U.S. Treasury checks, which they sold on the streets.
Economists: Stadium In Providence Wouldn't Be Economic BoonThe new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox have said moving the team to Providence — and building a new ballpark there — would stimulate the local economy. But sports economists are dubious, saying new stadiums are rarely the boon investors claim.
America's Best LGBT Vacation DestinationsMake plans to enjoy a vacation at some of the most gay-friendly destinations in America. All of these cities offer plenty of things to do, places to eat and opportunities to show your pride.
Teacher Accused Of Putting High School Student In 'Choke Hold'A teacher at Gilbert Stuart Middle School has been accused of placing a 14-year-old student in a choke hold.
Rhode Island Statehouse Finally Gets Korean War PlaqueKorean War veterans are receiving the honor nearly 30 years after the General Assembly called for such recognition.
In Cianci Race, GOP Opponent Donates To DemocratThe three-way race in Providence features former Mayor Buddy Cianci, a twice-convicted felon, making a comeback bid for a seventh term as an independent.
Providence Phoenix Weekly Ceasing PublicationThe 36-year-old alternative news and entertainment weekly newspaper continued operating more than a year after its corporate parent Boston Phoenix shut down.