The FBI says it’s investigating after a top Rhode Island high school’s website was hacked by someone who left a pro-Islamic State message.
The Providence Performing Arts Center suddenly announced the cancellation; Cosby has been dogged by allegations he drugged and raped dozens of women over several decades.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has sent teams to Rhode Island to assess the damages from the recent blizzard.
Rhode Island’s gardeners, boxers and shameless swearers beware: you could be breaking the law and not even know it.
Moses Brown School released video showing the head of school singing the closure announcement to the tune of “Let It Go.”
Connecticut’s departing education commissioner has been chosen to be Rhode Island’s first commerce secretary.
Democrats swept all statewide races for the first time since the 1990s.
Republican Daniel Harrop has hinted he might drop out of the Providence Mayoral race to help consolidate support for Democrat Jorge Elorza in order to keep two-time convicted felon Buddy Cianci from winning.
Korean War veterans are receiving the honor nearly 30 years after the General Assembly called for such recognition.
The 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.