Brown University basketball coach Mike Martin joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Friday, March 14, 2014.
There’s a new place for food in Warwick — that raises memories of an old place for excitement for New Englanders.
Ernie Almonte, a candidate for Rhode Island state treasurer, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Thursday, March 13, 2014.
The “Monopoly Ball” – named after Hasbro’s classic board game – brought around 1,100 people to the Rhode Island Convention Center Saturday n…
This week: the I-195 Commission’s Colin Kane and Jan Brodie discuss the 19 acres of former highway land now out for development and what the…
Two historic New Bedford buildings, including one made famous in Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick,” are a step closer to being renovated.
Revelers who like to stay out late in Boston will soon have a new way to get home.
Michael Kennedy, a professor of sociology at Brown Univeristy, and Anna Lysyanskaya, a professor of computer science at Brown University, jo…
A Rhode Island high school student is hoping to cook up a new world record.
RIIL Executive Director Tom Mezzanotte joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
You can watch the complete episode from Tuesday, March 11 by clicking on the video here.
More than 100 employers attended the Sixth Annual Eyewitness News Job Fair on Tuesday.
Bryant University’s Hassenfeld Institute Director Gary Sasse joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Monday, March 10, 2014.
Members of activist group Providence Student Union joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Friday, March 7, 2014.
A new movie hits theaters around the country Friday and it was made by two filmmakers who are from Rhode Island.
Karl Wadensten, president with VIBCO, Inc., joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Thursday, March 6, 2014.