Meeting Street graduated five students from the Carter School on June 18, 2014 with a ceremony attended by family, friends, teachers and cla…
Gov. Lincoln Chafee and the Quonset Development Corp. have announced approval of a 25-year lease deal with food-aid nonprofit Edesia.
The uncommon crustacean was caught off the coast of Maine and taken to the Nordic Lodge in Charlestown.
Sylvester “Skip” Sviokla III, MD, author of From Harvard to Hell… and Back, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Tuesday, June 17.
Experts tracking a great white shark through the Gulf of Mexico have received electronic signals indicating the route could lead to Texas.
Mike Riley, Vice-Chair of R.I. Center for Freedom and Prosperity, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Monday, June 16.
Shayne Lotito, Head Coach of Bryant Women’s Softball, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Monday, June 16.
Tony Fonseca, the District 1 Commander for the state of Rhode Island, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Thursday, June 12th, to preview an i…
Jon Brien, a former state rep., joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Wednesday, June 11th.
A seal is scheduled to be released into the wild in Rhode Island after being nursed back to health at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut.
Rhode Island has the fifth highest student loan debt in the country, but the president is trying to make it easier to pay off.
Rep. Joseph Trillo (R-Warwick), the House Minority Whip, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Monday, June 9th.
A year ago at this time, Rhode Islanders were paying 9 cents less on average, or $3.59 a gallon.
Urban affairs expert Aaron Renn argues in an extensive new article that Rhode Island is suffering economically because of bad policy.
Of win, place and show winners for the 33rd Annual Polar Seltzer Great Chowder Cook-Off, three were from Rhode Island — and one was from as…
Rhode Island’s business community is excited about the budget, in part because it aims to reduce the corporate tax rate from 9% to 7%.