Saturday Jun 8
Hattoy's to Host 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day
When Ethan Hattoy and his family discovered that his aunt, Stephanie had been diagnosed with breast cancer last January, he knew he had to do something to support her and the fight against the disease.
The Providence Journal
Video: Law enforcement runs Special Olympics 'Flame of Hope' through Providence
The 2013 Torch Run for Special Olympics Rhode Island State Summer Games left the State House on its way to Meade Stadium at URI.
Police Log: Faux Winnings, Self-Destructive Behavior
Monday, May 20 6:57 p.m. - Police arrested Christopher D. Berard, 21, of North Road in Hope, for driving with a suspended license after he was stopped on Shippeetown Road because he failed to stop at a stop sign on Division Street and turned onto Shippeetown without using a turn signal.
THE STORY: Providence Ward 9 councilwoman Carmen Castillo is the first hotel housekeeper in Rhode Island - perhaps in the country - to hold elected office, Guernsey says.
Two Cranston Girls Win KDMF Writing Contest
Two Cranston girls took top honors in the tenth annual Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation writing contest.
Joan Parker editor to famous crime writer Robert Parker judges KDMF contest
"Emotionally gripping, a sensitive narrative and a revealing look at bullying," are just some of the comments philanthropist and book editor Joan Parker uses to describe this year's top three winners in the Kate DeCubellis Memorial Foundation's 10th annual writing contest.