Martha Sheridan is stepping down from her role as president and CEO of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors… Read More
Approximately 200 tenants are living in a subsidized housing project that is now under enforcement action and some say should be condemned.
Already, the tenants living in ten of the units have been forced to move out and be relocated to local motels.
Some children have fungal infections growing on their bodies according to the lawyer who represents 20 of the tenant. There are an estimated 70 children living in the complex.
Eric Beane, the Secretary for Health and Human Services for the State of Rhode Island, will be leaving the administration of… Read More
BJ Mansuetti with Narragansett Beer and Chris Daltry with What Cheer Records & Vintage joined GoLocal News… Read More
Eleven Rhode Islanders from the first half of the 20th century will be inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of… Read More
The Judge meets a very patriotic family, a man drinks a potent beverage and a mother is stuck paying for her ex-husband's… Read More
The University of Rhode Island football team needs a win against New Hampshire in its final game of the season to… Read More
The full Providence City Council voted on Thursday to approve the height variance requested by developer Jason Fane for a… Read More
Attorney General-Elect Peter Neronha announced Thursday key staff appointments to his office -- he officially is sworn… Read More