After a Rhode Island doughnut shop announced that it was no longer offering a discount to police officers or members of the military it was met with both anger and support on social media and a rush on donuts.
A Rhode Island doughnut shop announced on social media that it was no longer offering a discount to police officers or members of the military.
An investigation into possible unemployment benefits fraud related to the coronavirus pandemic is expanding with as many as 2,000 cases in Rhode Island, authorities said.
Even as President Donald Trump asserted that he is the ultimate decision-maker in reopening the country, the governors from seven contiguous states on Monday pledged to coordinate strategies for reopening their economies after the worst of the coronavirus pandemic passes.
The Rhode Island National Guard started going door to door on Saturday in coastal areas to inform any New Yorkers who may have come to the state that they must self-quarantine for 14 days while Gov. Gina Raimondo expanded the mandatory self-quarantine to anyone visiting the state.
The first case of the new virus COVID-19 has been confirmed in Rhode Island, according to state officials.
A Rhode Island family's doorbell camera captured a touching moment, where their young son hugged their pizza delivery driver.
A Roman Catholic bishop in Rhode Island responded to the controversy created by a priest who said abortion is worse than pedophilia and later sought to clarify his comments.
Michael Bloomberg, who running for president, has secured his first endorsement from a sitting governor.
An organization that advocates for the religious freedom of military members requested Friday that the commander of Naval Station Newport in Rhode Island investigate those responsible for promoting a discussion series that urges Navy personnel to "Lead like Jesus."
A Rhode Island woman has asked her hometown for $1 million to settle her complaint that local police allowed a reality television show to record her wearing nothing but a towel.
Authorities say one person has been killed and two others injured in a shooting in Rhode Island.
A young man in Rhode Island who was repeatedly denied employment has taken matters into his own hands — and now runs his very own business.
Five people from Houston and Atlanta were charged on suspicion of scamming dozens of senior citizens out of more than $2 million through online dating and social media apps.