A Rhode Island man is facing a vandalism charge after allegedly throwing a destructive fit at a mall store in Massachusetts.
Democratic senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren is taking aim at Republican U.S. Sen.
Rhode Island Gov.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has made it official: It sees no need for stepped-up inspections at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
Residents in the village of Waterbury will vote this November on whether to abolish their local police department.
The Providence schools superintendent and president of the teachers' union are promoting district-operated charter schools that would give principals greater say over education without sacrificing union protection for teachers.
Officials say the Vermont Veterans Home is in danger of losing federal funding if it doesn't correct some staffing problems in a couple of weeks.
A Vermont Roman Catholic priest will be delivering the daily prayer in the U.S.
The MBTA is adding train service between Rhode Island's main airport and Gillette Stadium on days the New England Patriots play home football games.
A federal appeals court has rejected Maine's lawsuit demanding swift action from the federal government on its Aug.
A fourth sample in Rhode Island has tested positive for the mosquito-borne illness known as Eastern equine encephalitis.
Energy, the environment and other topics were on the table as the top three candidates for Maine's open U.S.
A Massachusetts woman says her brother was among the Americans killed in an attack on the U.S.
The admitted leader of the New England mob has pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy in Rhode Island.
New Hampshire Liquor Commission leaders and the chief of liquor enforcement are clashing over the hiring of a beer industry lobbyist.
Census numbers show that slightly fewer Rhode Islanders lived in poverty last year than in 2010.
Rhode Island's attorney general and treasurer have set up a hotline for repots of disability pension fraud.
One of the state's most successful high school wrestling coaches has been sentenced to four months in jail on possession of child pornography charges.
Revelations by a chemist that she was in charge of quality control at a crime lab which was shut down by state police last month because of her alleged mishandling of drug samples could lead to large numbers of drug convictions being challenged, some defense attorneys say.
A Maine man has pleaded guilty in federal court to submitting more than 150 fraudulent claims for travel expenses submitted to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
With a big international trade agreement in play, a member of Maine's congressional delegation met with U.S.
UVM students are being warned after a bear was spotted on campus. A student reported seeing the bear near a Dumpster on the south end of Coolidge Hall near Davis Road around 1:30 a.m.
A 20-year-old Limestone man convicted of manslaughter in the death of his 3-month-old daughter has gone before Maine's highest court to appeal his conviction.
Day-use fees will be waived in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest later this month in recognition of National Public Lands Day, an annual volunteer celebration.
Maine's hospitals could lose hundreds of millions of dollars and thousands of jobs because of pending federal cuts.