By: Alexandra Cowley firstname.lastname@example.orgClose to a thousand police, firefighters, and EMS gathered at Wright's Farm in Harrisville to celebrate Tyler Seddon's 7th birthday. The banquet hall was packed full
By: Liz Tuftsltufts@abc6.comOne man's painful experience is now helping save lives. Accidents along Atwells Ave have dropped dramatically over the past few years. It's thanks in large part to a Providence
By: Chelsea Priest email@example.com Twelve-hundred students, means twelve-hundred lockers at North Attleboro High School and on every single one, a post-it note with words of kindness. Post-its saying
by ABC6 Chief Political Reporter Mark Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org The old "Cherry and Webb" building at 275 Westminster, downtown, has a new owner. Paolino properties with another 2–point–3 million dollar purchase
Tyler Seddon's birthday extravaganza kicked off Thursday morning as he was sworn in as the Burrillville Police Chief.
By News Staff email@example.com The show of support for 7-year-old Tyler Seddon today was overwhelming with Police and Fire department showing support from all over the country. Charlestown Police are
By: News Staff Email: News@abc6.com A documentary about the former Woonsocket High School airs tonight. It traces the history of the school which is the largest abandoned school in New England. The
By The Associated Press firstname.lastname@example.org PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ A Rhode Island man has been sentenced to two life terms plus 35 years after being convicted of the 2011 killing a 17-year-old girl. Superior
By: Melissa Randall email@example.com Police officers from around the country are arriving in Rhode Island. They are ready to give a Burrillville boy battling cancer a birthday he'll never forget. Tyler
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @deedequattro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The victim in a fatal Coventry house fire has been identified as 91-year-old Thomas Castellucci. Castellucci was killed when his
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @deedequattro Email: email@example.com The man who owns a large part of the Providence skyline, just made another aquistion. Paolino Properties, owned by Joseph Paolino,
By: Dee DeQuattro Twiiter: @deedequattro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Well known office supply store, Staples, will be closing 225 locations nationwide by the end of the year. Staples, based out of Framingham,
By News Staff News@abc6.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABC6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABC6News?ref=hl Information provided by the Associated Press BOSTON (AP) President Barack Obama has
The big day for soon to be 7-year-old Tyler Seddon is almost here. Hundreds of first responders will be heading to Rhode Island on Thursday for the Burrillville boy's massive birthday celebration.
By Gilannie Pangburn email@example.com Twitter: gilanniej05 Officials from Charlestown PD along with Detectives from the Westerly responded to a home on Old Shannock road in Charlestown, in an attempt
By News Staff, firstname.lastname@example.org The MIAA is warning coaches, parents and students about suspicious Facebook messages concerning an "underground wrestling club." The warning, sent out to schools around
By News Staff email@example.com The state of Rhode Island wants to give you money. More than 8–thousand Rhode Islanders have unclaimed insurance money sitting in the state's treasury. The claims are worth
by ABC6 Chief Political Reporter Mark Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org It was billed as a roundtable focusing on economic issues affecting women But it became more about politics when Myrth York endorsed Gina Raimondo
By: Chelsea Priest email@example.com It's the most iconic building in Downtown Providence but for the last year it's been shut down. Today for the first time since Bank of America shut it's doors in
By: Alexandra Cowley firstname.lastname@example.orgA Providence man is caught trying to make a quick buck, by dumping over a thousand tires throughout the Mount Pleasant community. David Almeida has been slapped with
Nicole Gerberngerber@abc6.com@nicolegerberNORTH PROVIDENCE - "It's really bad under there," said Diane Coccia, referring to the sinkhole beneath the steps leading up to her side door on Eliot Ave in North
By Dana Griffin email@example.com @danaRgriffin To sign the pledge: www.r-word.org NARRAGANSETT, RI- A YouTube video created by students at Narragansett High School is starting to go viral. They're
By The Associated Press firstname.lastname@example.org PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ A Woonsocket man has been ordered detained on federal charges of possessing and trafficking the prescription painkiller fentanyl and heroin. The
By News Staff email@example.com The Rhode Island health department says its hotline has gotten 19 calls about a possible measles outbreak in our area. The department told patients Monday, that a man with
By Alana Cerrone Acerrone@abc6.com Police officers, firefighters, and military members from across the country are coming to Burrillville to make a local boy's dream come true. Tyler Seddon is battling
The Associated Press News@abc6.com BOSTON (AP) - The highest court in Massachusetts has determined that a man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway did not violate
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @deedequattro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is warning schools about a person on Facebook attempting to contact
An Attleboro father is behind bars Tuesday night, charged with beating his own infant son, so badly, he ended up in the hospital.
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @deedequattro Email: email@example.com A man known as the foot licker has been sentenced to serve six years and nine months behind bars as a result of violating his probation.
Churches in Tiverton are thinking outside the box on Ash Wednesday.
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @Deedequattro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org State Police have arrested two individuals from Charlestown on drug charges after discovering 19 pounds of marijuana and 94 mature
By News Staff email@example.com The Rhode Island State Labor Relations Board issued a 20 page decision regarding the case between the Town of North Kingstown and the North Kingstown Fire Fighters Association. It
Recently, when asked about his 2010 Prius stolen from the streets in front of his East Side home, Pell told WPRO Radio, "It's an unfortunate thing but you got to have a sense of humor about it. We hope they recover it quickly but until then you got to have a sense of humor about it."
By News Staff News@abc6.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABC6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABC6News?ref=hl The city of Woonsocket has a new State Representative. Michael Morin was sworn in
There is a push to make "revenge porn" illegal in Rhode Island.
By Dana Griffin firstname.lastname@example.org @danaRgriffin EAST PROVIDENCE, RI- Over 200 police cruisers, a dozen motorcycles, and 50 fire engines will descend on Burrilliville, Thursday for 6-year-old Tyler Seddon's
Nicole Gerber email@example.com @nicolegerber WARWICK - What began as a good natured Facebook post turned into a nightmare for Bellani Maternity store owner Kelly LaChance Guertin. The photo she posted
By: Alexandra Cowley firstname.lastname@example.org Rhode Island's first medical marijuana consulting firm has been given the stamp of approval by the Department of Health. B&B consulting in Warwick helps patients get
By: Chelsea Priest email@example.com The wood is chopped and ready to be burned but the maple syrup boiler is shut down at the Spring Hill Sugar House in Richmond. An extremely cold winter has the syrup
by ABC6 Chief Political Reporter Mark Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org There is no skating around the issue, Rhode Island leaders appear on this ice. A new study says 82 percent of registered voters believe state
By: News Staff email@example.com Coventry's Town Council President Gary Cote is in stable condition after a scare last night during a closed door meeting. Cote was rushed to the Kent County Hospital last
Dee DeQuattro firstname.lastname@example.org @deedequattro The Rhode Island Department of Transportation will close exit 22 (Downtown Providence/Routes 6 & 10) from I-95 South on Saturday March 8 until Tuesday,
By News Staff News@abc6.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABC6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABC6News?ref=hl BOSTON (AP) President Barack Obama is planning a trip to Boston to help raise money
By News Staff email@example.com RIPTA is making it easier for you to go to Paw sox games. RIPTA is offering special bus service to and from McCoy Stadium every Sunday this season. Starting on April 6th,
Providence police say they've arrested an alleged drug dealer accused of having $29,130 in cash in his apartment and cocaine valued about $140,000 while he collected food stamps.
By: Dee DeQuattro Twitter: @Deedequattro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training is warning Rhode Islanders about a potential job scam. On Monday the Department
A new poll commissioned by the Bryant University's Hassenfeld Institute shows that 82% of Rhode Islanders are unhappy with the state's leadership. Of
An anonymous threat to kill three students at Scituate High School and bomb the school was posted on the social media website ASK FM on Saturday. On Sunday a 17-year-old turned himself in to State Police and on Monday the juvenile faced a judge in family court.
By News Staff News@abc6.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABC6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABC6News?ref=hl PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) Seven more overdose deaths have been reported in Rhode Island,
By News Staff News@abc6.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABC6 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABC6News?ref=hl Two families are homeless Monday night after a fire destroys their apartment in Providence.
by ABC6 News Reporter Mark Curtis email@example.com As violence continues in the Ukraine, and Russian troops are now on the ground; they are holding prayer services at St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church
By Gilannie Pangburn firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @gilanniej05 In an effort to help consumers ward off identity theft, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin along with Doc Shredding Corp and the Rhode Island
By News Staff email@example.com A Providence City Councilor is proposing a resolution to find out more about the city's snow removal process. Councilor Sam Zurier is hoping to get data about their snow
Nicole Gerberngerber@abc6.com@nicolegerberYou can't avoid them. After cold, wet weather eats away at roads, potholes are what's left. We've gotten temporary relief from cold–tar patches but soon we'll
By: Alexandra Cowley firstname.lastname@example.org Rhode Island native Jennifer Lee takes home the Oscar for the animated hit 'Frozen.' Lee wrote and directed the feature film about a magically icy princess and
By Dana Griffin email@example.com @danaRgriffin BURRILLIVILLE, RI– Details are being finalized for a community rally for the birthday of a 6–year–old Burrilliville boy battling leukemia. Tyler Seddon's
By Alana Cerroneacerrone@Abc6.com A deadly fire is under investigation in Coventry.Firefighters found one person dead inside a home on Knotty Oak Road Sunday night while fighting a fire.The victim's name