Business in Lower South Providence - Providence, RI

After Charlestown opened up the game with a touchdown drive, English/New Mission's Takari Hobbs took the lead right back with a dazzling 80-yard touchdown ru...

The Tomorrow Fund has been there both emotionally and financially for children since 1985. It has been a godsend for the Watters family, of Johnston, as 7-year-old Ella Watters was diagnosed in early 2018. "It was the week of Valentine's Day -- February 12. She had a rash,” recalled her mother, Tracy. Shortly after that, a lump appeared on her back. Tracy said her doctor thought it was a muscle spasm. "We were like, ‘Hmmm, doesn't seem like a muscle spasm, doesn't hurt…

Meet Amanda Milkovits, a journalist who doesn’t report to an office but to a crime scene. Check out the final episode of Unearthed, where reporter Carolyn Paletta learns how Amanda’s experience covering hundreds of shootings and trials has shaped her view on gun violence in Providence.

Shihab Ali is a third-year resident and emergency physician at Rhode Island Hospital, so he understands the extreme toll that a bullet can take on the human body. On this episode, Shihab discusses with reporter Ben Myers the unique challenges that arise from treating gunshot wounds, both personally and institutionally.

How can one take guns off the streets? Scott Lapham uses art. An artist and teacher, Scott has lost four of his students to gun violence. He now leads One Gun Gone, a public art project that creates gun-shaped sculptures to speak out against the violence and fund a gun buyback program in Providence. Check out Audrey’s conversation with Scott, to learn a new form of activism against gun violence.

We do not have direct access to others’ mental lives, to their thoughts, feelings, or beliefs. And yet, daily, social interactions proceed according to guesses about what others think, feel, and believe. Sometimes, such inferences about others’ personal subjective experiences are the basis of formal and consequential judgment processes. For example, doctors decide how to treat their patients based in part on guesses about what those…

Autumn in New England is a beautiful time of year. Brilliant hues of red, orange, and yellow reveal themselves as the leaves change color. Hot apple cider helps to keep us warm on chilly autumn nights. We curl up by a fire with a good book. Fall can be simply splendid! It’s also a perfect time to get outdoors. Fall offers countless activities to enjoy, including everything

Paul Manafort, the onetime campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, will be sentenced on February 8, 2019 after a jury found him guilty in August.

Be it for the purpose of feeding their social media platforms or to indulge in authentic local food, people are traveling to even the most far-flung destinations for gastronomical adventures.

Federal authorities have arrested a New York man for allegedly threatening to attack two U.S. senators over their support for Brett Kavanaugh, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was almost derailed by an allegation he sexually assaulted a woman three decades ago while they were in high...

The Rhode Island School of Design Museum’s latest exhibition, “Repair and Design Futures,” opened its nine-month run Oct. 5.

The Asian tiger mosquito was previously considered dangerous because it could carry diseases like Zika, chikungunya and the West Nile virus. We can now add one more disease to that list: yellow fever. A study showed that the aggressive and versatile Asian tiger mosquitoes can spread the deadly disease.

Before you allow any healthcare professional to diagnose your child with ADHD, make sure that they, themselves, are an authority on the disorder. Your child's future depends on it!

Students walking through 85 Waterman might be surprised to learn that the building uses recycled rainwater on a daily basis. That’s just one example of an environmental initiative of the University that the Office of Sustainability hopes to highlight through its weekly tours.

Carleen Jeffers ’19 led women’s cross country to a seventh place team finish out of 28 squads last weekend at the Penn State National Open.

The story of how NAIL, a Rhode Island-based agency, made the most viral 2018 midterm election video shaming young people to get out and vote.

Those interested in free skills training to begin a career in sales, customer service, call center services, and/or banking, are invited to an information session to ask questions and enroll in a course that begins November 13.

Craig Kimbrel wants all of New England to know something: He’s sorry. The Boston Red Sox closer has been a roller-coaster ride all postseason, surrendering runs in four of his five appearance…

The Voting Rights Act was the most effective tool to prevent states and localities from diluting minorities' votes. Unfortunately, all these protections are under attack.

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The solar farm is offsetting emissions that are equal to burning 2.9 million pounds of coal annually, according to Southern Sky Renewable Energy.

Explore the unique mark making qualities of monotype, the painterly print, and expand your art practice. In Monotype and Beyond, you will work with non-toxic Akua water based inks to explore... Read More

Learn the art of wood engraving, an extremely accessible process that you can complete at your home studio. A refined form of block printing, wood engraving offers a full range... Read More