BURRILVILLE, R.I. (WJAR) — Just in time for Halloween, the infamous “Conjuring” house in Rhode Island is for sale. The house, which is located at 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, was listed on realtor.com for $1.2 million Thursday morning.
There is only one question about newly announced Democratic candidate for governor Matt Brown that matters right now: Of the 39,518 Rhode Islanders who voted for him for the same job in 2018, how many were true supporters, and how many just didn’t like the incumbent, Gina Raimondo?
Wonderwall.com is taking a look at how our favorite celebs have enjoyed a little sun and sand in 2021, starting with this actress... Diane Kruger waded into the water wearing a red vintage-inspired bathing suit on the set of "Out of the Blue" in Warwick, Rhode Island, on Sept. 14.
Rhode Island’s largest non-profit provider for veterans is in need of a little help heading into the fall. Food donations are being welcomed with open arms at ‘Operation Stand Down’ located at 1010 Hartford Avenue. This past weekend, was their 29th annual veterans assistance weekend.
PROVIDENCE, RI — More funding is available for Rhode Island organizations looking to promote COVID-19 vaccines, Gov. Dan McKee announced Tuesday. The mini-grants will also support work to increase access to testing, masks and education. "Community engagement is key to our COVID-19 response," McKee said.
NEWPORT, RI — One this day, more than eight decades ago, Rhode Island was ravaged by one of the strongest, most devastating hurricanes to ever hit the region. The Great Hurricane of 1938 made landfall as a Category 3 storm, slamming along the coast at 50 to 60 mph, hitting Long Island and Connecticut on its way to the Ocean State.
Health officials in Rhode Island reported on Tuesday one additional COVID-19 death and 336 new cases. The total number of known cases rose to 169,686, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health. The known death toll rose to 2,816. According to public health data, hospitals in Rhode Island were treating 124 patients with COVID-19.
PROVIDENCE — Superior Court Judge Susan E. McGuirl, a trailblazer in Rhode Island, is retiring Oct. 29 after two decades on the bench. McGuirl, who made history early in her career as the first woman to be named deputy state attorney general, notified Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Monday of her intention to step down to begin a “new phase” in life.
SpaceX Is About Make History Again, Here’s How On September 15, 2021, SpaceX's all-civilian Inspiration4 mission is set to usher us into a new era of spaceflight. This historic spaceflight could open up space exploration to all of humanity, not just astronauts.
This Private Aviation Company Is Giving Away a $20,000 Flight to Reunite a Family Separated by the Pandemic
Tradewind Aviation is celebrating its 20th anniversary in a big way. The regional flight company will give away one round-trip private charter flight — worth $20,000 — to reunite a family separated during the pandemic. After all, family has been the backbone of the company since it was founded by brothers Eric and David Zipkin in 2001 — and it has remained a family-owned and operated business throughout the last two decades.
The Boston Globe’s weekly Ocean State Innovators column features a Q&A with Rhode Island innovators who are starting new businesses and nonprofits, conducting groundbreaking research, and reshaping the state’s economy. Send tips and suggestions to reporter Alexa Gagosz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
and Tyson Ritter have signed up to star in 'Johnny And Clyde', a new take on the classic 'Bonnie and Clyde' story that will be produced by Chad A. Verdi Megan Fox Megan Fox and Tyson Ritter are to star in 'Johnny And Clyde'. The upcoming film, which will be produced by Chad A. Verdi's Verdi Productions banner, will present a new take on the classic 'Bonnie and Clyde' story.
EXCLUSIVE: Diane Kruger turns up the temperature in hot red bathing suit as she splashes around in a river while filming Out Of The Blue with her shirtless costar Ray Nicholson
Diane Kruger made a splash as she filmed her upcoming film Out Of The Blue rocking a red retro style bathing suit. The actress, 45, looked breathtaking cooling down in a river on the set of the upcoming thriller in Warwick, Rhode Island on Tuesday. As Diane splashed some cool creak water onto her body, her co-star Ray Nicholson, 29, flashed his toned abs as he stood shirtless on dry land.
Comparing mask-wearing in schools to torture, more than a dozen Rhode Island parents and grandparents are taking Gov. Dan McKee to court, filing a lawsuit over his statewide school mask mandate. They claim he violated the law and state Constitution, asking the Superior Court to prohibit the governor from issuing any more executive orders related to COVID-19.
Hi Rhode Island, it's Friday, Sept. 17. Here's a look at what's been happening around the Ocean State today. A new bill, signed into law this week, will offer financial compensation to people who are deemed to have been wrongfully imprisoned in Rhode Island.
Rhode Island’s casinos have a new name: Bally's. The former Twin River Worldwide Holdings adopted Bally's as its corporate name last year, and the company unveiled a big expansion at the Twin River site in Lincoln on Thursday. What started as Lincoln Downs decades ago, then became Lincoln Park, then Twin River, is now Bally’s Twin River Lincoln Casino Resort.
The lieutenant governor’s office is the most existentially debated position in Rhode Island’s government. With a million dollar annual budget and almost no official powers, many critics have advocated for its abolition. Others point to valuable work that particularly effective lieutenant governors have carved out, like Elizabeth Roberts’ leadership in setting up Rhode Island’s health exchange.
PROVIDENCE, RI — Rhode Island's home prices continue to skyrocket, according to the latest data from the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. In August, the median price of a single family home was $390,000, while the median price for multifamily homes hit an all-time high.
PROVIDENCE, RI — Rhode Island reached another COVID-19 pandemic milestone this week. As of Thursday, just over 700,000 residents were fully vaccinated against COVID-19. That represents just under two-thirds of all Rhode Island residents, or approximately 74 percent of those aged 12 and older, who are eligible to get vaccinated.
On Aug. 19, Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee issued an emergency declaration that all students, teachers, school staff and visitors will be required to wear face masks inside public school buildings at the start of the 2021-2022 school year. The emergency order came in the throes of a nationwide outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant and expires on Sept. 18, but that doesn't mean that those who enter school buildings will be able to take off their masks.