Providence, R.I. – The Naval War College is holding a memorial ceremony Friday to remember those who died on 9/11. Three war college students and seven alumni died in the 2001 attack on the Pentagon. Hijackers flew an American Airlines plane into the western side of the Pentagon killing everyone on board and 125 people inside the building. The ceremony will be held at the Naval War College's 9/11 Memorial, which includes a piece of shattered limestone that was part of the Pentagon.
Providence, R.I. – Rhode Island will create 153,000 job openings by 2018 and 61 percent of them will require at least some post-secondary training. That's according to a new labor market study by the Georgetown University Center on Education in the workforce.
The findings will be published Friday in the New England Journal of Higher Education. They present a mixed picture for Rhode Island.
VERMONT – You've heard of speed dating? Well now there's weed dating where people have the chance to meet while working together on a farm. As part of a collaboration with Northeast stations Steve Zind of Vermont Public Radio reports.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The new theater season around here begins with David Mamet's prize-winning play, "Glengarry Glen Ross," at the Gamm Theatre. Bill Gale was there press night and he says this hard-edged play is as good as ever.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – WRNI concludes our series of profiles of the five candidates running for mayor of Providence. As WRNI's political reporter Ian Donnis reports, Democrat Steven Costantino is looking to make the jump after serving as a state representative.
NEWPORT, R.I. – An SUV has crashed into a wall at Newport's famed Breakers mansion, and four college students are seriously hurt.
Newport Police Lt. William Fitzgerald says four 19-year-old students at Salve Regina University were in the car early Thursday when it crashed. He says it appears the vehicle was going fast, although details are still being investigated.
Fitzgerald says it's not clear whether alcohol was involved.