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NORTH PROVIDENCE – A Memorial Day parade and festivities planned for Monday afternoon have been called off due to rain, but town officials are still planning to hold a wreath-laying ceremony at 1 p.m... more
GLOCESTER – An Uxbridge man died early Saturday morning following a single car crash in Glocester, and police say that speed may have been a factor. Christopher Johnson, 29, of Uxbridge, Mass., was... more
PROVIDENCE – Randy Collins, 44, of Scituate, was sentenced Thursday to two years in federal prison for traveling interstate with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct. Collins previously... more
Juan Silva, a 37-year-old Woonsocket resident, pleaded no contest Friday before Superior Court Justice Kristin Rodgers to one count of first-degree sexual assault (rape), one count of second-degree... more
With seal pupping season now begun, the Greater Atlantic Region of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries is warning beach-goers not to take selfies with seals. "If you are... more
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PLAINVILLE — A city man was arrested by Plainville police while allegedly driving a stolen vehicle this week, and was also charged with speeding and driving without a license. Tyson Walker, 20, of... more
WASHINGTON D.C. - Christopher Relyea, the 7th-grader from Lincoln Middle School who is representing Rhode Island at the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee for a second consecutive year, made it to... more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Justice Reyes, 19, of Pawtucket, was ordered detained in federal custody on Wednesday after a federal grand jury indicted him Tuesday on a charge of possession of a firearm with an... more
PROVIDENCE – Joao Viera, a 76-year-old Pawtucket resident, was found guilty by a Providence County Superior Court jury on Tuesday of two counts of first-degree child molestation and one count of... more
PAWTUCKET – On Tuesday evening, the Pawtucket River Bridge was lit in blue to honor Patrolman Ryan Bourque, a Jamestown police officer who was killed in a head-on collision early Monday morning as he... more
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The Rhode Island State Police are joining with state and local law enforcement agencies in the “Click it or Ticket” nationwide enforcement campaign just ahead of one of the busiest travel weekends of... more
Handful of protestors rally outside Chamber event Thursday
BURRILLVILLE – Kathleen Martley, holding a sign that reads “Save Burrillville,” stood outside Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln Thursday morning, concerned for her hometown that’s becoming “... more