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A Providence County Superior Court jury last Friday found Jason Cardoso, a 34-year-old North Providence resident, guilty of first-degree robbery. The jury returned the verdict after less than one... more
WOONSOCKET – Woonsocket Police have released the name of the individual who was found dead in a backyard fire pit on Sunday, April 19. Paul Gignac, 60, of Woonsocket was found lying face down in a... more
After a lovely weekend full of sun, the weather will turn cooler and wetter for much of the week. Temperatures in Rhode Island will be in the 50s Monday, with a chance for plenty of rain, especially... more
PAWTUCKET - Rochester shortstop Argenis Diaz committed a fielding error with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to allow the winning run to score and cap a two-run rally as the Pawtucket Red Sox... more
PAWTUCKET - Police are looking for a man they say robbed the D'Angelo's store on Broadway shortly before 9 p.m. Wednesday. Officers from the second platoon investigated after a suspect demanded money... more
PAWTUCKET – Police are asking the public for help identifying the three suspects pictured above. Each is wanted for shoplifting at the Walgreens on Cottage St. Call Det. David Silva at 401-727-9100... more
LINCOLN – A bill that seeks to remove a prohibition against hotels on casino property is now before the governor, after both chambers of the General Assembly gave the go-ahead Thursday. Members of... more
PAWTUCKET - A man who met a woman online and went to meet her at her apartment on Coleman Street early Friday morning was robbed of his money, two pair of sneakers and a cell phone. The woman at the... more
The woman pictured above shoplifted from the CVS on Armistice Boulevard at Newport Avenue, according to Pawtucket police. If you know who she is, call Det. Doran at 401-727-9100, ext. 742.
WOONSOCKET – A city man has been arrested for allegedly starting the fire that damaged a Cass Avenue bar on Tuesday, April 14. Jarod Wilson, 29, was taken into custody by Woonsocket police and... more
PAWTUCKET - Police in Pawtucket took part in a three-day operation with the U.S. Marshal’s Service Sex Offender Law Enforcement Multidisciplinary Network Task Force, the Rhode Island Department of... more
PAWTUCKET – Police have arrested a man they say committed two armed robberies. Tyree Tilson, 19, is being charged with two counts of first-degree armed robbery and will be arraigned Thursday in... more
WOONSOCKET – A fire at 30 Ascension St. on Wednesday, April 8 left some 50 residents seeking shelter. The blaze at the four-story lodging house was called in around 11:30 p.m. and took around an hour... more
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PROVIDENCE - A bill by Pawtucket Rep. Raymond Johnston Jr. to stiffen penalties for unauthorized use of cell phones on school buses, passed the House of Representatives Wednesday. The bill from... more
SMITHFIELD – Following a brawl on campus on Saturday, March 21, seven Bryant University students were arrested by Smithfield police Tuesday morning and charged with disorderly conduct and simple... more
PAWTUCKET - The Goff Players will be performing "High School Musical" on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, April 15-16, at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Students involved in the anti-bullying program at North Providence High School are learning patience, confidence and self-defense through an ancient form of martial arts called... more
NORTH KINGSTOWN – On Thursday, April 9, from 8 to 9:30 a.m., a huge convoy of more than 100 trucks with “one million meals” will leave Ocean State Job Lot headquarters on Commerce Park Road, Quonset... more
PAWTUCKET – Pawtucket police on Monday arrested a man after finding guns in the car he was driving. At around 2 a.m., Patrolman James Leach was conducting a traffic stop at the intersection of Main... more
PAWTUCKET – Ten people were homeless this week after a fire ripped through a triple-decker at 75 Warren Ave. Saturday evening. All 10 people who were home at the time of the 5 p.m. blaze got out... more
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster aid has been made available to Rhode Island to supplement recovery efforts in the area... more
Fire officials say a fire that destroyed two homes on Melton Street Monday evening was started by a child playing with matches. The fire, which started around 8:30 p.m., quickly spread from an... more
SMITHFIELD – Three men, two from North Providence and one from Providence, were arrested Tuesday by members of the Rhode Island State Police and the FBI and charged with owning and/or operated... more