PAWTUCKET – Police in Pawtucket started an investigation this week into people fraudulently soliciting donations on their behalf.
A city resident contacted police about a telephone call they received... more
LINCOLN - The valedictorian for the Class of 2015 at William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School is Keyla DeHoyos, and the salutatorian is Cesia Lapop. Both students are Pawtucket... more
Officials from the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority are investigating after a bus driver was caught on video shouting at a woman to learn English.
The incident appears to have taken place on the... more
Calling hours are Wednesday; funeral Thursday
PAWTUCKET - Military veteran and local sports great George Patrick Duffy died last Saturday at the age of 94. He and his wife Helen had been married for 71 years.
Duffy was a veteran of the U.S.... more
PAWTUCKET - The local councilman and residents who live near the city's waste transfer station on Grotto Avenue say they're upset over ongoing issues with big piles of trash being left outside the... more
LINCOLN - On Tuesday, May 12, Gov. Gina Raimondo visited with students at the William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School in Lincoln.
Students shared their experiences representing Rhode... more
PAWTUCKET - Police in Pawtucket are investigating people who are fraudulently soliciting donations on their behalf.
A city resident contacted police about a telephone call they received soliciting... more
PAWTUCKET -The Pawtucket Commission on Arts & Culture, Machines with Magnets, and Pawtucket Foundation invite you to "Church & Main: Pawtucket Networks" at Machines With Magnets, 400 Main St... more
PAWTUCKET - Police are searching for a man they say is responsible for shooting someone after a heated argument at Galego Court in Pawtucket.
Mark Cruz, 20, with a last known address of 288 Broad St... more
PAWTUCKET - Officer Mario Comella, one of the most decorated members of the Pawtucket Police Department, has been called on to deploy.
Comella has received multiple awards for Achievement of... more
ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Seven Pawtucket students are among this year's graduates from Bishop Feehan High School.
The seven are Meredith Butler, Tyler Costa, Haley Duffy, Cherubin Manokaran, Kyle McMahon,... more
PAWTUCKET - Organizers are planning a huge event to celebrate the grand opening of the new Festival Pier off School Street for next Saturday, June 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Organizer Lewis Soares... more
PAWTUCKET - Living Well Adult Day Care, a day program for adults with disabilities, is now open in 6,000 square feet of space at the Kellaway Center, 461 Main St.
Owner Greg Andrade said he worked... more
PAWTUCKET - Young readers are invited to participate in the Book Club for Kids program at the Pawtucket Children's Library on Saturday, June 6, from 11 a.m. to noon in the Children's Caidin Room at... more
CENTRAL FALLS - Police in Central Falls arrested fugitives from Colorado on Wednesday on numerous fire firearms charges. Police were led to John Baker, 38, and Jessica Garrett, 32, after being tipped... more
EAST PROVIDENCE - Newman Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, in Rumford, announces its Vacation Bible School will be Aug. 3-7 from 9 a.m. to noon in the church's Memorial Hall.
VBS is... more
PAWTUCKET - The 4th annual Rhode Island Walk for Lupus to benefit the Lupus Foundation New England is planned for this Saturday, May 30, in the carousel area of Slater Park off Armistice Boulevard.... more
PAWTUCKET - Park Place Congregational Church, 71 Park Place, is holding a music and praise worship service on Sunday, May 31, at 6 p.m.
Pastors Bill and Darlene McMillan will lead the service. Call... more
PAWTUCKET - In a ceremony last Friday, city officials welcomed seven new members to the Pawtucket Police Department. The new members are part of a "particularly impressive" Rhode Island Municipal... more
PAWTUCKET - Tribute Quartet performs a concert of southern gospel music on Friday, May 29, at Woodlawn Baptist Church, 337 Lonsdale Ave.
The concert starts at 6:30 p.m. Call 401-724-6390.