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PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management Division of Fish and Wildlife has developed a new online survey on Rhode Island’s deer population and is asking the public to report all live... more
PAWTUCKET – On Monday, Aug. 3, at around 11 p.m., a pedestrian was struck at the intersection of Exchange Street and Roosevelt Avenue. The male victim sustained serious bodily injury and was... more
NORTH SMITHFIELD – The town of North Smithfield announced Wednesday the Department of Public Works will be open additional hours this week to assist homeowners with cleanup after Tuesday's storm. The... more
WOONSOCKET – The city of Woonsocket will open a drop-off location this weekend where residents can bring branches downed by the recent storm. The service will take place Thursday, Aug. 6, through... more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Health is advising consumers that Thomson International Inc. is recalling red, yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions shipped from May 1, 2020, through the... more
SMITHFIELD – On Friday, July 31, Smithfield police detectives arrested Archie Emerson, age 75, retired pastor of the Ocean State Baptist Church in Smithfield, charging him with second-degree child... more
WOONSOCKET – Albert Brien, former president of the Woonsocket City Council and a longtime participant in city politics, has died. Brien was a former state representative and U.S. Army veteran who... more
LINCOLN — The Lincoln Police Department arrested Edward Gamboa, a 43-year-old man living on Amherst Avenue in Pawtucket, following two incident of indecent exposure. On Wednesday evening, police were... more