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According to the Herald News, the woman posted bail and was ordered to have no contact with the victim.
The victim’s mother said she is holding out hope that suspects responsible will be brought to justice.
Construction crews inadvertently struck a gas main or gas line while resurfacing a road.
Raposa said it’s important to prepare for your car breaking down, particularly during periods of extreme heat.
There is currently no word on whether police have arrested any suspects in connection with the shooting.
Eyewitness News cameras captured a CSI truck pulling up to the scene and a car being towed away from the home.
While McVeigh’s body was never found, her family hopes that one last public push could lead to information about her disappearance.
The Rhode Island DMV resumed normal walk-in operations Tuesday following the installation of a $19 million computer system earlier this mont…
The back side of a Summer Street home sustained heavy damage during a fire Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
According to Frontier, the new flights start at $39.
The Smithfield Fire Department is on scene after a 15-year-old suffered a “severe hand injury,” police said.
A judge will decide whether Christian Lepore, 36, is guilty or not guilty by reason of insanity.
The trooper located a bullet hole in a rear door of that person’s car, which also had a broken window.
Newport voters will head to the polls and choose between four Democratic primary candidates.
More than 36,000 vehicles owe the state upwards of $200 each in parking tickets, according to Providence City Counselor Luis Aponte.
In addition to the life sentence, Belen has been ordered not to have contact with the victim, prosecutors said.
According to court records, Teribury also pleaded no contest larceny and fraudulent use of a credit card in June.
According to a spokesperson for Senator Jack Reed’s office, the bill would make healthcare more expensive and provide less coverage.
Routine state testing found high levels of unsafe bacteria in those waters.
Police said they are still on the lookout for the suspect’s car, which reportedly has stolen license plates.
“We don’t skimp on security at a relatively small airport like this one,” Kelly said.
Gaulin had a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .12 shortly after the crash occurred, police said.
Another Twin River employee strike is imminent.
“I believe a merger between Care New England and Lifespan would be good for patients,” Lifespan President and CEO Dr. Timothy Babineau said.