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According to police, Redding was involved in an argument with a family member that escalated to include restaurant staff.
Joseph Thompson on Tuesday was ordered held without bail, accused in a violent crime spree over the weekend.
In a statement Monday evening, Woods says an unexpected reaction to prescription medicine led to his arrest on a DUI charge.
Trading in his suit and tie for an orange vest and gloves, Mayor Jorge Elorza reminded residents just how easy it is to report acts of vanda…
But before police officers could put her in the cruiser, Rebello-McCarthy told officers she had a bearded dragon lizard inside her bra.
Police said the phony bills were cut unevenly and don’t have watermarks.
Officials say the $8-million project should take six to eight years to complete, with about 2,000 feet of bridge worked on at a time.
Suspect in Westerly fraud case caught on surveillance. Police looking to public to help identify her.
Andrew Jett is accused of stabbing Michelle Busby to death two years after he was released from prison.
Route 18 between Coggeshall Street and Union Street in New Bedford closing at 9 p.m. Monday for overnight work. Roadway will reopen at 6 a.m…
An East Greenwich man is held in federal custody, following his arraignment on a federal enticement charge. 61-year old Stephen Ferrante is …
Attleboro police confirm a drug investigation took officers to a home on Holman Street and another location early Friday morning.
La Salette Shrine removes live donkey from creche following concerns of some visitors.
A team with the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown disentangled a young humpback whale outside Boston Sunday.
Mayor apologizes for cemetery clean up that some residents say went too far.
Construction kicks off on the Pawtucket Central Falls Commuter Rail Station.
AAA offering tips to trick-or-treaters and motorists to stay safe this Halloween
Former state representative charged in political sign theft denies allegations.
Pawtucket Armory owner alleges worker stole tens of thousands of dollars from the arts center.
Registration services at the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles have been restored.
Children at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Providence have a new place to play thanks to a unique donation.
Block Island Ferry closely watching Tropical Storm Hermine, and its potential travel impact Sunday and Monday.
Insomnia Cookies on Thayer Street loses bid to stay open until 4 a.m.
In the wake of recent attacks on female joggers nationwide, local police offer vital information to protect yourself while running.