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The discovery resulted in the arrest of Natalia Lopera.
The ordinance comes in response to a recent spike in illegal ATVs and dirt bike riding.
It happened on I-95 in West Greenwich, near Exit 6.
A forum was held in Providence Wednesday night, after concerns of schools needing repairs have made headlines recent months.
The vandalism was spotted on Monday at the Bethel AME Church on Dover Street.
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One of the two tours of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus will be giving its very last performances at the Dunkin’ Donuts C…
The Chief of Highway Safety says they’re also seeing a trend of drivers leaving the scene.
A new bill proposed giving workers the option of choosing either comp day or time-and-a-half if overtime is worked.
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Investigators also say there is no indication of alcohol or drug impairment by either operator.
On Tuesday, detectives found 170 bags of heroin and $571 in cash at Upper Cuts Barber Shop on Main Road in Tiverton.
Officials say the man was the only person injured.
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The unanimous vote was the final step needed to move the project forward and is supported by Governor Gina Raimondo.
The woman was crossing Killingly Street with her son just before 9 p.m. Monday when she was struck, according to police.
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The crash caused the pole to break in two.
Excited kids were able to get up close and personal with local fire and police vehicles as well as the Breaking News One.
The woman performed CPR before first responders arrived.
When they were unable to find the owner, the two troopers lassoed the llama and led him safely off the highway, away form passing vehicles.
Officials said the fire at the Hines Road building was knocked down by 7:30 a.m. Friday.
City police are searching for a pair of suspects following the two incidents on Thursday.