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Thanks to a new animal shelter, stray and lost pets in Fall River will no longer have to be transported out of the city.
Choppy seas have made moving the whale earlier impossible.
Dennis Pavao, 59, pleaded not guilty to all counts in Fall River Superior Court.
John Benevides has been missing for some days, the police said Tuesday.
Passengers are encouraged to contact the ferry office if they pre-purchased tickets for a day when service was canceled.
South Water Street will reportedly be shut down as early as 6 a.m. Saturday and will remained closed during the event.
The city announced Tuesday the “Greater Fall River Addiction Help Center” will be opening this month as an ongoing resource.
Few schools in Rhode Island have air conditioned classrooms.
The agreement was reached only a half hour into the strike.
The suspects were drinking the resident’s wine when they were caught.
Similar crimes were reported overnight in Providence and Cranston. There’s no word if the three crimes are connected.
Six people pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday to citations for soliciting on city roadways.
David Deleon is accused of shooting and killing a man he knew, then dismembering the body of Dakota Gosselin and setting the remains on fire…
Three people were wounded in a shooting outside Club Luv in the early morning hours of May 7.
A large percentage of parents admit their children don’t always wear helmets while playing outside.
Just two weeks after one of the owners of Eagan’s Package Store was shot in an attempted robbery, the door opened once again Tuesday.
In a new partnership, the city’s police department is taking a new approach to help fight Rhode Island’s drug addiction epidemic.
Legend has it that the plate has been passed down for almost a hundred years.
After battling cancer in 2002 and again in 2010, Detective Claudia Sampson knows what it’s like to be bald.
Another community forum was held in Warwick Wednesday night.
In order to help first responders deal with emotional trauma, a state firefighters’ union is holding a training for 60 volunteers.
Sheriffs across the Bay State are urging law makers to raise the tax on pot to help combat the opioid crisis.
Crews from the Pawtucket Fire Department were called to a Park Street apartment Monday morning.
A hearing on Nathan Carman’s request is set for Thursday.