Legislators passed a law last year requiring the health department to test the water from faucets and fountains.
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Drivers should expect delays during the closure periods and seek alternate routes this weekend.
Not only are local sailing fans excited for the thrill of the chase, state officials are seeing dollar signs.
The shooting occurred at a house a few blocks away from PC’s campus.
The middle school was closed on Wednesday and Thursday due to several leaks on the second floor.
In addition, police in several communities said they’ll be stepping up patrols on area roadways this weekend.
A surcharge on Rhode Islanders’ electric bills provided the funding for the $32,175 turbine, which has broken before.
A letter obtained by the Target 12 Investigators said steel reinforcement bars in the railings were apparently cut during installation.
The former GOP vice-presidential nominee will “meet with supporters and attend several events,” a spokesman said.
Officers conducted a sweep Monday at the Jewish Community Center on Elmgrove Avenue, according to a department spokesperson.
Providence police say a man pretending to be an Uber driver kidnapped a Providence teen and sexually assaulted her.
Jeffrey Savit, President and CEO of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island called the recent threats anti-Semitism at its worst.
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The accident last month in Warwick left Amanda Andreoni with broken bones, a lacerated liver, and looming medical bills.
Rhode Island State Police said two men have been arrested and a warrant has been issued for a third suspect.
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More than a decade ago, U.S. Sen. Jack Reed took part in unanimously confirming Judge Neil Gorsuch to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
State officials say they have been encouraging Steelers fans to stay in Providence this weekend.
Governor Gina Raimondo is set to announce her state budget for the year on Thursday.
The Rhode Island Sports Commission anticipates a $4.5 million influx into the economy, with a hockey tournament also in town this weekend.
Heidi Hartzell is accused of driving drunk, hitting an SUV in Middletown and leaving the scene.
“We did see much more cooperation,” said Lombard, who added handing out warnings to violators was tying up DPW and police resources. “
A trio of bills designed to crack down on drunk driving have died in committee for six straight years.
Just last week, a teenager delivering pizzas was stabbed and robbed by three men in downtown Providence.