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Jesse Ferrell was arrested Saturday at the Mobil gas station at Atwells Avenue and Valley Street following a weeks-long investigation.
Sandy Reyes, 18, was arraigned Thursday on several charges, including assault with a dangerous weapon.
Seekonk police allege the suspect tried to break into a number of vehicles during the storm on Tuesday.
“This has been a very unique situation that we’ve had these three storms, right on top of each other,” National Grid spokesperson Ted Kresse…
“Students cannot be punished more harshly simply for exercising their right to protest,” ACLU of RI Executive Director Steven Brown said.
The Red Cross is helping residents, and a relief fund is being collected.
A $500 reward has been offered for the return of the equipment taken from Taft Field at Brayton Park.
Suzette Ward said she had to go pick up her granddaughter because the roads were impassable for buses due to fallen trees and power lines.
The new building will be built on the site of the old middle school and house students grades 5 through 12.
But 53% oppose the broad concept of using taxpayer money to build a new stadium for the minor-league team.
“I don’t know if I can believe it,” neighbor of the Botelho’s Bill Cordeiro said.
First responder Paul Doughty said crews are having to take extra precautions because the airborne effects of fentanyl are still not fully kn…
Residents returned to the scene of the fire Tuesday to collect what’s left of their belongings.
A firefighter risked the ice and cold Sunday to save a dog from a pond in Blackstone.
“Our taxpayers are being burdened by paying costs they shouldn’t be paying,” City Councilman Brian Faria said Friday.
Lt. Richard Jenks, 72, was a father and a grandfather, and a volunteer with the Pascoag Fire Department for 33 years.
The daily entrance fee will also be increased by $2 this summer, according to the town’s director of Parks and Recreation.
Valentine’s Day is on the same day as Ash Wednesday this year, for the first time since 1945, and that could complicate plans for the faithf…
“We need help, we need help, our deck just collapsed and several people are injured,” one of the home renters said to the officer who arrive…
Since mid-December, fire crews across Southern New England have responded to seven fatal fires.
Cranston Fire Chief William McKenna said the crews’ rubberized gear and boots began to melt because of the chemicals inside the building.
A study by the Institute for Justice says Rhode Island has the 10th most burdensome regulations in the country.
Portsmouth High School resource officer Maddie Pirri sat down with Eyewitness News for an exclusive interview on Wednesday.
“Their rubberized gear, their boots were starting to melt,” Fire Chief William McKenna said.
The H3N2 strain is currently the most prominent this season and is known to be dangerous for children and the elderly.