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Providence’s public safety commissioner acknowledges there are police academy recruits who do not have spotless records.
Christopher Hayes signed a plea agreement on Monday.
The alleged scheme involved more than $71,000 in transactions from the Newport Fraternal Order of Police bank account.
City taxpayers must put $1.4 million into a fund to cover 5 loans that didn’t meet federal guidelines.
A Providence program that helps dropouts inadvertently put two rivals in the same classroom.
A RIDOT work order to update the sign was placed in time, but the actual update was delayed by weather.
Rhode Island State Police have reported four minor accidents across the state.
Don’t ever play horse with Peter Mollo, who takes and makes some outlandish shots at the hoop.
Nonprofit insists renovating blighted properties improves the entire community, despite sometimes expensive taxpayer-funded renovations.
Retired Providence cop was shocked to find someone else’s name and number on his tax form.
Proposed measure follows an investigation by Target 12 that found six sex offenders living in three local motels.
The suspect’s financial crimes record had been expunged and was not picked up during her background check for her most recent job.
Advancements in technology are no doubt the biggest game-changers our chief meteorologist’s career.
Two of the checks involved alleged forgeries of the signature of a Sister Angela, who runs the prominent food pantry.
John Barnes hopes to use his experience to help young Rhode Islanders stay off the path that he took.
The employee has been suspended, according to Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré.
Two former employees allege mistreatment by CEO Steven O’Donnell, but the organization’s board chair argues an independent investigation fou…
Mary Latowski’s still sharp and has strong opinion on who’s the best Red Sox slugger of all time.
A Bristol police affidavit states suspects had made a suicide pact and never intended to get away with the crime.
The state alone paid out close to $4 million in accrued sick time payouts to retirees over the past three years.
Founded by a local Vietnam veteran, Veterans Assembled Electronics in Providence helps veterans get back to work.
Peter Palumbo gave up the contract and was then hired by eventual contract winner David Caprio.
If the issue is not settled, the panel will decide if there is a code violation and what the punishment should be.
A rare ailment left Truman emaciated and unable to walk or eat without getting sick.