“I don’t understand how these teeth are going to do anybody else any good,” Casey said.
The affected products were distributed to retail stores and home-delivery customers throughout eastern Rhode Island and the Fall River area.
Here’s what to do if you have either of these products.
A Call 12 for Action report brought to light parents’ concerns about their kids’ bus stop being moved after a weight restriction was put on …
The recall covers more than 390,000 Hyundai Elantra vehicles from 2013 and 2014 and more than 134,000 Kia Forte cars from 2012-2014.
The U.S. Postal Service expects to deliver 3 billion pieces of mail and 850 million packages between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Production of the salmon has been suspended while the FDA investigates the source of the contamination.
The recalled Dream On Me products fail to meet federal flammability standards, according to safety advocates.
The state now acknowledges an unknown number of Rhode Islanders have received letters false suggesting they have died.
Fire, electric shock and short circuiting are some of the issues associated with the items being recalled this week.
JWU’s director of information security says it’s much safer to shop online than at a brick-and-mortar store.
“All of a sudden, black smoke comes out from the vent, and it started sparking all over the place!” Rudy Cirelli said.
The Pines Restaurant’s phone line is no longer in service and the establishment’s Facebook page has been disabled.
The products contain milk, wheat and soy, which are not listed on the label, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The FTC says there are ways to protect yourself from falling victim to a similar crime.
The recall covers certain 2016 F-150 and Explorer vehicles equipped with front power seats.
Clay craft kits were also recalled because they could contain mold while bourbon glasses were recalled because they could break during use.
“Toys like this can be hacked because of the Bluetooth connectivity,” said Diane Santurri, an associate professor at JWU’s College of Engine…
More than 174 million Americans shopped in stores and online during the holiday weekend, according to the National Retail Federation.
“Don’t start your financial planning in January when you get your credit card bills,” cautioned JWU associated professor Tim Howes.
“If it was a routine thing, sure, stuff happens. This wasn’t routine,” said Dennis Bline of Woonsocket.
The recall covers Allura fiber cement decking and fascia. The products were sold at Kelseyville Lumber, Trademark Exteriors and Home Depot.
Through the state’s tax amnesty program, R.I. will reduce the current interest owed by 25% and will waive civil and criminal penalties for t…
A Rhode Island woman received a letter for the state saying she’s dead and that her family’s Medicaid benefits would be terminated at the en…
Consumers say they’ll spend an average of $967.13 this holiday season; that’s up 3.4% from last year.