The recalled products were sold in numerous states, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York.
The company has received 24 reports of the Energizer chargers overheating and melting their plastic covers.
The products were sold in about two dozen states, including Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Transactions started coming through mid-morning Friday, and by the afternoon it was fully resolved, the bank said.
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The recall covers Sonata midsize sedans from the 2011 through 2014 model years, and the Sonata hybrid from 2011 through 2015.
The FTC says it received more than 406,000 complaints of impostor scams last year alone.
L.L. Bean is also pulling snowshoes from shelves because they can crack during use.
The cheeses may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Egg is listed on the ingredients list but not on the “contains” section, which is required to alert parents to any allergens.
“We simply don’t have enough housing here,” said Rhode Island Housing’s executive director.
The company that announced a voluntarily recall of various types of its “soy-nut butter” peanut butter substitute said Tuesday it’s drastica…
According to the American Camp Association, there are more than 14,000 day and resident camps in the U.S. and there are more than 14 million…
A brand of soy peanut butter substitute is being recalled due to it possibly being linked to E.coli illness.
Personal information for about 1,100 people may be affected, and state officials are now scrambling to fix the problem.
Electric blowers, lamps, glass knobs and a Szechuan stir fry are also on the recall list.
Under the UHIP system launched in September, some providers say they are having trouble paying their vendors and making payroll.
Rhode Island has already refunded more than $84 million in state tax refunds, according to new data from the Division of Taxation.
“Insurance companies are paying out a ton of money for situations, accidents because of distracted driving,” said Bob Hole of Newport Insura…
“Rhode Island is doing very well with the real estate market,” said Timothy Warren, CEO of The Warren Group.
About 1700 people were in the office on Monday alone, officials said. Some people waited more than four hours.
Dr. Jason Hack from RI Hospital examines if the latest craze – homemade slime – is safe.
The recall includes three different types of Trader Joe’s unsweetened apple sauce.
The agency’s executive director said the issue was caused by a coding error by Deloitte, the company that built the UHIP system.
The Little Tikes swings can break and cause kids to fall out and the batteries in the toy frogs can leak chemicals.