Ted’s roundup tackles
The city of Providence hosted a special WaterFire ahead of the Christmas holiday.
The house fire was over one thousand feet away from the main road, which posed a problem for crews trying to quickly access fire hydrants.
Staples Inc. says nearly 1.2 million customer payment cards may have been exposed during a security breach earlier this year.
Central Falls Police Department K9 Axel has been awarded a bullet and stab protective vest.
The advocacy group called on Rhode Island’s top prosecutor to take action after finding dozens of alleged violations of the state’s open-records law.
Saturday is the final deadline to mail cards, letters, and packages to ensure they arrive in time for Christmas.
A number of recalls have been issued this week for defective products that could cause serious injuries.
According to police, a man lost control of his car and struck a telephone pole and tree before hitting another car.
Christmas is only days away and retailers are gearing up for a busy weekend as the last minute shopping rush kicks into high gear.
Lynch maintains that he was working as an attorney when he interacted with his old office, not as a lobbyist.