A man was struck and killed by a van on Benefit Street in Pawtucket Saturday morning.
Hernandez has already appealed for a new trial in the Odin Lloyd case.
At last check, there were no reported injuries.
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Rep. Bobby Nardolillo is expected to formally announce his campaign next month while potentially waiting in the wings is another Republican.
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The Pawtucket Avenue bridge will be closed all weekend and lane shifts will be in place for both directions of I-195 below.
A group of Providence business owners is backing the plan to pay for two years of tuition at public colleges for Rhode Island residents.
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The newest technology in surveillance, including tethered drones, is among the measures police are taking to keep everyone safe.
John Chiellini, 43, is accused of targeting three Warwick businesses in one night last week.
Jo-Anne Micheletti remains a $75,000 administrator in the school department.
A Taunton state representative filed a bill this week that would prevent the use of public benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.
Taxes are due Tuesday, and an estimated 40 million tax payers haven’t filed yet.
The fire broke out in the area of Estelle Drive, north of 100 Acre Pond, and laid waste to approximately six acres of land.
It happened around 5:15 a.m. on Route 24 South, just south of exit 18.
The PARCC exam was widely despised by teachers, in part because the amount of classroom time it took to administer the exam.
Jurors convicted him of a single charge: unlawful possession of gun. The judge sentenced him to an additional four to five years in prison.
Aponte said he’s not convinced the city has done its due diligence on the water supply.
The “Right to Try” bill passed in the Rhode Island House and heads to the Senate.
The owner of the Hopkins Hill Road home was able to escape and two of his three cats have since been found safe.
A Knight Street home caught fire Thursday night.
A house on Clark Road caught fire just before midnight Friday.
The question of whether students should stay home on the Christian calendar’s most somber day has been controversial.
A local organization that helps immigrants, says it’s deeply troubled after finding graffiti on their property.