The owner’s tax preparer told Call 12 for Action she has two other clients who were also charged more than once.
Police say the 12-year-old boy was robbed outside a church at the intersection of Public and Broad Streets shortly before 4 p.m. Monday.
The Newport Democrat has led the General Assembly’s upper chamber since 2008.
Police said Rony Martinez-Pereyra walked away from work detail outside the facility earlier this month.
Investigators allege Jeremy Costa was distributing the powerful painkiller from his New Bedford apartment.
Mayor Jorge Elorza is supporting the increase from $165,000 to $265,000 a year.
Not only are local sailing fans excited for the thrill of the chase, state officials are seeing dollar signs.
The aim is to give Rhode Island patients more opportunity for quality care — while also reducing lengthy trips.
The defense started going back over a former friend’s narrative about the night of the killings — and the moments leading up to the nightcl…
Construction of the 14 planned toll gantries is expected begin this fall, and the first could start operating by the end of this year.
The alleged scheme involved more than $71,000 in transactions from the Newport Fraternal Order of Police bank account.
The prosecution argues Carter is criminally responsible for the death of Conrad Roy III.
On Sunday, March 19th, police say a man armed with a black revolver held up the Family Dollar Store on North Main Street.
Sam Jenkins graduated from Providence’s La Salle Academy in 2015 where he played hockey.
More than 100 jurisdictions across the country are named in a new report from ICE.
The store owner owner said adrenaline set in instead of fear.
Gilberto Grave, a sophomore at Juanita Sanchez School, helped hand-deliver the Boy Scouts’ ‘Report to the Nation.’
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking for ways to create awareness about the dangers of drowsy driving.
The shooting occurred at a house a few blocks away from PC’s campus.
The first of eight planned weekend closures of the Pawtucket Avenue Bridge will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 31.
City taxpayers must put $1.4 million into a fund to cover 5 loans that didn’t meet federal guidelines.
Medical marijuana has been legal in RI for a decade, so we sought to find out why the state doesn’t require the drug to be tested.
The city says legislation related to the water supply will be filed soon.
Democratic legislative leaders offered little response to the ideas, which include audits of campaign accounts and a line-item veto.
The Board Chair said they were unaware of the Central Falls community alert system that is in place.