The officer allegedly kissed a woman after she asked him to move out of an aisle at the ceremony.
Providence police brass said they do not regret choosing David Sanchez for the police academy.
A Providence attorney who allegedly improperly lobbied for the taxpayer-backed game company is now accused of overcharging.
A Providence police rookie, under investigation in a larceny case, had a criminal record before he was selected for the police academy, Target 12 has learned.
A Providence police detective who was looking into the backgrounds of the recently badged police recruits recommended not hiring a recruit who is now under investigation for an alleged larceny.
The incident occured one day after the rookie cop graduated from the police academy.
Painting stripes on a highway costs tens of thousands, and it happened only months before Route 102 in Burrillville was repaved.
Investigators are said to be about halfway through an audit that’s expected to determine if anything else was stolen from an evidence locker.
John Sauro is suing the city claiming harassment over the suspension of his disability pension.
As Providence police investigate one of their own, the brass is reworking the department’s system for storing evidence.
Jorge Elorza, Buddy Cianci and Daniel Harrop all attacked the city’s struggles with crime, schools and finances.
The new analysis shows just 5% of higher-income K-3 students missed that much time.
Two youthful outsiders are campaigning to replace Gordon Fox as the state representative for his district on Providence’s East Side.
The U.S. attorney’s office has spent months digging into the evidence they gathered in the March raids that triggered Fox’s resignation.
Michael Corso must retroactively disclose lobbying for 38 Studios or else pay a $2,000 fine, a lawyer hired by the secretary of state ruled.
38 Studios decision – delayed for six days – is expected Wednesday.