More than a dozen bodies have been removed from the condemned Roger Williams Park Mausoleum.
Cranston’s city council president will release letter to the public at tonight’s meeting.
URI President says false alarm prompted him to push to arm campus police.
“It doesn’t paint the mayor in a very favorable position,” city council president says of letter.
The Rhode Island Crime Lab is trying to decipher the obliterated serial number from a gun found in a cop’s bag.
MTY Paving is accused, in some cases, of driving homeowners to drain their life savings to pay for their newly paved driveways.
Dr. Christina Stanley, Rhode Island’s chief medical examiner, was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday.
A total of 107 signatures were delivered Tuesday, calling for a special meeting.
The veteran officer is suspended amid a criminal investigation involving a gun with obliterated serial numbers, Target 12 has learned.
“We need some cash right now, our cash flow is pretty low,” said fire official.
In the wake of the Chattanooga shootings, Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse are both concerned about terrorists’ use of the Web.
Dozens of group home clients were sent letters to settle any potential future cases.