Providence firefighter Khari O’Connor has been punished for his gesture during a protest, but the city agrees he was not gesturing directly at the burning of an American flag, Target 12 has learned.
Embattled fire chief Paul Labbadia appears for a hearing on a pension fight in North Providence.
Luis Aponte is confident a lawsuit and court judgment against him will not derail his quest to become city council president.
Mayor Charles Lombardi seeking nearly $200,000 in back retirement benefits from Coventry Fire District chief
Taunton has hired a private company to investigate Detective Robert Kramer.
Officials are looking at why employment records in North Providence show Paul Labbadia isn’t eligible for the pension he’s collecting.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis issues $2,000 fine against Michael Corso citing lobby laws.
The investigation into embattled fire chief Paul Labbadia should end soon, according to attorney.
John Sauro’s pension was suspended in December 2013 after the city said he refused to see specialist in Mass.
An on-duty Providence firefighter accused of showing his approval of a flag burning protest in front of the Public Safety Complex has been disciplined, Target 12 has learned.
Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare said video shows the on-duty firefighter raising his fist in apparent approval of the flag-burning which attracted a large crowd.
Attorney William Harsch was hired by Coventry Fire District board to investigate Chief Paul Labbadia.
The former House speaker donated more than $90,000 to charities, but he may be able to use one of his political accounts for legal fees.