Maine investigators will review the case files from the 1993 death of Greta Randall, who fell from a cliff at a state park.
A spokeswoman said the delay was caused by the merger of two agencies.
David Ackell of Seekonk, Massachusetts, is charged with two counts of stalking in a federal sextortion case.
The town’s mayor said at this point the employee’s driving record has not provoked increased insurance premiums.
Two freshman lawmakers talk about why they ran and what they hope to get done in the General Assembly.
The class action lawsuit claims the state has failed to timely provide benefits to needy families due in part to its troubled transition to …
Massachusetts man accused of attempting several small cash transactions to avoid reporting money to government.
According to advocate going from prison to the streets could trigger some to re-offend.
“That thing blew up. It sounded just like a shotgun shell.”
Target 12 gets an inside look at how the medical examiners office identifies human remains that have been underground for decades.
A level 3 sex offender who saved 2,613 days off of his sentence through “good time” credits has found a new residence since being released f…
Heath Hobson said he had to fight to make the government keep the Army’s promise.
The Food and Nutrition Service, which oversees SNAP benefits, said it’s working with the state to ensure compliance with federal law.
The driver in a serious crash on Route 6 in Providence received one of the hundreds of texting while driving tickets written this year.
“Unfortunately these dissident members have attempted to perpetrate a fraud on their fellow tribal members, as well as the media and the gen…
Dana Waters – who was convicted of molesting 11 children – was released from the ACI on Thursday.
Former firefighter Stephen Campbell collects pension for an injured hand.
Twin River in Lincoln is on track to get a new 140-room hotel by 2018.
The head of Twin River updates the plans for a casino in Tiverton.
One defendant allegedly threatened to send a sex video of the other defendant to his wife.
The state’s troubled new computer system for benefits will save taxpayers millions of dollars less than promised this year.
Despite the ongoing problems with the online benefits system, the Dept. of Administration director said it “will ultimately be the right cho…
The plea agreement does not mention the sex trafficking charges.
DHS told Eyewitness News the issue could potentially affect those who used the customer portal on a public computer and failed to close the …
The decision is a blow to the hopes of Mattiello’s Republican challenger, Steven Frias, who is down by 85 votes.