The 55-year-old Democrat turned himself into the Rhode Island State Police barracks in Scituate Thursday after learning a warrant was issued…
The Democrat turned himself into State Police Thursday afternoon.
Maine State Police will not reopen the case of a former Bristol pastor’s first wife more than 23 years ago.
Judge admonishes Ray Gallison and issues citation for “unfaithful administration” of dead man’s estate.
James Morales was in prison at the same time as a man who had escaped from Wyatt in 1996.
The treasurer called it “unconscionable” to spend more than $30,000 on the firm.
A Pawtucket woman claims her husband’s medical coverage was delayed due to the glitch.
The House’s top two Democrats discuss their priorities for the 2017 General Assembly session that began this week.
The charge comes with a potential of five years behind bars and three years probation with a $250,000 fine. Morales remains at large.
A union official says excessive, forced overtime of correctional officers at the Central Falls facility “results in bad things happening.”
Emery went missing in November 1993, just hours after being convicted of second-degree murder in the death of 20-year-old Jason Bass.
Some tribe members claim the Charlestown clan has a $2.5 million deficit.
In a year-end interview at the State House, the first-time Democrat reflects on 2016 and looks ahead to 2017.
Scammers often build sites that use stolen photos and content from reputable breeders.
One city employee returned to work after he was suspended nearly 3 months.
Some tribal members say they have been asking for a federal investigation for months.
Bishop Tobin has formed a study committee to review Pope Francis’s document addressing communion for divorced Catholics.
The pickup truck was rejected by the state’s Safety and Emission Control just five weeks after the dealer said it passed inspection.
Rhode Island’s Roman Catholic bishop discusses the state of the church locally and globally.
Police were seen outside the tribe’s administration building on Thursday as members continued their occupation.
A conference call on a motion for temporary restraining order is scheduled for Thursday.
Gov. Gina Raimondo supports getting rid of the car tax but said the budget is ‘still in the works.’
Tribal leadership has disputed two straight council elections.
Issues involving dumped debris, bankruptcy and security deposits have plagued defendant in Vaughn lawsuit.
David Ackell, of Seekonk, was convicted of sextortion for threatening to release explicit photos of teenager.