“Mr. Gallison is not an evil person,” his attorney wrote in a document ahead of the former lawmaker’s Friday sentencing.
A Cranston teacher and school psychologist both adamantly deny any wrongdoing.
Cranston police said the internal investigation is expected to take about a week.
Travis’s latest financial statement lists more than a dozen nonprofit affiliations, but she didn’t disclose any in her 2015 filing.
If a claim is made on the cash, it would start a litigation process, during which the claimant and government would argue about who has the …
Two suitcases stuffed with cash were found last year by “youths” who were playing in the woods in Barrington, according to court documents.
Police alleged a resident who lived near where the money was found had an illegal pot growing record and ties to a recent, suspected growing…
Operation Triple Play netted 16 suspects and more than 15 pounds of heroin, cocaine and other drugs.
Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan is currently suing the agency alleging she was let go without due process.
From the beginning, Target 12’s focus went beyond this one RIDOT employee. We wanted to know what he was supposed to be doing, and how his a…
The city’s public safety commissioner says it was a policy decision not to promote someone who’s about to be granted a disability pension.
The professor claims the Providence officer verbally assaulted him.
The cause of Kyle Andrews’ death, and the fire at the MacColl YMCA in Lincoln are both currently under investigation.
James Fuoroli, 56, had his license suspended but will be able to drive with a breathalyzer ignition interlock device installed in his truck.
The defendants in the lawsuit have filed a counter-suit, claiming their mom and brother took out “an illegal loan.”
RIDOT and Cardi are still arguing about who’s at fault and who will cover the cost of the railing that was just seven years old when the iss…
Councilman Michael Correia believes WaterFire is taking “advantage of the taxpayers of the city.”
The State Police have been investigating Aponte’s use of campaign funds.
Many of the items paid for with taxpayer money were installed in David LaPlante’s home.
The financially troubled Providence nonprofit has a new board chair and a new partner.
The 60 hires came from a final pool of 240 who were chiseled out of more than 2,000 applicants.
At this time, the police union does not plan on demanding that the recruit in question be removed from the academy.
The VAMC stands behind their care, but the widow cites a document that indicates “Carcinoma of Lung” was an active problem.
Providence’s public safety commissioner acknowledges there are police academy recruits who do not have spotless records.
Christopher Hayes signed a plea agreement on Monday.