The school department is accused of failing to investigate criminal misconduct.
The city has agreed to pay Jason August $26,000 for unused sick and vacation time and not challenge his pension.
A judge will now decided the future of the unclaimed cash that reeked of marijuana, and at least one resident thought about filing a claim.
A local developer insists cease and desist orders “have no teeth” in stopping the sale of insurance meant to protect the taxpayer.
Paz wants a jury trial and unspecified damages from the defendants who filed a counterclaim against the boxer who lived the plot of “Bleed f…
According to Cranston investigation, the two officers involved have a history dating back about 20 years, tied to a dispute over a woman.
One of the cash stashes was found wedged in a tree.
The cause of the April fire was ruled to be “undetermined.”
Abdul Abdullah is fighting extradition back to Georgia, but the victim’s mother insists he deserves more jail time.
Abdul Abdullah’s attorney told the court his client thought he had approval to move back to Rhode Island after he served a six-month sentenc…
1990’s Providence College basketball star Abdul Abdullah was arrested in Cranston on a statutory rape warrant out of Georgia involving a 199…
Reynaldo Martinez is accused of buying the identities of several New Englanders.
Descendants of seven soldiers who are buried as “unknowns” are suing the agency empowered to bring their loved ones home.
The state is now in the process of changing the sprinkler heads to tamper resistant models, but the union wants more changes.
Three arrests within about a year for crimes involving misused law enforcement information.
Krystal Boswell’s body was found in a shallow grave in the backyard of a Cranston home.
The lawsuit does not mention a dollar amount and the settlement has not been finalized.
Revelations surfaced Thursday that the Bristol politician also had threatened an FBI agent who was watching him.
The government filing states Gallison was greedy in his crimes and has not been cooperative with investigators.
“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.