The Rhode Island veteran suicide rate is lower than the regional rate, but still about double the rate for the rest of the state’s residents…
Former Councilman Kevin Jackson was charged in 2016 and recalled from office in May.
The North Kingstown nephew of a Medal of Honor recipient is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
The image that sticks in my head isn’t an image at all. It’s about sound, as in mostly muffled silence.
A state consultant’s report on school building conditions will be released next week.
The mandatory reporting law was changed last year, and since then two educators have been charged for allegedly not reporting sexual abuse.
A long-time theology teacher was fired for insubordination after not answering questions about a website.
The process of turning pot into hash oil is said to be extremely flammable and has led to fires around the country.
Holly Cole was a 15-year veteran of the North Kingstown Police Department who retired with a disability pension earlier this year.
A Target 12 review shows arrests have fallen in all of New England’s largest cities.
The former theology teacher claims he was fired for blowing the whistle on another teacher.
Court records indicate the defendants in the federal lawsuit are scheduled to respond to the initial filing next month.
None of the employees contacted the R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families as required by state law.
According to court documents, the suspect bragged to federal agents that he sold some of the goods he bought to drug dealers.
A second defendant is scheduled to stand trial in the fall in connection with the alleged drug lab that was blamed for starting the 2015 Pro…
The suspect allegedly involved at least one child in sexually explicit images.
Despite Abdullah’s claim that he had permission to move to Rhode Island, he was arrested as a probation violator.
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.”