Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas got a Florida drivers license and registered to vote in the sunshine state nine months ago.
Six council members elected just last year are told they’re off the council, but many are asking why.
Four months after 26 people, including 20 children, were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a package of nine laws was introduced at …
One of the state’s newest and most traveled bridges remains shrouded by Jersey barriers and defective railing.
Residents who live on one of many private roads in Rhode Island have found out the hard way what happens if the owner doesn’t maintain it.
Greg Russo, who’s worked for the school district for 28 years, is the focus of a complaint that police said was filed Tuesday.
Another round of scrutiny and new rules are about to hit daily fantasy sports and their play in New England.
Former State Representative Leon Tejada cut a deal to plead guilty to tax fraud charges in exchange for a lesser sentence.
Kevin Maynard was sentenced to one year of probation and 200 hours of community service after asking for the forgiveness of the people he’s …
Rhode Island’s Veterans Treatment Court heard about 25 cases in its first year in 2011, but is now set to have 250 cases on its calendar.
The industry’s explosive growth has caught the attention of Wall Street, but also drawn scrutiny from lawmakers and prosecutors throughout t…
Aaron Hernandez and Alexander Bradley were good friends until a confrontation about three weeks after the Patriots’ 2012 season ended.
Dyl was expected to receive 480 hours worth of pay as early as Friday from Applebee’s.
As first reported by Target 12, Caleb Dyl, 21, worked as a prep-cook at the Middletown restaurant, beginning in August of 2014.
A state agency wants to know why Applebee’s didn’t pay Caleb Dyl, who was placed in the job by Resources for Human Development.
Target 12 is told a check for Caleb Dyl is in the mail, but we wanted to find out why it took months for that to happen.
Filing tax returns is not a requirement for nonprofit organizations such as the Center for Southeast Asians to receive taxpayer-funded grant…
A suspended police officer found out whether or not the state believes he is competent to stand trial on a number of recent charges.
Suspended Providence police officer Scott Logan pleaded not guilty to cyber harassment and disorderly conduct charges on Friday.
Scott Logan, 45, was arrested in Johnston on Wednesday and is now being held as a bail violator.
DCYF reacts with several changes to review contracts and stop any misuse of taxpayer dollars.
A 20-year veteran is accused of sending threatening text messages about five of his fellow officers.
A long career at the ACI comes to an end following a 2014 arrest in Coventry.
A number of depositions and other documents are tagged in support of the claim that Chafee was not interested in the meeting in his position…
The tax collector for Lincoln’s financially strapped Lonsdale fire district was put on administrative leave without pay in connection with a…