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…
The Rhode Island State Police have been called in to investigate potential improprieties connected to the financially troubled Lonsdale Fire…
Alan Bradley, 54, was sentenced to five years probation and community service for causing a crash that claimed the life of Det. Frank Lema.
The projected taxpayer cost of repairing a water pipeline will add to the troubles of the Barrington River bridge.
“We want our loved ones’ names there,” Richard DelleFemme said Friday.
Medicare bidding process changes may be at the center of the closure of local medical suppliers.
According to an affidavit, at least 150 markers and a box of American flags were found on Kevin Maynard’s property.
A Providence Police department tragedy from 15 years ago prompted a protocol that will be used in the Sunday morning death of a local man.
For almost a decade, Kyle Maloney’s food and other supplies were delivered by Warwick based Vanguard Home Medical.
One of the contractors working on the Bryant athletic facility is facing a fine for an unrelated, recent accident.
The body of Chris Mann was found with a single gunshot wound last week, while Kevin Mann was shot several times in Providence in May.
The state asks for a no-contact order between a now suspended police officer and his ex-girlfriend.
Jason August, 32, was arrested on charges of indecent solicitation of a minor and electronically disseminating indecent material to a minor.