Police forwarded their investigation to the Bristol County District Attorney’s office. Investigators are not commenting at this point.
Finnegan admits “experts” often predicted the days were numbered for his Ocean Mist Tavern, which juts over the sand on a web of stilts.
The mother of the student who received the threats called the incident shocking and frightening.
Taunton Officer Robert Kramer is being sued for the second time in just five months.
Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Lanphear cites “Dorr war” and Speech and Debate in denying motion in lawsuit filed against State Rep.
The South County Democrat took an $87,000-a-year state job only months after resigning from the legislature despite revolving-door rules.
New records show the city gave the Providence Cobras far more money than previously disclosed.
“The focus right now is looking backward and finding out what we’ve done, who got the money, how the money was spent,” said Councilman Sam Z…
The Target 12 Investigators found Newport’s Zoning Clerk is renting out her basement even though it isn’t up to code.
The Rhode Island Bolivian American Association has received state grant money for several years.
Elorza will contribute $170 to the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence.
State police are investigating driver claims that deputy sheriff cut her off and followed her before parking lot confrontation.
An in-depth look at the time – and money – that has gone into Providence’s pension and Medicare battle.
Scott Logan, 45, was remanded into custody following the hearing at Providence Superior Court.
Rep. Anastasia Williams sued the city after it refused to award her a $78,000 grant to purchase a two-family home.
A nearby state goes paperless with tax documents, but Rhode Island sticks to the mail.
The rate of babies born dependent on drugs mirrors the rise in overdoses that struck the region.
As first reported by Target 12, a search warrant affidavit stated that Jenny Roungreuang, 26, is suspected of leaking “sensitive information…
Student performances raise questions about who approved content.
Former lawmaker Leon Tejada learns his fate in tax and wire fraud case.
Police alleged David LaPlante’s home sale will include tens of thousands of dollars in improvements, paid for by taxpayers.
A two-year legal battle between the brother of a Providence city councilman and a Democratic state rep.
The Warwick School District is trying to stop the sale of a home that police allege is filled with items paid for with taxpayer money.
As first reported by Target 12, Jenny Roungreuang, 26, was terminated after about four months on the job.
A new state-commissioned assessment offers a brutal take on the cost of bringing the 109-year-old “Castle of the People” back to life.