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If you didn't get your ballot in the mail on time, you can drop it off at any city or town hall or the Board... [Read More]
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Bennie Stevens, a Providence community leader, decided to take a 2 a.m. bike ride Tuesday and was floored with what he saw. [Read More]
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The overnight violence in Providence was like a scene out of a movie, according to Tarah Dorsey, a senior street worker from the Nonviolence Institute... [Read More]
"I've been at UPS almost 30 years and I've never seen the amount of online purchasing until I've seen this," Matthew Maini said. "The amount... [Read More]
The looting and violence in Providence early Tuesday morning was disheartening to many, but it was especially upsetting to Rhode Island Senate candidate Jennifer Rourke. [Read More]
Both Warwick and Cranston issued citywide curfews from 8:30 p.m. Tuesday to 5 a.m. Wednesday. [Read More]
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A Newport man died after he was hit by a car while riding his bicycle on West Main Road last month. [Read More]
Police say 65 people were arrested during a night of violence and destruction in Providence. [Read More]
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Businesses both big and small were targeted by looters and vandals overnight, causing extensive damage. [Read More]
Violence and destruction erupted in downtown Providence overnight, but the leaders of Black Lives Matter Rhode Island tell Eyewitness News are reminding everyone that they... [Read More]
The mayors of Cranston and Warwick have issued citywide curfews starting at 8 p.m. [Read More]
"They're just about to reopen from COVID, and just starting up again, and now they have this other setback." [Read More]
In the latest edition of Double O.T., Yianni Kourakis is joined by ESPN's Mike Reiss to discuss the Patriots offseason, the outlook for 2020 and... [Read More]
The COVID-19 crisis has apparently eased tensions between Rhode Island's two largest hospital groups. [Read More]
Small businesses need assistance now more than ever. This morning we were joined by Adam St. Ours, Owner of Designs To Signs, who shared details... [Read More]
Skyline at Waterplace is just one of many businesses damaged after the violent scene that erupted in Providence overnight. [Read More]
Ron and Pete Cardi of Cardi's Furniture & Mattresses highlight some of their outdoor furniture as well as the CASA magazine, delivered with RI Monthly... [Read More]
One state vehicle was completely destroyed and another eight were damaged outside of DCYF. [Read More]
Eyewitness News reporter Brandon Truitt was able to speak with Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza this morning. [Read More]
Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare told Eyewitness News that several police officers and troopers were injured and treated on scene after bricks were thrown... [Read More]
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