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June 18 will be a day that members of the Central Coventry Fire Department will remember forever. [Read More]
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A brown bat found on the beach at Goddard Memorial State Park last week has tested positive for rabies, according to the R.I. Department of... [Read More]
The six Cranston massage parlors at the center of an ongoing human trafficking investigation have been shut down, according to Cranston Police Chief Michael Winquist. [Read More]
After 15 months of growing his hair out, a Cumberland man finally got it cut for two causes close to his heart. [Read More]
August 24, 1978, is a night Donna Richards and Dolores Calabrese will never forget. [Read More]
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Grant Herchenroather and Amir Davis were walking home from school Tuesday afternoon when they saw a man trying to cross a busy Newport intersection. [Read More]
Detectives raided six Cranston massage parlors Thursday following a lengthy investigation into suspicious activity that was reportedly happening there. [Read More]
A disgraced Bristol politician pleaded no contest Wednesday to felony embezzlement and campaign finance charges stemming from an investigation into a faked invoice he submitted... [Read More]
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The Fourth of July is quickly approaching, and experts are encouraging everyone who plans to buy fireworks to do so early. [Read More]
Nearly two dozen yearbooks were confiscated following Hurley Middle School's annual signing event after several students discovered inappropriate imagery and racial slurs had been written... [Read More]
Biologists with MassDOT and MassWildlife fitted the male chicks with metal leg bands last Monday. [Read More]
Rhode Island's supply of blood is running critically low, according to the R.I. Blood Center. [Read More]
A North Providence doctor accused of knowingly exposing his patients and staff to COVID-19 is facing thousands of dollars in fines from the Occupational Safety... [Read More]
The offer, according to RIDOT, "corrects a decades old legacy issue of uncertainty about which public entity is responsible for lights on state roads that... [Read More]
A West Greenwich police officer is being praised after a photo of him comforting a child following a road rage incident began circulating on social... [Read More]
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