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Police searching for shoplifting suspect in East Providence
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I., (WJAR) —Police in East Providence are asking the public for help in identifying a shoplifting suspect.The East Providence Police Department circulated an image of a man they say shoplifted from Liquor Plus on South Broadway.Police say he fled the area in a black SUV.Anyone wit
Woman arrested for assault of boyfriend's mother | WarwickPost.com
WARWICK, RI — Officer Matthew Caradimos was called to the Sparrows Point apartment complex on Hardig Road Oct. 3 at 5:06 for a report of a fight in progress, arresting a 20-year-old woman for assaulting a 40-year-old woman.
Surveillance video helps police catch suspected stone thief
Police said tips began pouring in Monday after theyposted surveillance footageon their Facebook page, which showed a man attempting to pry stones from a wall on Bridge Street, near Baker's Beach.
Fun Food Things to Do in R.I. and beyond for Oct. 19-21
Brews for Books fundraiser in Central Falls, Food Truck Night in Newport, a food truck festival for the family in Pawtucket, a Grange breakfast in North Kingstown and an afternoon of food and history in Warren are among the events.
NBC 10 I-Team: North Providence man wrongly declared dead
“It's crazy,” he said. “I don't believe it. Everyone I've talked to says, you've got to be kidding me.’”
Residents return to home of convicted child rapist to continue protest
Upon hearing he moved into their neighborhood, residents Wednesday night helda heated meeting at the Washington Park Community Center.The meeting ended abruptly, and a large crowd marched over to Gardner's new residence. Police were also on hand to keep things under control.
Feds approve Providence natural gas plant construction
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) -- Federal regulators have given their stamp of approval to a $180 million liquefied natural gas processing facility at Fields Point in Providence.National Grid will build the plant at its existing gas storage facility. National Grid President Tim Horan says for National Grid
Tree planting program taking root in Warwick
Warwick acting mayor Joseph Solomon watches as a city public works crew plants a tree on West Shore Road in Conimicut Village, October 18, 2018. (Justin White, WPRI-TV)
48 Grams Of Cocaine Seized By Cranston Police, Four Arrested
With the assistance of the DEA and an East Providence special tasks force, Cranston Police searched the suspects' cars and found the cocaine along with marijuana, prescription pills and $700 cash.
After community meeting, crowd marches to child molester's new home
Wednesday night's meeting was called after it was learned he'd be moving to the Washington Park neighborhood. Upon his release, Gardner had to register as a Level III sex offender, meaning he's a high risk to re-offend, so police know where he lives.
Three of four suspects in Cranston pub raid ordered held
Top row : Jonathan King, Matthew Crosby; Bottom row: Michael Lanouette, Paul Troia (Cranston Police Department photos) Three of four suspects arrested in an investigation into drug dealing at a bar in Cranston were ordered held without bail Thursday morning. The fourth was released on personal recog
Suspects accused of dealing drugs at bar arraigned
A justice of the peace arraigned Michael Lanouette, Matthew Crosby, Jonathan King, and Paul Troia at Cranston Police Headquarters. They were scheduled to be arraigned in court Friday.
Police conducting drug investigation at Cranston pub
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Providence residents outraged as convicted child rapist moves in
"The guy needs a place to live, he's a human being but he's a danger to society," said Linda Perri with the Washington Park Association. "People are nervous and upset they were not notified in advance."
Weekend lane closures planned on I-195 for bridge work
"Throughout the weekend, the traffic pattern will shift between the eastbound and westbound sides of the bridge, with at least two lanes open in each direction during the daytime and evening hours and one lane in each direction during overnight hours, from midnight to 6 a.m.," RIDOT said in anews re
New residential construction coming to Warwick - Providence Business News
CONSTRUCTION ON Hawthorne Ridge, a new residential development by h.a. Fisher Homes in Warwick, is expected to begin next spring or summer. It will include eight houses. / COURTESY H.A. FISHER HOMES
Baker hesitated on saying he’d vote for Diehl. Here’s how Diehl responded - The Boston Globe
Asked Thursday morning whether he planned to vote for Governor Charlie Baker on Nov. 6, US Senate hopeful Geoff Diehl didn’t hesitate: “Yeah, I said I support the entire ticket; he says he supports the entire ticket. So nothing changes,” said the Whitman Republican, who is challenging Elizabeth Warr
Men indicted in separate Providence murders
The Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General said 28-year-old Rashawn Banks has been charged with one count of murder, one count of discharge of a firearm while committing a crime of violence, one count of possession of a firearm without a license, one count of possession of a firearm having been
Four men facing drug charges in connection to Cranston pub raid
Four men were arrested in connection to the distribution of illegal drugs during an apparent raid at the Knightsville Pub in Cranston, including the owner, according to authorities.
GoLocalProv | Live | Warwick Ice Cream’s Bucci Highlights the RI Based Ice Cream Flavors on LIVE
“My great great grandfather started Warwick Ice Cream, and it has stayed in the family. I started by sweeping and cleaning drains on the production floor nineteen years ago, so I have experienced what it is like to work every position in this company," said Bucci.