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5 Woonsocket Area Foreclosures Selling For Cheap

WOONSOCKET, RI — Are you trying to buy a new home, but don't want to break the bank? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the latest foreclosures in the Woonsocket area could be a great starting point!


Mass. Most Wanted: March 23, 2019

DEDHAM - Police say a man stole cash and credit cards from an office at Dedham Health and Athletic Complex. Surveillance cameras then captured him buying gift cards at the CVS in Roslindale. Police say he walks with a distinct limp, with his right foot pointing out as he walks.


'The depravity is beyond comprehension': R.I. man to serve 260 years in prison for child molestation

PROVIDENCE — A federal judge on Friday sentenced a 45-year-old Warwick, R.I. man to 260 years in prison for violently molesting two young girls for years while filming those acts and then posting the videos on the internet.


This week at the R.I. General Assembly

STATE HOUSE — Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly this week. House OKs Bennett bill to allow students sunscreen in schools. The House passed legislation (2019-H 5118) sponsored by Rep. David A. Bennett, D-Warwick, to allow students and anyone else in


Rhode Island school worker charged with sending explicit photo to 13-year-old student

WOONSOCKET, R.I. (AP) — Police have arrested a specialist at a Rhode Island middle school they say sent sexually explicit photos of himself to a 13-year-old girl. Michael Hart was arraigned Thursday on a felony charge of electronically disseminating indecent material to a minor.


Behavioral Specialist Sent Explicit Images to Teen: Report

A 35-year-old behavioral therapist from Woonsocket, Rhode Island was arrested for allegedly sending explicit photographs of himself to a 13-year-old girl. WJAR reports Michael Hart met the teen when he was working at a middle school in Pawtucket. He reportedly gave her his cell phone number and inap


Teen Charged With OUI: Milford Week In Review

MILFORD, MA– Teen Charged With OUI In St. Patrick's Day Morning Crash; Northern Lights Could Be Visible In MA This Weekend; Woman Charged With OUI; Police Find Beer & Pills In Car; Joint Investigation Leads To Drug Charges For Milford Pair.


R.I. construction employment declines in Feb.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island construction employment declined 0.5 percent year over year in February from 19,600 to 19,500, one of 14 states that saw jobs in the sector decline year over year, and placing the Ocean State No. 40 in the Associated General Contractors of America ranking of state construct


Framingham police: Man stole fobs, sent them to the Dominican

FRAMINGHAM – A Rhode Island man who was allegedly caught with more than $1,200 worth of stolen keys and key fobs from the Adesa Boston facility on Western Avenue admitted he was stealing them to resell in another country, authorities said.


CLIPPER FAMILY: Cumberland worked together to win D-II boys' hockey title

CUMBERLAND – Some mornings, Sean Meers admits, it’s a struggle to wake up, get out of bed and prepare for school. The fact he’s a Cumberland High senior, that comes as no surprise.


Caught in Providence: Giving Inspector Quinn Credit & I Couldn’t Stop

A man hands his credit card over to Inspector Quinn and then a woman and the Judge fondly recall family dinners. See what happens in the video above. Caught in Providence airs on ABC6 Saturdays at 11:35 p.m., and Sundays at 7:30 a.m. & 12:05 a.m.


5 New Homes Foreclosed In The Cranston Area

CRANSTON, RI — Are you hoping to buy a new home, but don't have a lot to spend? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the most recently foreclosed homes in the Cranston area might be your best bet!


Kraft releases statement, says he is 'truly sorry'

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft commented for the first time since he was officially charged with two misdemeanor counts of first-degree solicitation.


Pepper, The Dog Who Was Rescued With A Bullet In Her Leg, Has Delivered Puppies

HOPKINTON (CBS) – A dog that was brought to a Hopkinton rescue with a bullet lodged in her front leg earlier in March has safely delivered her puppies on National Puppy Day. Pepper’s story began when she was brought to The Brown Dog Coalition’s partner shelter with an injured rear leg. After an exam


Providence man sentenced to life for murder charge

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) – A Providence man was sentenced Thursday to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder. The Attorney General’s office announced Friday that 35-year-old Fredi Lopez was sentenced to serve life at the ACI in Cranston for the murder of Andres Arguijo Acosta in


In women’s NIT second round, Penn faces road trip to Providence on short notice

Ashley Russell insisted that Penn didn’t have any lingering resentment about losing the Ivy League Tournament final as the Quakers got ready for the Women’s NIT. But they certainly had something in them, and they showed it in Friday’s 64-45 rout of American.


Baseball Falls to Yale in Ivy League Opener

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Willy Homza (Anchorage, Alaska) and Rich Ciufo (Medford, N.Y.) both hit home runs, but the Brown baseball team fell to Yale, 15-3, in the first game of a three-game series to open Ivy League play Saturday at Attanasio Family Field at Murray Stadium.


Troopers Arrest 62, Seek 26 for Public Assistance Fraud

NORTH SCITUATE — Colonel James M. Manni,Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Policeannounced 62 people wantedon outstanding court warrants for felony charges have been arrested and chargedwith fraudulently obtaining public assistance.


Red Sox Journal: Regular-season roster taking shape

FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Red Sox continue to close in on their 25-man roster ahead of Opening Day. Boston made six personnel moves on Saturday and appears to have only a couple of decisions remaining as its travel party shifts west to finish up spring training. The Red Sox and Cubs will play exhibitio


Providence K-9 helps narcotic investigators locate hidden cocaine

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Providence police are praising one of their K-9's for assisting investigators in a recent drug bust. According to the Providence Police Department's Twitter page, K-9 Gero helped investigators locate cocaine that was hidden in a postal service box.