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State troopers arrested a habitual drunken driver on Friday night after he allegedly failed to stop for a red light at the intersection of Cowesett Road and New London Turnpike. Comment?
The West Warwick Police rescued a 12-year-old boy who fell into the Pawtuxet River while he was fishing Sunday. Comment?
Louis Rainone, secretary of the National Education Association of Rhode Island, the state's largest teachers' union, has resigned his position after being arrested in East Greenwich on Friday, according to reports. Comment?
Rhode Island got its first public charging station for electric vehicles at the Cardi's furniture store in West Warwick in 2010, before the electric-powered Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S debuted to rave reviews. Comment?
A West Warwick woman faces nine felony counts of embezzlement after the chairman of Boy Scout Troop 1, which meets at St. Vincent De Paul Church, noticed that the troop's checking balance was unusually low. Comment?
A year ago today: Ivan Taveras, 32, who was convicted of murder 17 years ago, is shot and killed outside a car-wash business he owned at Ivan's Car Wash in the West End of Providence. Comment?
On the right, food bank workers Jim Borrelli and Bruce Zarembka, and Express Employment Professionals employee Anastazja Mielcarek unloaded food collected by Express Employment Professionals of Warwick. Comment?
A year ago today: For the second time since January, Fitch Ratings, one of the nation's major bond-rating agencies, has downgraded Woonsocket's rating yet another notch into junk bond territory. Comment?
Not a critical word was said before the state Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11-0 to move Governor Chafee's nomination of former Senate president and current District Court Magistrate Joseph A. Montalbano to the Superior Court bench on to the full Senate. Comment?
Albert D. Ruzzo, proprietor of the Marc One Coin Co., 359 Main St., Wakefield, is to appear in District Court June 18, Detective Sgt. Comment?
Governor Chafee on Friday nominated former Senate President and current District Court Magistrate Joseph Montalbano to the Superior Court bench. Comment?
A former deacon of a West Warwick church began serving a year behind bars Tuesday for molesting three students at St. Comment?
Katherine O. Russell, formerly of North Kingstown, chats with one of her attorneys, Amato "Bud" DeLuca, as she leaves his office in Providence Monday afternoon The investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings has turned again to Rhode Island, with the linking of a West Warwick man to dead bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Comment?
A lawyer representing the family of Mikhail "Misha" Allakhverdov, who has been linked to one of the men suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings, said Monday that Allakhverdov had been cooperating with authorities and had answered all the questions asked of him. Comment?
Reporters clustered Monday morning outside the West Warwick apartment of Mikhail Allakhverdov - known as "Misha'" - a man whom family members of dead bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev says turned Tsarnaev towards radical Islam. Comment?
State and local law enforcement agencies around Rhode Island are asking residents to gather up their unused, expired and unwanted prescription medications and bring them to one of 35 locations around Rhode Island on Saturday to be safely disposed as part of the nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Comment?
Chris Magill of Cumberland, Chris Lawrence of Lincoln and Steve Bishop of West Warwick had spent the morning and early afternoon working for the Boston Athletic Association, escorting elite runners from the finish line of the Boston Marathon to the VIP recovery tent, located just a short distance away in Copley Square. Comment?
Karen A. Bordeleau has been named senior vice president and executive editor of The Providence Journal, effective April 29, publisher Howard G. Sutton announced Thursday. Comment?
A year ago today: The overall health of 36 pension plans managed by individual cities and towns is worse than previously thought - about $170 million worse, members of the state's Locally Administered Pension Plans Study Commission have learned. Comment?
In his first cost-saving measure, recently elected Mayor James A. Diossa has decided to privatize trash collection and recycling, a move that is expected to save the city $400,000 over the next four years. Comment?