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Foreclosure petitions fell 15.6 percent in October compared with October 2015 in the Bay State, and plunged 20.2 percent over the same time period in Bristol County, The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman, said Tuesday. more
A Washington County Superior Court jury on Monday found Daniel E. Doyle Jr., founder of the Institute for International Sport, guilty on all charges related to his embezzlement case. more
Ballet companies from as far away as Mobile, Ala., and Kansas City, Mo., and as nearby as Warwick are loaning costumes so the Festival Ballet’s annual production of The Nutcracker can go on after more than 50 costumes worth approximately $30,000 were stolen from the company’s storage facility in Pawtucket. more
A 48-year-old Cranston resident was sentenced Friday to serve 36 months in prison for aiding and assisting in the preparation of false tax returns, wire fraud, theft of government funds and aggravated identity theft. more
A 57-year-old Warwick woman pleaded no contest recently to Medicaid fraud for submitting false bills for patient incontinence supplies, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin said Wednesday. more
Rhode Island ranks 17th in the U.S. on a list from WalletHub featuring the places most likely to be affected by identity theft and fraud. more
An Obama administration policy that would have given more white-collar workers overtime starting Dec. 1 was blocked nationwide by a federal judge in Texas. more
Despite the theft of Nutcracker costumes, Festival Ballet Providence’s artistic director said the show will go on. more
A former R.I. Department of Labor and Training senior employment interviewer pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence Tuesday to conspiring to commit mail fraud, theft of government funds and accessing a protected computer to commit fraud, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice. more
The Justice Department will deploy 500 personnel to polling stations on Election Day, including in Providence and Pawtucket, to help protect voters against discrimination and intimidation, down from 2012 as the result of a Supreme Court ruling that gutted part of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. more
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