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Justice
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A federal jury on Tuesday convicted two employees of a Pawtucket grocery store for using the stolen identities of more than 400 individuals to collect more than $2.6 million in fraudulent federal tax return payments, according to U.S. Attorney Peter F. Neronha. more
The Providence Municipal Court will close on Wednesday as a result of the “Day Without a Woman” demonstration, according to an advisory from City Council president Luis Aponte. more
PROVIDENCE – Two Central Falls women were sentenced to three years in federal prison for using the identities of more than 400 people to file false tax returns, stealing more than $2.6 million in fraudulent tax refunds, former U.S. Attorney Peter … more
The last defendant in the state's lawsuit to recover money from its ill-fated 38 Studios LLC investment has settled for $16 million. All told, roughly $61 million has been recovered through settlements with the various defendants, although legal … more
House Finance Chairman Raymond E. Gallison Jr. informed legislative leaders today that he is resigning from his seat in the General Assembly "due to personal reasons." more
Bank of America Corp. said it reached a $190 million agreement to resolve a six-year-old legal claim from Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle over mortgage-backed securities sold before the financial crisis. more
Foreclosure petitions in Massachusetts fell 2.7 percent in January to 899 from 924 in January 2016, a report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman, said Tuesday. more
The New York Times is reporting that FBI Director James B. Comey has recommended that no criminal charges be filed against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. more
(Updated, 12:51 p.m., 4:28 p.m.) The Conservation Law Foundation is suing the town of Johnston, saying it has no legal right to purchase water from Providence and resell it to a proposed power plant in Burrillville. more
A settlement agreement has been signed with the state over the federal lawsuit that the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice filed in December over the failure of the state Department of Human Services to provide SNAP food stamp benefits on time to needy families due to the tangled rollout of the UHIP computer system. more
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