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Ballard’s Beach bar ordered to remove ‘unauthorized’ structures

NEW SHOREHAM – The problems continue for Ballard’s Beach Resort on Block Island.  This time the ire comes from the Coastal Resources Management Council. That...

3 R.I. contractors charged with wage theft on Woonsocket school project

PROVIDENCE – Three Rhode Island contractors have been charged with stealing more than $64,000 in wages from 14 workers on a Woonsocket school project,...

Former alternative school finance director accused of embezzling $3M

PROVIDENCE – R.I. State Police arrested a former alternative school finance director Sept. 20 on charges he embezzled $3 million for personal use. Nathan Kaufman,...

Cumberland man to plead guilty after record seizure of fake Adderall...

PROVIDENCE – A Cumberland man has agreed to plead guilty following his arrest connected to the seizure of the largest amount of counterfeit Adderall...

Partners purchase Hayes & Sherry commercial real estate firm

PROVIDENCE – One of the region’s leading full-service commercial real estate brokerage firms is changing owners. Hayes & Sherry founding owners, Pete Hayes and Karl...

Man pleads guilty to breaking in, setting fires inside Woonsocket business

PROVIDENCE – A man who was federally indicted in December 2019 on a charge of arson for allegedly breaking into a Woonsocket manufacturing plant...

New Massachusetts driver’s license law faces repeal effort 

BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts voters will get the chance to decide whether the state should reject a new law allowing immigrants in the country...

Providence man pleads guilty in scheme to defraud Home Depot

PROVIDENCE – A Providence man pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud after admitting his role in a scheme to defraud Home Depot...

RIDOH suspends license of Cumberland chiropractor arrested for sexual assault

CUMBERLAND – The R.I. Department of Health has indefinitely suspended a chiropractor’s license following his arrest for sexual assault on Aug. 25.  Dr. Thomas Sowa...

Do you support Providence’s evolving racial reparations plan?

The Providence City Council will soon take up spending recommendations for the city’s still-evolving racial reparations program designed for Black and Indigenous residents. The proposals...
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