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R.I. State Police speaks about cyberattack prevention in Oct.

PROVIDENCE – Among events for National Cyber Security Awareness Month in October, some featured members of the R.I. State Police Computer Crimes Unit are...
REGULATED DISPENSARY: Seth Bock, CEO of Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center in Portsmouth, one of three regulated marijuana dispensaries in the state, walks among marijuana plants at his Newport facility. / PBN FILE PHOTO/

The state is only the latest to eye profits from Rhode...

Elaine Keevin took morphine for eight years to battle what was later diagnosed as complex regional pain syndrome, a chronic condition the McGill Pain...
TUESDAY'S NOR'EASTER FORCED L'Artisan Cafe patrons inside at the Wayland Square eatery in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Storm continues as region shuts down, with scattered power outages

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., residents are now breaking out the shovels and snow blowers to start digging out from this...
HOPKINS HILL ROAD in Coventry was beginning to be covered in snow despite the efforts of plow trucks early on Tuesday. The nor'easter that is hitting New England is still expected to dump upwards of a foot of show or more in the region. / PBN PHOTO/ROB BORKOWSKI

Raimondo, state officials urge safety as latest nor’easter commences

PROVIDENCE — Calling it a “very serious storm,” Gov. Gina M. Raimondo addressed the media at the R.I. Emergency Management Agency in Cranston Tuesday...
ANN C. ASSUMPICO, the 13th superintendent of the R.I. State Police has released a report designed to help the force improve its recruiting activities, specifically as they pertain to the diversity of RISP officers. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND STATE POLICE

RISP releases report on how to diversify force

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. State Police released a report on Tuesday that highlighted the need to increase diversity in the force and made recommendations...
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH the Cops for Kids with Cancer charity organization, the R.I. State Police recently presented $5,000 checks to three Rhode Island families dealing with the financial burden of caring for children with cancer.

R.I. State Police, cancer charity team up to benefit 3 local...

SCITUATE – Together with the Cops for Kids with Cancer charity organization, the R.I. State Police presented $5,000 checks to three families dealing with...
TWENTY-THREE INDIVIDUALS have been charged in federal court in Providence in a multistate drug-trafficking investigation that seized over 45 pounds of fentanyl, cocaine and marijuana. / COURTESY CAROL M. HIGHSMITH

Multistate drug-trafficking investigation nets 23 charges in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-three individuals were charged in federal court in Providence in connection with a series of investigations that has to date resulted in...
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