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Prosecutors: No charges for officer involved in moped crash

PROVIDENCE (AP) – Prosecutors in Rhode Island will not file criminal charges against a Providence police officer involved in a moped crash last year...

Neronha announces new team to address civil rights issues 

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha on Dec. 10 announced the creation of a Civil Rights Team, made up of criminal and civil...
FORMER HOUSE SPEAKER Nicholas A. Mattiello's aide Jeffrey Britt was found not guilty Wednesday of money-laundering charges and violating campaign-finance violations. / AP FILE PHOTO / CHARLES KRUPA

Former Mattiello aide Britt acquitted of money-laundering charges, violating campaign-finance laws

PROVIDENCE – Jeffrey Britt, the former aide to House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello, was acquitted Wednesday by R.I. Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini of...
THE STATE has recovered a 19th-century prison ledger that will be stored at the state archives. / COURTESY R.I. OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

R.I. recovers 19th-century prison ledger

PROVIDENCE – The state has successfully recovered a 19th-century prison ledger to add to the R.I. State Archives, R.I. Attorney General Peter F. Neronha...

Multistate settlement to provide $150K to former R.I. ITT Tech students

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has finalized a multistate settlement with a private student loan provider associated with the now-defunct ITT Tech, securing over $150,000...

Providence man must repay nearly $20K in fraudulently obtained UI benefits

PROVIDENCE – City resident Christopher Berarducci has been ordered to repay the state nearly $20,000 after pleading to fraudulently obtaining unemployment insurance benefits by...

Eight local contractors charged due to shoddy, unfinished work

PROVIDENCE – Eight local contractors are facing charges related to substandard and unfinished construction work, R.I. Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced Monday. Four contractors...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha announced Monday that two Rhode Island residents, including a former DLT employee, have been ordered to repay over $15,000 to the state in fraudulent unemployment benefits. / COURTESY OFFICE OF THE R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL

Two R.I. residents ordered to repay $15K in fraudulently obtained unemployment...

PROVIDENCE – Two Rhode Island residents have been ordered to repay $15,371 to the state after pleading guilty to fraudulently obtaining unemployment insurance benefits...

Woman who collected donations for false cancer claim ordered to repay...

PROVIDENCE – Alicia Pierini, 39, of Woonsocket, was ordered to repay nearly $27,000 to family members, friends and GoFundMe after she falsely claimed she...

Pelino pleads to wage theft and check fraud, must repay former...

PROVIDENCE – A former Warwick business owner pleaded on Sept. 9 in Providence County Superior Court to wage theft and check fraud charges after...

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