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Blighted inn at Port of Galilee to be razed this week

NARRAGANSETT – The long-vacant Lighthouse Inn at the Port of Galilee will be razed this week, according to WPRI-TV CBS 12.  Crews will begin tearing...

Tenants, landlord reach interim settlement in right to organize case

PAWTUCKET – A group of tenants and their landlord have reached an interim settlement following allegations that the landlord and his property management company...
EXODUS CONSTRUCTION LLC, co-owned by Ann-Marie Goddard, who was arrested Jan. 2 by R.I. State Police on embezzlement charges, had its license suspended by the R.I. Department of Business Regulation for 30 days. / COURTESY R.I. STATE POLICE

Exodus Construction’s license suspended by state amid embezzlement probe against co-owner

PROVIDENCE – The owners of a Narragansett-based home construction company, one of whom was recently arrested by R.I. State Police, are ordered to appear...

Judge seeks disciplinary action against Neronha

PROVIDENCE – A R.I. Superior Court judge is seeking disciplinary action against Attorney General Peter F. Neronha over his social media posts criticizing Rhode...

Neronha sues hospital owner for violating 2021 sale conditions

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Superior Court on Friday granted Attorney General Peter F. Neronha’s motion to unseal the lawsuit his office filed last week...

E.P. house-cleaning company settles pregnancy discrimination lawsuit

PROVIDENCE – Merry Maids has agreed to pay $50,000 to settle claims it violated the state’s Civil Rights Act after the company fired a...

McKee turns over email alleging official’s misconduct

PROVIDENCE – Under orders by Attorney General Peter F. Nerhona, Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Thursday made public the email that details misconduct by...

State in legal fight with insurer over $40M fraud payout 

PROVIDENCE – The state is in a legal battle with an insurer over efforts to recoup $40 million lost in fraudulent unemployment claims during...

Contractor accused of unfair, deceptive trade practices ordered to cease work

PROVIDENCE – A contractor has been ordered to cease performing work following a consumer protection complaint that was filed against him in July by...
Brian P. Stern

Stern elected chair of RWU School of Law board

BRIAN P. STERN, associate justice of the R.I. Superior Court, was elected chairperson of the Roger Williams University School of Law board of directors...
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