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Providence police investigate simple assault on Federal Hill

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Providence police are investigating a simple assault that happened Sunday evening. ABC6 News crews arrived on Knight Street where Providence police, fire, and EMS crews were investigating a possible assault. Providence police said they were actively investigating a simple assault, and the suspect is still...

Septic system rules could change in early 2023, Bourne health board said

BOURNE – Health officials are bracing for a probable upgrade to the state's Title 5 law, which governs septic systems, next January. The change would prompt property-by-property examination of septic systems at impaired watersheds such as Squeteague/Megansett in Cataumet and Phinneys Harbor at Monument Beach where water quality needs to be improved to state and federal standards.

Police Log: Sidewalk Sleepers, ‘Odd’ Rollerblader

9:20 a.m. – A Long Meadow Drive resident asked police to check on a skunk acting “irregular.” Police found the skunk under a grill. The animal control officer, who had also been called to the residence, asked that the skunk be euthanized in case of rabies. Upon a sergeant’s approval, the animal was euthanized and removed from the residence.
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NH State Police Patrol Route 125 Again; Fireworks Safety: Roundup

CONCORD, NH — July is going to be a busy month for the New Hampshire Department of Safety and its law enforcement partners as they begin patrolling Route 125 again for safety concerns. The initiative, which will operate directed patrols from Epping to Milton, first started in 2021 after...

Pawtucket’s Fairlawn Pool opens for summer

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — It was a weekend to cool off at the pool and some residents in Pawtucket tell us, they’re excited to have the city’s public pool open again. The Fairlawn Veterans Memorial Park Pool officially opened for summer on Saturday. The city announced that both the police and fire departments are once […]

FC Cincinnati forge 2-2 draw with Revolution

Brenner scored in the 73rd minute to help visiting FC Cincinnati record a 2-2 draw against the New England Revolution on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass. Roman Celentano made five saves for FC Cincinnati (7-7-4, 25 points), who also benefited from an own goal by New England to exact a measure of revenge against the Revolution (6-5-7, 25 points). FC Cincinnati had dropped a 5-1 decision to New England in a U.S. Open Cup match on May 11 and a 3-2 setback just 10 days later.

Revs stretch unbeaten run to 10 in back-and-forth 2-2 draw with FC Cincinnati

FOXBOROUGH (NE Revolution) – The New England Revolution (6-5-7; 25 pts.) played to a 2-2 draw with FC Cincinnati (7-7-4, 25 pts.) on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium behind goals from Dylan Borrero and Gustavo Bou. With the result, New England extended its unbeaten streak to 10 games in MLS play, the longest streak in MLS this season and tied for the third longest undefeated stretch in club history.

Could There Be a New Halloweentown Film inthe Works?

Heads up Halloween lovers: there’s a new project in town and details of the new project are very hush hush- Disney hasn’t released a plot or even a title for the film in the works which has our wheels turning! What could it be?. So no plot, no...

Happy Fourth from The Taunton Daily Gazette

Happy Fourth to each and every one of you! Let freedom ring this Independence Day!. Before we head into this holiday-shortened week, let’s take a quick peek back at the week that was. We met Michael E. Messina, a husband, father of two girls, and a master carpenter, who died tragically while doing work on Danforth Street here in Taunton. We also heard the story of Chad Leoncello, who began his journey to sobriety with a phone call to a boxing gym, met the founders of queer-friendly app Engayge, checked out downtown redevelopment plans and more. See what gems you may have missed right here.