Police: Woman reportedly driven into Rhode Island river by man she met on dating app8 News NowProvidence, RI
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3 Contractors Charged With Stealing $64K in Wages from 14 Workers Tied to School ConstructionWoonsocket, RI
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Clouds that blanketed the region Tuesday morning, exit by lunchtime giving way to a beautiful afternoon. Skies over Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts will be sunfilled as temperatures warm into the low 70s. The breeze does pick up in the afternoon, but it'll be more refreshing than anything. Conditions remain...
November 8 is the dreaded and much-anticipated election day. It means very different things to different people; to the students, it means a day off, to the country it means a new era, to the politicians it means a day of great loss or overwhelming victory. Fresh out of high...
(WJAR) — A Florida native’s recent run in with the law isn’t adding up after his career of service which spans more than two decades. Anthony Addesa, 58, of Palm Beach, Florida, was arrested on Friday in Woonsocket. He is accused of skipping out on tabs for numerous local restaurants around Aquidneck Island.
The RI Attorney General’s office announced Tuesday that three Rhode Island-based drywall installation contractors have been arraigned in Providence Superior Court on felony and misdemeanor charges following an investigation by the Attorney General and the Department of Labor and Training into allegations that they stole more than $64,000 in wages from 14 workers during the construction and renovation of RISE Prep Mayoral Academy in Woonsocket in 2018 and 2019.
Apple picking season is in full swing — and in Rhode Island, at least one orchard wants to reassure you of one thing. Yes, you can eat the apples as you pick them. On Monday, Narrow Lane Orchard in North Kingstown took to Facebook to put to rest any rumors that any "sampling" might be forbidden on the premises.
NARRAGANSETT, R.I. (WPRI) — A vigil was held in Narragansett Sunday to honor the life of a Charlestown woman who was killed in a stabbing on Monday. Friends and family of the victim, 45-year-old Grya Pihlkrantz, said she always made everyone feel welcome. “People that don’t have friends and family around here, that feel invisible, […]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced that a Rhode Island woman was found guilty in Kent County Superior Court of multiple felony counts following her arrest in 2020 for pointing a gun at a pregnant woman and firing several shots with a firearm outside of a home in West Warwick.
Rise & Shine! I’m Scott Barrett, managing editor for The Daily News, and today is Sept. 27, the 270th day of the year — 95 days remain in 2022. On this day in 1989, actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, charged with slapping a police officer during a traffic stop, stormed out of the courtroom during the district attorney’s closing argument. She was convicted and sentenced to 72 hours in jail, 120 hours of community service and $13,000 in fines and restitution.
Rhode Islanders were treated to a dazzling array of lights Monday night following weekend launch of the latest batch of Starlink satellites.
PROVIDENCE — One of Rhode Island’s most prominent families is locked in a bitter legal dispute over the alleged mismanagement of a $70-million trust, and it’s pitting cousin against cousin. Malcolm Chace IV, his siblings and their children are seeking to have their cousin Arnold B. “Buff” Chace Jr. removed as trustee of a $70-plus-million trust that Malcolm’s father, Malcolm “Kim” Chace III, left his heirs upon his death in 2011. ...
As areas of Florida are being evacuated ahead of Hurricane Ian's arrival, many are booking flights to get out of the state and away from the eye of the storm.
PROVIDENCE – In 2020, the last year for which full statistics are available, 6,146 veterans lost their lives to suicide, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Of those, 14 were Rhode Islanders. A new three-year program that the state Health Department will coordinate aims to reduce that...
WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) — A Coventry man is charged with driving under the influence after crashing into a store in Warwick over the weekend. Police said a car ran into the Wild Birds Unlimited store at the plaza on Bald Hill Road on Saturday. The driver, identified as 68-year-old...
As New England was one of the first places to be settled by Europeans, it should not be a surprise that Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Rhode Island are home to some really old restaurants and pubs. The Jameson Tavern in Freeport, Maine, for example. Or, Boston's Warren Tavern....
As fall closes in, Newport County’s seasonal restaurants and eateries prepare to close up shop for the season. As the weather chills there is still time to get a steaming cup of your favorite clam chowder or if we're fortunate to be graced with unseasonable warmth grab that last waffle cone filled with your favorite scoop of ice cream.
The Middletown Fire Department reminds home and business owners that all it takes to start a fire sometimes is an overloaded extension cord. Be safe and smart and never use an extension cord with a major appliance to help avoid problems on you property.
PROVIDENCE — With his Republican challenger nipping at his heels — and calling him "out of touch" — Gov. Dan McKee on Monday scaled back, for now, the raises of up to 43% his administration was proposing for his cabinet members. In a statement read aloud at...