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22-year-old Wojciech Fudali was last seen in Rhode Island, on December 6, 2008 and remains missing
Narragansett, Rhode Island - The baffling case of Wojciech Fudali, a 22-year-old man last seen in December 2008, continues to perplex authorities and loved ones. Born in Poland and raised in Massachusetts, Fudali was a multilingual University of Rhode Island graduate with a degree in international business.
State will open extra travel lanes on the Washington Bridge. Like two months from now.
PROVIDENCE — Good news for commuters: The state plans to add an extra travel lane in each direction over the Washington Bridge on I-195. The catch: Lanes are going to be more narrow, and it will be at least eight weeks until the new traffic pattern opens up. Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director […] The post State will open extra travel lanes on the Washington Bridge. Like two months from now. appeared first on Rhode Island Current.
Cranston company testing for toxic pollutants along Pawtuxet River
CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) – A Cranston company is working with the Environmental Protection Agency to test for toxic pollutants along the Pawtuxet River. City Representative Joseph McNamara announced Wednesday that BASF, an international chemical company, has submitted a plan to determine if sediment in the river contains volatile compounds.
Rhode Island health officials see norovirus outbreaks statewide
(WJAR) — Rhode Island Department of Health said it is seeing norovirus outbreaks statewide amid norovirus season. The department shared multiple methods to prevent norovirus, including washing your hands after touching common surfaces, shaking hands and taking care of sick people. Norovirus is also known as a stomach bug...
With announcement of Raising Cane’s opening next month in Seekonk, new location also expected in Fall River
A popular chicken chain is looking for its second location in Bristol County. This time, Fall River. According to recently released records, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers struck an agreement on February 5th to locate at 323 William S. Canning Blvd. In the summer of 2021 Family Foods Grocery Outlet...
Is a solution to RI's housing woes staring down at us?
Good morning, I'm Will Richmond at The Providence Journal and this is the Daily Briefing. As Rhode Island continues to seek solutions for the ongoing housing shortage could the answer be staring down at us? Streets throughout the state are lined with triple-deckers, the once popular housing option that especially filled mill towns during...
McKee asks RI State Police colonel to review molestation case flagged by ICE
Gov. Dan McKee has asked the head of the Rhode Island State Police to determine why a Guatemalan man accused of child molestation was released on bail despite being wanted by immigration authorities.
NBC 10 I-Team: Demolition preparation underway at Lighthouse Inn, new deal in place
Work is underway at an old eyesore hotel in Galilee before it is demolished. Crews were removing mattresses and other items from the long-vacant Lighthouse Inn on Wednesday. The future of the site has been tied up in court, and the hotel was the subject of a demolition order from the town of Narragansett last year.
Police: Missing teen girl may be with 23-year-old man
Police believe 16-year-old Aubrey Pollinger may be in the Woonsocket area.
Cranston's Top Five: An Exploration of Italian Culinary Delights
In this article, we're exploring five exceptional Italian restaurants in Cranston. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please share your experiences in the comments section below!
Review of 180-unit project at train station waits
PAWTUCKET – Consideration of a new 180-unit residential development immediately abutting the Pawtucket-Central Falls Commuter Rail Station and Transit Center will wait a few more weeks. Formal development plan review of the project for 258 Pine St. was on the docket for the Joint Planning Commission on Tuesday, Feb....
Most Everyone’s Dream Business Is for Sale
GoLocalProv and Residential Properties Content Partnership. Many dream about owning an ice cream shop. Well, here is your big chance. The location of the shop is 240 Bullocks Point Avenue in East Providence. The asking price is $750,000, but it is not known if sprinkles come with the deal. Business...
RI State Senator Frank Lombardo Dies at 65
Rhode Island State Senator Frank Lombardo III has died. Lombardo III, a Democrat representing District 25 (Johnston), was first elected to the Senate in November 2010. During his time in the legislature, he was the Senate sponsor of the Small Business Friendliness Omnibus package signed into law in 2018, which eliminated or consolidated numerous business licensing and fee requirements.
Slice of Heaven: Best Pizza in Cranston-Kent RI!
Oh, pizza. How we adore you! Whether it's a busy weeknight or a lazy weekend, pizza always comes to the rescue. Plus, who can resist that heavenly combination of melted cheese, savory toppings, and a perfectly crispy crust? We certainly can't!. 🍕 Pass me another slice, please. We are...
Pawtucket man accused in deadly East Providence crash to face judge
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — A Pawtucket man who is accused in a deadly East Providence crash is expected in court Wednesday. Chaz Gagnon, 20, is facing several charges including driving to endanger with death resulting and obstructing an officer in execution of justice. The crash occurred in December of...
Strength in numbers
Good day dear readers. I'm Gail Ciampa, Journal food and dining editor. I hope you noticed the news about USA Today's Restaurants of the Year. It was a very cool project that brought together writers who work for Gannett newspapers across the country. We are all part of the USA Today Network and this was a first, dining-wise. We set out to create a great list of restaurants in the cities and towns where we work and live. And we did with 47 restaurants to check out from Warren, Maine to Palm Desert, California.
Where does Rhode Island rank for worst pothole problem?
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Potholes are just a fact of life in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. They’re an every day annoyance in New Englanders’ daily commutes. But just how bad are the pothole problems in Rhode Island and Massachusetts compared to the rest of the country?
Providence leaders sign legislation aiming to end traffic deaths by 2030
Providence City Council members signed legislation Wednesday morning with the goal of ending all traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2030.
Bristol County Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Bristol County reported a total of 6 crime cases, according to the latest data. The breakdown of these incidents shows that assaults were the most frequent, with 3 cases reported, making up 50% of the total crimes. This was followed by shooting, trespassing, and theft, each with 1 case reported, comprising the remaining 50% of crimes. It's important to note that these figures represent only reported incidents and the actual number of crimes could potentially be higher. The severity of these crimes, especially the reported shooting incident, calls for increased vigilance and effective law enforcement in the place.
Family's 12-Year-Old Rescue Dog Credited With Saving Their Lives
The family is so thankful for their pup.