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STOLEN WHEELS On March 16 around 12:40 p.m., Officer Charles Austin was dispatched to the Hilton Garden Inn on Thurber Street for a report of a larceny of tires and rims from a vehicle. At the scene, he observed a silver Lexus with all four of its rims more
By REBECCA ELLIS Richard Muto knows how he's going to die - he just doesn't know when. Richard has lived his life at the mercy of a dilated blood vessel on his brain stem, carrying the deformity with him through every landmark. It was there in 2003, more
The Rhode Island Capitol Police has launched a recruitment campaign, with applications being accepted through March 31, according to Chief Joseph T. Little Jr. Interested applicants must apply through the state recruitment website at www.apply.ri.gov. more
The ACLU of Rhode Island is urging officials in all 39 of the state's municipalities to adopt a comprehensive ordinance to protect their immigrant communities from constitutionally dubious federal immigration requests." Mayor Scott Avedisian said Monday" more
By JOHN HOWELL October weather can be finicky, rainy, windy, cold and even snow. But the day Road Rangers Motor Cycle Club paid tribute to Kristy-Anne Coski was mild, sunny and uplifting. It reminded Kathy Manders of her daughter's smile, and it couldn't more
The Bishop Hendricken theater program will present “Our Town” from Friday, March 31st to Sunday, April 2nd.  Tickets can be bought online for $15 at Hendricken.com or by calling the box office … more
Marcotte earns RIT honors Kaleigh Marcotte of Warwick was named to the Rochester Institute of Technology's dean's list for the fall 2016-2017 semester. Kaleigh is studying in the chemical engineering program. 3 earn Ithaca honors Three Warwick students more
Four Bishop Hendricken seniors were recently awarded finalist status by the National Merit Scholarship Program and are now eligible to receive a National Merit Scholarship to be offered in 2017. Declan Smith (Providence), Giancarlo Gentili (Cranston), more
By JOHN HOWELL The lights were still on and the doors open Tuesday at the Buttonwoods Community Center, but Melanie LaMountain of Westbay Community Action was the only person in the building. She wouldn't be staying long. Chairs and desks used for the more
For five generations since 1935, the Baffoni family has kept their tradition of raising poultry on their farm in Johnston. Now, one of their own, Anita Baffoni, is flying the coop and entering the fray of national politics as Rhode Island more
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