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The Kent County Grand Jury reported out a secret indictment charging Dennis McLaughlin, 51, of 81 Waterman Ave., Apt. #2, East Providence, with one count of first-degree child molestation and two counts of second-degree child molestation. It is alleged more
By JOHN HOWELL The City Council holds the key on whether voters will have the chance to decide in November whether $85 million should be spent over the next five years to address school building deficiencies. But unless the council acts quickly, they more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Despite a slight setback, the state-led process which will result in a public pier at Rocky Point Park in Warwick is well underway and nearly out of the design phase, according to Andres Aveledo, an engineer contracted through the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A champagne cork popped behind the help desk as Planet Fitness celebrated its grand re-opening at a new location - this time amongst the growing number of retail stores in the historic Rhode Island Mall - on Tuesday afternoon with a more
Sandy Gemma was back in elementary school class on Tuesday. It wasn’t her choosing, but it certainly beat the alternative, which in the words of her co-workers was not only “stinky” but also … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE CAUSES ACCIDENT On Dec. 29 Richard Gawek, 52, of 880 Division Rd. in East Greenwich was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a B.A.C. test. At approximately 8:41 p.m. on Dec. 29, Officer Derek more
Lt. Governor Dan McKee is calling on the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to recalculate National Grid's existing and proposed electricity rates to reflect the reduction of the federal corporate tax from 35 to 21 percent. Earlier this more
The Rhode Island Men's Gathering will hold its 26th Annual gathering February 9-11 at Camp Aldersgate. February's weather will be unpredictable, but that won't keep a group of about 30 men from gathering at Camp Aldersgate in North Scituate for a few more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin recently announced a settlement agreement between the State of Rhode Island and Children's Rights, Inc., resolving a decade-long civil action that alleged deficiencies at the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Within three hours, 900 signatures on six petitions to help animals throughout Rhode Island were collected at Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City on Jan. 6 by Dennis Tabella, Director of Defenders of Animals and several volunteers. more
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