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Tuesday, Feb. 2 At 9:25 a.m., a resident entered police headquarters to report receiving a citation in the mail for a Florida toll, and said he'd not been in Florida in over 10 years. The matter was resolved with a call to the Florida toll … more
Tuesday, Feb. 2 At 2:19 p.m., Keith G. Mottas, 40, of 1205 Crandall Road, Tiverton, was charged with assault on a person over 60 years old causing bodily injury, and obtaining money (less than $500) under false pretenses. At 10:04 a.m., a … more
A Tiverton man is out of a job and faces criminal charges after police said he acknowledged stealing packages from the FedEx distribution center on New Industrial Way in Warren. Arthur St. Pierre II, 38, of 392 Hooper St., Tiverton, was arrested … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In a scathing defense of his performance during his first few months on the job, East Providence City Manager Richard Kirby took City Council President Tommy Rose to task during a special meeting held by the body Tuesday night, … more
Senior gymnast Victoria Gendreau and freshman Meghan Oliver led the Huskies over Portsmouth, Exeter West Greenwich and West Warwick to close out an undefeated season and win the D-II Championship in a four-team meet at Strive … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth police reports from over the past week. Tuesday, Feb. 2 Neil H. Cain, 22, of 24 Islington Ave., was charged around 2 a.m. with driving while intoxicated (first offense). … more
Despite a warning from one of the top budget officials in Barrington, members of the town council voted 4-1 to approve sending the plan for a new middle school to officials at the Rhode Island Department of Education. During the Feb. 1 … more
More Barrington officials recently shared their concerns about affording an $80 million middle school project. Town councilor Ann Strong and appropriations committee member Geoff Grove said the estimate offered by Kaestle Boos Associates … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Youngsters in city carried on a long-standing tradition of taking advantage of a school snow day by heading to Silver Spring Golf Course on Pawtucket Avenue for some sledding. East Providence Post and eastbayri.com staff … more
NARRAGANSETT — As part of the annual Special Olympics Rhode Island Torch Run Plunge at Salty Brine State Beach in Narragansett March 19 and 20 a "Super Plunge" is also scheduled. The Super Plunge is an effort to increase both awareness … more
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