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PORTSMOUTH —  Because they were on duty Sunday night, Lt. Allen Levesque and firefighter Greg Carcieri of the Portsmouth Fire Department couldn’t stay for the special dinner that St. … more
Two people shot by Providence Police Friday were wanted for questioning by Bristol Police in connection with the death of a local woman, 66-year-old Eudora Gustofson, of Sowams Drive, police … more
PROVIDENCE — Adam C. Cobb, 48, formerly of Portsmouth, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Providence to five years in federal prison for distributing child … more
Monday, Feb. 6 A caller found a strange man sleeping on his Main Street porch. Neighbors on Reservoir Avenue got into it over on-street parking. A Sisson Street woman complained that her son … more
A Warren man has been indicted by the Providence County Grand Jury on one count of first degree robbery, five months after police say he held up a convenience store worker in Warren at … more
Two suspects wanted in connection to a Bristol investigation were shot in downtown Providence Friday night, according to police reports. The men were wanted in connection with a "deceased person" … more
The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests this week: Eric A. Pires, 25, of 725 Metacom Ave., Bristol, was arrested on a Superior Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court … more
As a major winter storm moves toward the area, Bristol Police have issued a town-wide parking ban for Thursday, Feb. 9. Parking is prohibited on Bristol streets beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday and … more
Barrington police and fire officials responded to a single car accident on Sowams Road on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 4. A car driven by a Warren resident appeared to exit Sowams Road and strike a … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports from over the past week. Wednesday, Feb. 1 A 16-year-old male resident of Boys Town was charged at 8:33 p.m. … more
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