Friday Dec 6
2 RI men plead no contest to unemployment fraud
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin announced Friday that Jaime Martin of Smithfield and Anthony Amaral of East Providence both pleaded no contest to charges of obtaining money under false pretenses.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
I-Team: Police report details arrest of former Pawtucket officer
A former Pawtucket police officer accused of raping and choking his girlfriend says he never forced himself on her and believes she had someone else injure her in order to make the accusations.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Stockbridge police chief gets Initial salute
The changing of the guard is underway following an official public welcome for the town's designated police chief, Robert M. Eaton, Jr. On Monday night, the Select Board began a transition period leading up to the retirement in late February of Richard "Rick" Wilcox, the chief since 1985.
Former Pawtucket officer faces rape charge
A former Pawtucket police officer who resigned after being charged in a domestic violence case has been charged with raping and trying to strangle another girlfriend.
Baldelli-Hunt Takes Reins, Mitten Tree Takes Donations
Last night at 8 p.m., Mayor Elect Lisa Baldelli-Hunt was officially inaugurated as Woonsocket's Mayor at Stadium Theater .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Monday Essentials: Cyber Shopping, Warmer Temps
Cyber Monday. Today is another of those biggest shopping days of the year, only this one is done sitting down.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Town Track Club Youth Excel at New England Junior Olympic Championship
A Huge Congratulations goes out to The Town Track Club Youth X-Country team for an outstanding job in Smithfield, RI on November, 17th.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
I-Team: City board member allegedly commits voter fraud
He's had his picture taken with the governor and the mayor of Providence. He served on the powerful loan committee for the city's Economic Development Partnership, deciding which businesses get taxpayer backed loans.
Stockbridge selects veteran Rhode Island officer to be next police chief
Robert M. Eaton, Jr., a veteran captain on the Smithfield, R.I., police force and a recent graduate of the FBI National Academy, is the unanimous choice of the Board of Selectmen as the town's next police chief.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Providence Journal
No one injured in Smithfield fire Sunday night
No injuries were reported. The fire, which happened about 7:30 p.m., is believed to have started outside the building, which is at Waterman Avenue and Esmond Street.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Freetown commercial space sells
The Nery Corporation, doing business as Coastal Commercial Real Estate, announced the sale of 31- 33 Middleboro Road in Freetown for an undisclosed price.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Meals on Wheels, Prov. Rescue Taking Volunteers This Thanksgiving
Are you looking for a place to volunteer this Thanksgiving? Here are a few spots where you can donate your time: Meals on Wheels, Northern RI Meals on Wheels, which delivers prepared dinners to elderly shut-ins throughout the state, will deliver double meals the day before Thanksgiving, and organizers would appreciate a little extra help.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
FRCA Seeking Volunteers For Kettle Campaign
Family Resources Community Action is preparing their annual Red Kettle Campaign, sending volunteers to local markets to take donations for basic aid for low-income families - they just need the volunteers.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Wakefield Panera Bread Helps Contribute Thousands to RI Food Bank
Through Panera Bread's new partnership with Feeding America, its location at 160 Old Tower Hill Road in Wakefield, along with the six other bakery-cafes in Rhode Island recently announced their first donation of $3,264.14 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank in Providence.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
10 Great RI Houses That Just Came on the Market
Everyone loves to be first in line, and who doesn't like to get a look at the best new homes to hit the market? See 10 amazing properties that have come up for sale in just the last week.
First snow of the season followed by bitter cold
The first snow flakes of the season fell in Rhode Island Tuesday morning. The light dusting covered cars and even some front lawns.