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WOONSOCKET – After discussing the matter at its meeting on Friday, Oct. 30, the Rhode Island Board of Elections said the polling location for voters in the city's Fairmount precinct this year will... more
WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket Police Department announced on Friday they will host a drive-thru "Trunk or Treat" event on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the Woonsocket Harris Public Library... more
This article has been updated to reflect actions by the ACLU on Thursday. WOONSOCKET – The American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday filed a complaint with the state Board of Elections over the... more
Cross country's class meets on Saturday, Nov. 7, kick off schedule; girls' tennis quarterfinals begin two days later
PROVIDENCE -- It looks like there will be a fall postseason in the RIIL after all. The Rhode Island Interscholastic League sent a press release to the media members across the state on Monday... more
PAWTUCKET – Police say a city man, Carlos Melendes Campos, 23, confessed to inflicting extreme injuries on his 2-month-old child. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, Pawtucket Police officers were summoned to... more
WOONSOCKET – Jesus Jose Mendez, 43, and Jamie Zambrano, 35, owners of J&J Drywall Inc., have been indicted on charges they avoided paying federal taxes by paying millions of dollars’ worth of... more
SMITHFIELD – Police have identified the victim of a crash on Route 295 in Smithfield Monday evening, and are still investigating how the fatal collision took place. On Oct. 26, at around 6:50 p.m.,... more
WOONSOCKET – Governor Aram J. Pothier Elementary School and Citizens Memorial Elementary School in Woonsocket returned to full distance learning this week after a staff member tested positive for... more
WOONSOCKET – James Grilli, the Pawtucket man accused of running over his girlfriend and killing her at the Walnut Hill Apartments in Woonsocket in August, has been formally indicted on charges of... more
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