CUMBERLAND â€” Mayor William S. Murray has proposed an alternative site for the townâ€™s new police station, and itâ€™s not far from the current station on Diamond Hill Road and North Garden Street.
In fact, it is right behind the existing two-story police station at the corner of Diamond Hill and North Garden.
PAWTUCKET â€” A woman with a last known address in Pawtucket on Tuesday was sentenced to 40 years in prison, with 18 to serve and the remainder suspended with probation, after she pleaded no contest to four counts of first-degree child molestation, the Attorney Generalâ€™s Office announced.
Under the terms of a plea agreement, Kimberly Shaw, 41, with a last known address of 60 Olive St., was ordered to have no contact with the two male victims, undergo sex offender counseling, and must comply with sex offender registration and notification statutes.
LINCOLN — Two of Rhode Island’s beloved school sports coaches will be the center of attention, as the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council (BVTC), celebrates another milestone, with its 30th Annual Awards Dinner & Ceremonies. This special event is set for Thursday, October 1 at Twin River Casino Event Center, 100 Twin River Road.
PAWTUCKET â€” Police are investigating a shooting in which a man was found bleeding heavily from a gunshot wound in the groin area, authorities said.
Around 10:20 p.m. Monday, Pawtucket Police were dispatched to an address on Sanford Street for a report of shots fired.
Upon arrival, officers were met by a man who indicated that someone in the residence had been shot, police said.
LINCOLN — Signed by the Garden State Grays just two weeks ago, RHP John Tangherlini, a native Rhode Islander and Lincoln High School graduate, is making some big impressions in the big-league environment that is the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball, an independent league with teams in the northeastern United States and Canada.
After all, the 24-year old has baseball in his blood.