WARWICK, RI — The seventh annual Wounded Warriors Family Support High Five Tour visits Rhode Island today at MetLife in Warwick and Tasca Ford in Cranston. During the five-month tour, Wounded Warriors Family Support’s […]
A Cranston man has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to detonating a pipe bomb he built from parts purchased in Warwick Oct. 18, 2015 then used it to destroy a refrigerator in a gravel pit in West Greenwich.
Local photog and veteran Lincoln Smith’s travels took him to Roger Williams Park this weekend, where Mayor Scott Avedisian joined local and state officials honoring those lost in service during the Boots on the Ground Memorial Day observance.
On Wednesday, Cranston Police arrested two Warwick men suspected of breaking into several cars in that city, thanks to an alert neighbor who spotted them skulking around parked cars near the corner of Curtis and Cranston Streets at about 4 a.m.
Warwick Police were called to the Fairfax Village apartment complex at 900 Post Road March 31 at 2:29 a.m. for a report of two men stealing the rims off a car, apprehending both with the help of K-9 Fox.
RI State Troopers arrested a court scofflaw who caught their attention after a car crash and also visited the homes of two men suspected of simple assault, arresting each this week in Warwick-related incidents.
James Adams, 34, of Warwick, was sentenced to life in prison today in Superior Court for the July 2012 murder of Mary Grier, as well as 100 years for felony assault, robbery and possession of a firearm as a violent convict.
Johnston and Pawtucket are lending resources to aid Warwick’s cleanup following Tuesday’s tree-toppling storm, and state reps are exploring financial support for local businesses affected by the storm.