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  • NEWPORT — Within four months of getting a prosthetic leg, Heather Abbott went paddle boarding. Soon after, she got a special leg so she could walk in 4-inch heels, her preferred footwear. She’s also got a special running blade, as … more ...
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — Mothers Against Drunk Driving is rejecting a $5,000 donation from a North Kingstown mother who offered the contribution after police dropped charges that she allowed teenagers to drink alcohol at her daughter’s 16th birthday party. Gabrielle Abbate, … more ...
    PROVIDENCE — Law enforcement has contacted the Rhode Island Board of Elections about former House Speaker Gordon Fox, whose home and Statehouse office were raided by the FBI last month, the board’s director of campaign finance told The Associated Press … more ...
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz is coming to Rhode Island as part of the Obama administration’s reassessment of the nation’s energy strategy. The office of Sen. Jack Reed said today that Moniz will be in Providence … more ...
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the town of Smithfield to keep it from enforcing a ban on anonymous political literature. The lawsuit filed today says the town has said it … more ...
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — Several people have been charged in Rhode Island in two separate tax refund schemes that federal prosecutors say could have netted them $1.6 million. The office of U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha says four people have pleaded guilty … more ...
    HARTFORD — As commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr. has made it a priority to develop a national museum dedicated to the maritime service. After years of discussion, developers have committed to a location in … more ...
    PAWTUCKET — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo unveiled a plan today to help small businesses in Rhode Island that would eliminate what she calls “regulatory rigmarole” and encourage startups. The treasurer said she would, if elected, conduct a comprehensive review … more ...

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    HARTFORD — Electric, natural gas and major water companies and regional distribution systems in Connecticut have been penetrated by hackers and other cyber attackers, but defenses have prevented interruption, state utility regulators said today in their first report on cyber … more ...
    HARTFORD — A half-billion dollar, 9.4-mile bus-only corridor in central Connecticut is nearly a year away from opening, but officials are already in high gear as they try to persuade commuters to leave their cars at home. Transportation and economic … more ...
    WARWICK (AP) — Warwick police have identified the man killed when his car went off the road and struck several trees. Police said today that 54-year-old Warwick resident Jeffrey Gincastro was killed in the crash early Sunday morning. Gincastro was … more ...
    HARTFORD — When East Haven police officers arrested a Catholic priest who was videotaping them in 2009, it sparked calls for the state legislature to better protect the public’s right to record the actions of law enforcement officials. Five years … more ...
    NEW HAVEN — Students at a Connecticut university are working on a daunting assignment: Who was the suspected Nazi who protected a Jewish family 75 years ago from violence and warned them to flee Austria just before World War II … more ...
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — Talks to salvage a proposed settlement designed to end the legal fight over Rhode Island’s 2011 pension overhaul have failed and the original court challenge is moving ahead. Gov. Lincoln Chafee and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo said … more ...
    Judge may release 38 Studios files   Published Apr 11, 2014
    PROVIDENCE (AP) — The release of depositions in the 38 Studios lawsuit to two state legislative panels and the public would jeopardize the defendants’ right to a fair trial, a defense lawyer in the case argued Friday before a Rhode … more ...
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