STONINGTON — Two Westerly residents are facing charges after the police said a woman walked into a home along Pequot Trail on Saturday evening carrying a tire iron.
WESTERLY — Four men are facing charges related to driving under the influence after local police responded to three crashes and made a traffic stop over the span of just six hours on Saturday.
ASHAWAY — Less than two years after it opened, the Boneyard Barbecue and Saloon on Frontier Road in Ashaway is for sale for $1.1 million.
WESTERLY — When Watch Hill Fire Chief Robert Peacock invited the Rev. Cal Lord, of Westerly Central Baptist Church, to serve as honorary chaplain two years ago, Lord said he wanted to learn more about the department and the services it provides.
WESTERLY — A 27-year-old woman is facing multiple drug charges after officers found her in possession of fentanyl, crack cocaine and prescription pills during a traffic stop, the police said.
A New Jersey man who was charged last month after breaking into a Watch Hill house owned by Taylor Swift is in trouble again after the police said he drove his car onto Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., and was “doing doughnuts” on the greens.
NORTH STONINGTON — State police have filed charges against a Westerly teenager who is accused of threatening on Snapchat to commit a shooting at Wheeler High School.
WESTERLY — Local police charged two men following a fight at Junk and Java last week that spilled into the parking lot. The men, Chad T. Raiche, 22, and Vincent J. Federico, 28, both of Westerly, were charged Friday with disorderly conduct and released on a promise to appear in Fourth Divisi…
STONINGTON — The owner of Legends Smoke Shop and one of his employees are facing charges after Connecticut State Police said the two were allegedly selling marijuana-based products from the store.
WESTERLY — Fall is fast approaching and with it, shorter days and cooler temperatures. Don’t let the changing weather outside fool you — it’s still not safe to leave your pet unattended in a vehicle.
WESTERLY — A sinking 23-foot sailboat that had been anchored off Weekapaug Point has been towed to Westerly Marina amid concerns that the vessel would eventually wash up in the breachway.
WESTERLY — Three people are facing charges, including a father and son, after they were involved in a fight at The Haversham during a wedding celebration on Saturday night.
WESTERLY — A police investigation into an Aug. 28 crash that injured an 82-year-old woman at the town's transfer station has found no evidence of negligence or wrongdoing either by the woman or the driver of a front end loader that backed into her car.
HOPKINTON — The co-owner of an Ashaway restaurant lied to investigators about surveillance cameras during an investigation into a fatal crash near the Frontier Road business in August, prosecutors said Tuesday.
RICHMOND — Richmond police said nine people were arrested for alcohol offenses last month during the Washington County Fair — the fewest number of arrests in a five years.
RICHMOND — A New York man who was involved in a rear-end collision on Kingstown Road in mid-August has been charged with reckless driving.
HOPKINTON — While many local residents spent Labor Day afternoon cooking out and celebrating the final day of summer, volunteers with the Ashaway and North Stonington fire departments were busy sorting through bales of hay.
WESTERLY — A New Jersey man is facing charges after local police said he broke into a Bluff Avenue home belonging to Taylor Swift Friday evening, took off his shoes at the door "to be polite" and searched the house for the country pop megastar.
WESTERLY — Classes are back in session and local police are increasing the number of patrols this week in an effort to promote a safe start to the school year.
The number of reported crashes, DUI arrests and calls for service rose over Labor Day weekend when compared to a year ago, according to Connecticut State Police, but the number of tickets issued also reduced considerably.
HOPKINTON — An upgrade to the CodeRED alert system is enhancing the towns’ ability to communicate with the public, including an expanded feature that allows for those with mobile and VoIP phones as a primary number to now sign up.
STONINGTON — The Rev. Gillian Rachel Barr is a “a huge Harry Potter fan,” a big history buff and a self-proclaimed fountain pen nerd. She is also a groundbreaker.
Paul Hildreth peered at a display of dozens of images from security cameras surveying his Atlanta school district and settled on one showing a woman in a bright yellow shirt walking a hallway.
Police in Hopkinton and Westerly have filed charges against an North Stonington man who is accused of stealing a cellphone from a Westerly man and harassing him and his family at their home.
WESTERLY — An 82-year-old Westerly woman suffered serious injuries to her legs and hip Wednesday afternoon when she was knocked over and became stuck beneath her car in an accident involving a town front end loader at the Westerly Transfer Station, the Westerly police said.
HOPKINTON — A Bradford woman is facing charges after the police said she was involved in a rear-end collision last week in Ashaway in which she and a passenger were unresponsive as a result of an apparent opioid overdose, the police said.
CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire plans to suspend the licenses of nearly 4,000 drivers in the latest fallout following a June crash that killed seven motorcyclists, Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday.
HOPKINTON — Local police are asking parents to be on alert and talk with their children about online safety after several residents reported a social media scam aimed at soliciting nude photographs of adolescents.
PROVIDENCE — Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has announced the appointment of J. David Smith as the new associate director of the Rhode Island E-911 Uniform Emergency Telephone System. Smith is currently the chairman of the Administration of Justice Department and graduate program director at Salve Re…
WESTERLY — Police have completed their investigation into a motorcycle crash along East Avenue earlier this month that killed a local woman and have turned their information over to the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General for review.
STONINGTON — A Pawcatuck man is facing charges including felony home invasion after the police said he forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s South Street home early Saturday morning and assaulted her before fleeing when she escaped and called police.
HOPKINTON — A Westerly man who is a co-owner of the Boneyard Barbecue & Saloon is facing charges after police said he interfered with an investigation into a fatal crash outside the establishment on Aug. 16 that led to the death of an Ashaway man.
Summer is drawing to a close and as students throughout the region pick out their new look and stock up their backpacks, police throughout the region are ramping up enforcement efforts and urging both students and parents to play it safe.
HARTFORD — The White House has told U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy that President Donald Trump remains committed to working on expanded background checks legislation for gun purchases, but the Connecticut Democrat acknowledged Friday that he is skeptical whether anything will happen.
WESTERLY — The Westerly 350th Anniversary's Olde Tyme Fair on Saturday is expected to draw a large crowd and police are asking local residents and visitors to be aware of road closures and detours, as well as park regulations, that are intended to enhance safety and expedite traffic flow.
WESTERLY — Emergency personnel with the Westerly Ambulance Corps helped to rescue a woman who had passed out along Tower Street and then witnessed a fight that led to the arrest of two of the woman's neighbors.
WESTERLY — The police have confiscated 34 bills of "movie prop money," including three that were presented for deposit at the Westerly Community Credit Union.
PROVIDENCE — A Rhode Island man nicknamed “The Coin,” who was previously convicted of counterfeiting slugs used in slot machines at several Northeast casinos including at Foxwoods, was sentenced Wednesday to serve 15 months in federal prison for counterfeiting $100 bills.