State Government Press Releases

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10/26/2018
East Greenwich angler also charged with obstructing an officer and resisting arrest PROVIDENCE The Division of Law Enforcement (DLE) cited an East Greenwich man Tuesday for taking 21 tautog more than twice the daily possession limit for a recreational angler the RI Department of...
10/26/2018
A boil water advisory is in place for Michael's Shell Station at 5680 Post Road in Charlestown because E. coli bacteria was found in the water supply. Customers should not drink any water from the faucets. The deli in the station is required to boil vigorously, for at least one minute, all...
10/26/2018
NORTH PROVIDENCE, R.I. - At North Providence Town Hall this morning, Governor Gina M. Raimondo and the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced that nine cities and towns throughout the state have been awarded Main Street RI Streetscape Improvement Fund grants. "Small businesses are the...
10/26/2018
PROVIDENCE, RI October is National Cybersecurity Awareness month, and with less than two weeks until the November 6 general election, the topic of cybersecurity dominates elections discussions across the country. Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea today met with U.S Representatives Jim Langevin...
10/26/2018
Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising the public that Silver Spring Lake in North Kingstown will receive a follow-up treatment to control noxious weed infestation on Tuesday, October 30. The initial treatment in June significantly reduced the infestations of milfoil and fanwort,...
10/26/2018
PROVIDENCE, R.I. The Burrillville School Department will receive $146,000 in state and utility grants to replace old incandescent bulbs and lighting fixtures with more energy efficient LEDs in three school buildings. The lighting project is made possible thanks to a combination of grants...
10/26/2018
Media Contact: Captain Derek W. Borek, District A Commander, 401-444-1014 At 9:10 AM, Troopers arrested Jose Tanon, age 36, of 160 Broad Street, Providence, RI, for: 1) Superior Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for Technical Violation Hearing on the original charge of Breaking and...
10/24/2018
A Governor's proclamation designating October as Farm to School Month spotlights a program that encourages school children to eat healthier while supporting local farmers PROVIDENCE Apples were the order of the day at Lincoln Middle School lunch today. Lots and lots of apples some crisp,...
10/24/2018
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced that today Anthony Sudduth (age 48), of Narragansett, pleaded nolo contendere to DUI resulting in serious bodily injury and driving to endanger resulting in injury for the May 9, 2018 DUI crash that seriously injured seven-year-old Haylee Molina in...
10/24/2018
Closures scheduled overnight when traffic volumes are low The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) today announced that on Sunday, October 28 it will begin a phase of bridge painting on the bridge carrying Route 10 over I-95 in Cranston. This work will require a...