Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Police and Fire

Police: No injuries in morning crash on Route 102

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BURRILLVILLE – An accident this morning on Route 102 by Bronco Crossing held up traffic, but no one was injured in the incident according to police. Police have not released further details of the crash,...

The last of its kind: OMFD Muster keeps 60-year tradition alive

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BURRILLVILLE – Edward Bertholic was just a young firefighter, new to the job when the Oakland Mapleville Fire Department held its very first muster. Times were different then. Departments across New England held the annual...

Burrillville teen charged in child pornography investigation

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BURRILLVILLE – Police have arrested a 16-year-old Burrillville man in connection with what they say is an ongoing child pornography investigation that began in October. The juvenile was arrested on Tuesday, Jan. 28, according to...

Toti aims to bring strong fiscal management, efficiency to Pascoag Fire Commission

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BURRILLVILLE – A lifelong resident of Pascoag with a strong military background hopes to increase efficiency in the Pascoag Fire District, and bring personnel and fiscal management procedures to the village department as a...

‘Trump hates people like you’: Woman crashes car in N.S., yells racial slurs while...

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Editor's note: this post uses profanity that may offend some. NORTH SMITHFIELD – A 29-year-old Johnston woman is facing felony charges after a possible two-crash drunk driving spree, followed by multiple reported attempts to assault...

North Smithfield man arrested for distribution of cocaine in Massachusetts

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BLACKSTONE, Mass. – A North Smithfield man turned himself in to Blackstone police on a warrant this week for a charge of distribution of cocaine. John Sawtelle, 38, of North Smithfield was one of three...

Tree lighting rescheduled, parking ban update: Five things to know in No. Smithfield this...

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Shelter seeks volunteers The North Smithfield Animal Shelter is looking for volunteers. Interested parties can help out as many or as few days or hours as they want. To learn more, call the shelter at 766-0377. Toy...