20, May 2013 - CranstonRI House to vote on seatbelt law renewalPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island lawmakers are poised to vote on whether or not to renew a 2-year-old law allowing police to pull over motorists who aren't buckled up. 20, May 2013 - CranstonGOP's Doherty decides against running for governor or any other office in 2014By Katherine Gregg PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Republican Brendan Doherty, former head of the Rhode Island state police, has removed his name from the list of potential candidates for governor or any other political office in 2014. Last year, Doherty made an unsuccessful bid for Congress in the 1st District, losing to Democrat David Cicilline. In a statement issued on Friday, Doherty said: "Now that the ...20, May 2013 - CranstonRI House votes to renew seatbelt lawPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island House of Representatives voted Thursday to permanently extend a 2-year-old law allowing police to pull over motorists who aren't buckled up. 19, May 2013 - CranstonRI memorializes WWII pilot, 69 years after deathPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island memorialized a World War II pilot from Cranston on Friday, 69 years after his capture and execution by the Japanese. 06, May 2013 - CranstonCranston Mayor Fung seeks donations to help "share" his accomplishmentsBy News staff CRANSTON, R.I. -- Mayor Allan W. Fung, a potential 2014 candidate for governor, is asking supporters for money to enable him to "share" his recent accomplishments with Cranston and Rhode Island voters. The popular mayor has curbed spending and submitted two budgets in the last two years that call for no new taxes. Recently, he reached an agreement with the city's retired police and ...06, May 2013 - CranstonRhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Mike Bottaro Wins $100,000 Settlement for Motorcycle AccidentAttorney Mike Bottaro recently helped a client recover damages for serious injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident. (PRWeb May 02, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/5/prweb10680629.htm06, May 2013 - CranstonProvidence Police respond to ER for man shotDee DeQuattro firstname.lastname@example.org A man walked into the emergency room of Rhode Island Hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest early Thursday morning. Police responded to the ER around 1:15 a.m.16, Apr 2013 - CranstonHusband of R.I. lawmaker arrested a second timeThe husband of a Rhode Island lawmaker is facing a new charge of fraudulently using a credit card has been ordered held at the Adult Correctional Institutions. State Police Major Michael Winquist said Henry Fellela was arrested Wednesday in Cranston on a warrant issued last week out of Concord, Mass., on a charge of credit card fraud. 16, Apr 2013 - CranstonHusband of RI lawmaker arrested a second timeSCITUATE, R.I. (AP) — The husband of a Rhode Island lawmaker is facing a new charge of fraudulently using a credit card and has been ordered held at the Adult Correctional Institutions. 13, Apr 2013 - CranstonCranston suspect tied to Golden NuggetCranston's Louis Marchetti, who was once a ring leader of what state police called the biggest mob related burglary operation in Rhode Island history, is in custody again, accused of a new string of break-ins.10, Apr 2013 - CranstonFall River man charged with DUI in fatal 2012 R.I. crashA Fall River man has been charged with driving drunk during a police chase in Rhode Island last year that ended with a fatal crash.10, Apr 2013 - CranstonAdvocates: R.I. marijuana law is a first stepA law passed in 2012 to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana in Rhode Island went into effect April 1. A first-time offense for possessing one ounce or less of marijuana now carries a $150 civil fine, and no jail time. Advocates of the new law have said marijuana prohibition has failed so far.10, Apr 2013 - CranstonFall River man charged with DUI in fatal R.I. crashA Massachusetts man has been charged with driving drunk during a police chase in Rhode Island last year that ended with a fatal crash.08, Apr 2013 - CranstonRI man gets 20 years in jail for attempted murderPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the attempted murder of a co-worker, who survived being stabbed 20 times outside her Cranston home.
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