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Victim dead in East Providence shooting

Victim dead in East Providence shooting

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Police confirmed just before 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 13, the victim in the shooting at a city hair salon earlier in the day has died. Chief Christopher Parella announced a 42-year-old, African American male was shot dead approximately three hours earlier at the Krazy Kuts location on Pawtucket Avenue. The


Former Barrington cop sentenced, avoids jail time

Former Barrington Police Sergeant Joe Andreozzi avoided jail time, instead receiving a suspended sentence and domestic violence counseling Wednesday after pleading guilty to domestic cyberstalking and obstruction of justice. Mr. Andreozzi was sentenced to a one year suspended sentence with probation on each count, with the sentences to run consecutively. In addition, the defendant was ordered to undergo


Man shot in East Providence hair salon

EAST PROVIDENCE — A man was found shot in a Pawtucket Avenue hair salon when police responded to an emergency call mid-afternoon Wednesday, Aug. 13. The suspect remained at large as of about 3:45 p.m. East Providence Police Chief Christopher Parella said the 911 call came into the station at approximately 2:05 p.m. Units were


Village Harmony returns to Sandywoods

Sixteen sparkling young singers and instrumentalists, ages 12 to 18, performing music from Eastern Europe, the Balkans, the Baltic States, Georgia, Ukraine, and the Mediterranean coast of France, plus contemporary compositions. Don’t miss this dynamic teen world music ensemble, led by Will Rowan, Carl Linich, and Natalie Nowytski. WHERE: Sandywoods, 43 Muse Way, Tiverton WHEN: 7:30

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East Providence fireworks are postponed once again

EAST PROVIDENCE (Updated) — Concerns over high winds covering the area, the remnants Hurricane Arthur, led city officials to once again postpone the East Providence Fourth of July fireworks display scheduled for Pierce Memorial Stadium. The show, originally slated for July 3 then delayed to July 5, has now been rescheduled for Sunday evening, July


ME removes body from Warren home; police on scene

Coroners from the state Medical Examiner’s Office removed a body from a Child Street home that had been the scene of a police investigation for most of Friday afternoon. Police Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle would not release details on the case. Police had been at the home since about 3 p.m., after receiving a rescue