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Expert: Officer's use of force 'objectively reasonable'

January 9, 2012

PROVIDENCE – A “use of force” expert for the defense of suspended Lincoln patrol officer Edward Krawetz, who is on trial for felony assault with a deadly weapon after kicking a handcuffed woman at Twin River, took the stand in Superior Court for a second day of testimony on Monday.

Cicilline hangs up shingle in City Hall

January 9, 2012

WOONSOCKET — When someone called U.S. Rep. David Cicilline’s constituent services office exactly one minute after the freshman Democrat officially christened the site Monday, it seemed like a good omen.
“At 10:01 a.m. the phone rang and it was someone with a VA question,” Cicilline’s District Director, Christopher Fierro, said as the congressman arrived. “They know we’re here.”

BARRINGTON – In a perfect world, former PGA stars Brad Faxon and Billy Andrade would have...
CUMBERLAND  –  Lizzie Pickering could barely contain her excitement. When...
BURRILLVILLE -- It’s been a tradition in these parts for decades, where the town’s police cruisers...
WOONSOCKET – Even though the City Council voted two times to cut the amount of new taxes she proposed for the...
BURRILLVILLE – Three former Burrillville High School students returned to their alma mater Monday to tell...
WOONSOCKET – As promised, the city and the Woonsocket Teachers Guild have filed suit in Superior Court to...

 

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