PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - The Rhode Island Supreme Court will hear the city of Pawtucket's appeal on a police officer convicted of exposing himself.
Pawtucket officials want to fire Nicholas Laprade. He's been suspended with pay since his arrest in 2010, but he's been able to keep his job.
In November 2012, Eyewitness News learned Pawtucket had spent $140,000 in legal fees and Laprade's salary.
Just more than two weeks away from Christmas Day, a local group is taking a new stand to encourage local government to simply call that upcoming Wednesday December twenty-fifth.
Rhode Island Lottery officials say a pair of local residents recently won a total of $48,000.
Superintendents across the state say student's safety is most important.
ALERT: RIDOT is urging drivers to take is easy on the roads Tuesday night after a light snow is causing some slushy road conditions.
Providence has put its development permitting process online in an effort to make it easier to do business with Rhode Island's largest city.