SMITHFIELD, R.I. (WPRI) -- A t-shirt printer is already hard at work, just in case the New England Patriots win the AFC Championship Sunday.
The owner of Cool Air Creations said Tuesday his company has already printed some AFC Champion t-shirts for the Patriots. They will be sent to the field and locker room at Gillette Stadium.
Dave Campbell said he was not sure how many t-shirts they'll end up printing, if the Patriots beat the Baltimore Ravens. They are on the books for between 6,000 and 10,000 shirts, but could print more depending on sales.
"Everything will be on press ready to go Friday afternoon," Campbell said. He added all the workers need to report back at halftime Sunday. They will then wait until the end of the game, before going into full-blown production.
While the Salvation Army in New Bedford packs up toys for needy children around the area, they're getting help from a source you may not normally associate with good deeds.
In a training workshop Tuesday, the Rhode Island Family Court is hoping to better equip those who work with at-risk children against letting them fall into the sex trade.
Twin River Casino is sweetening the pot for bettors, with the opening of 14 more table games Tuesday.
Providence's EMA Director said there may be some challenges for crews Tuesday, since snow has arrived while children are still in school.
Board is being restructured less than two years after it was created.