Providence Board of Licenses orders Noah Lounge closed after stabbing


PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — The Board of Licenses has ordered Noah Lounge to close, pending a show cause hearing scheduled for Monday, according to Providence Police Commander Thomas Verdi.

This comes after three men were stabbed outside of the club just after 2 a.m. on Saturday on Broad Street.

Police say the victims, ages 33, 29 and 26, were all treated at Rhode Island Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Right now, no one has been arrested and police are still investigating.

Back in June, two women were taken to the hospital after a fight outside the club. Police believe they were inside prior to the fight.

In July of 2017, a man was shot and killed while outside of Noah Lounge. The Board of Licenses temporarily shut down the club after that incident.

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