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Rhode Island Community Food Bank 30th Anniversary Video

A video commemorating the Rhode Island Community Food Bank's 30th Anniversary. Includes a look at the work and logistics involved in supplying ...

Former RI State Senator Charged with Bank Fraud & Tax Crimes

Former State Senator James E. Doyle, II, 46, of Pawtucket, was charged by way of an information with thirty-one counts of bank fraud and one count each of filing a false tax return and failing to file a tax return. 

The owner of two Rhode Island durable medical equipment companies has been charged in federal court in Providence with allegedly executing a “check-kiting” scheme which defrauded three banks, and with tax evasion, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.

Doyle resigned as a Rhode Island state senator in January 2018 triggering a special election. Sandra Cano won the seat in a special election.

At the time, Doyle claimed he was resigning to deal with an addiction problem.

The filing of an information and plea agreement in this matter is announced by United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch, Kristina O'Connell, Special Agent in Charge, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation, and Harold H. Shaw, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Boston Division.

New Citizens Bank Corporate Campus open for business

JOHNSTON – More than 3,000 employees call the new 424,763-square-foot Citizens Bank Corporate Campus home, now that it is officially open for business.

During a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, city and state government officials joined Citizens executives in the culmination of two years of work at the previously undeveloped landfill site.

Making it a true community project, campus amenities are also open to the public, including a softball field, two basketball courts, tennis, volleyball, and soccer court and two bocce courts.

Welcoming guests outside the entrance to the facility Tuesday was the Johnston High School Marching Band, later accompanied by the high school chorus singing the “Star-Spangled Banner.”

Three walking trails surround the center, located on a 123-acre lot, showcasing the nearly 50 percent of the site covered in wetlands and natural forest still on the property. In line with a focus on sustainability, the roadway leading into the campus, at One Citizens Bank Way, has an underground “critter crossing” to allow wildlife to cross safely.

Do you have to pay the bank in Rhode Island when a property is foreclosed and sold by the bank at lower price?

Like many other people, it's been hard to make ends meet and stay on top of my mortgage. I want to know if Rhode Island law allows the bank to come after me for whatever the difference is from what they sell it for.


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