EAST PROVIDENCE â€” The man who will oversee the fiscal activities of both the city and the School Department will begin his new duties in the upcoming weeks, City Manager Peter Graczykowski told the City Council this week.
Malcolm A. Moore, hired for the position of consolidated finance director, comes to East Providence from West Warwick where he was finance director and interim town manager.
Moore was hired to fill a void after resignations left both the city and the schools without permanent finance officer positions.
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PAWTUCKET â€” A grand jury has decided not to bring charges against two Pawtucket police officers who shot to death a Massachusetts man who pulled a gun during a traffic stop in May.
The Rhode Island attorney general's office said on Thursday that the Providence County Grand Jury found the shooting was legally justified.
The officers said 37-year-old Jamie Coyle got out of the car with a gun, and they opened fire to protect themselves. Police pulled him over because he appeared to match the description of a suspect wanted in Massachusetts for an assault with a firearm earlier that day.