Torry Gaucher, WPRI 12

Torry Gaucher


East Providence, RI, United States

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Past articles by Torry:

Celebrities descend on the Ocean State for Rhode Island Comic Con

Some of the celebrities that will be in attendance today are Elijah Wood, who played Frodo Baggins in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, "Star Trek" icon George Takei, who portrayed Sulu, and Ginny Weasley from the "Harry Potter" series, Bonnie Wright. → Read More

Open House: Cranson showcases renovated elementary school

CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) — The community is welcome to tour the newly improved Eden Park Elementary School, Saturday, beginning at noon. For the past several years, Eyewitness News has been tracking the progress of refurbishing schools in our local communities. As districts focus on bringing buildings into the 21st century, cities and towns are exploring […] → Read More

Promising autumn ahead for Southern New England

If images of sweaters, fall foliage, and pumpkins are more your speed, the fall outlook looks promising. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian’s fringes bring wind, high surf to Massachusetts shoreline

Hurricane Dorian will not make landfall in Southern New England, but its outer fringes will still have an impact. → Read More

Police celebrate boy who defended mom from attacker during robbery, assault

According to an Instagram post on the Providence Police Department's page, officers helped the boy celebrate his 11th birthday Thursday - one day after he tried to fend off an attack on his mother. → Read More

Pawtucket woman claims man exposed himself before stealing packages from front door

Police are looking to identify the man captured on a Brewster Street home’s surveillance camera. → Read More

Burrillville teen hosts 10th annual lemonade stand; donates proceeds to town animal shelter

BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (WPRI) — The lemonade stand is a summer staple in many communities, many young entrepreneurs looking to make a few spending dollars. This isn’t the case on Maureen Circle in the village of Mapleville, Rhode Island, at Ben’s Annual Lemonade Stand. The money raised doesn’t go towards the latest video game or gadget, […] → Read More

Second human case of EEE confirmed in Massachusetts

A second person from Massachusetts has contracted Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), according to the Massachusets Department of Public Health (DPH). → Read More

Rhode Island’s oldest African American Church celebrates 200-years of worship

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On the East Side of Providence sits a 200-year-old church, the Congdon Street Baptist Church. According to Pastor Justin Lester, it's the oldest prominently African American church in Rhode Island. → Read More

First human case of EEE confirmed in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) confirms the first human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), the first time since 2013. → Read More

“24 Hour Super Torch Run”; Raising awareness & funds for Special Olympics Rhode Island

A small group of four will run or walk around Roger William Park for 24-hours, ending Sunday at 11am. → Read More

Women & Infant’s nurse retires after nearly 60 years on the job

Jenny held back tears of joy during the celebration, calling Women & Infants, “the greatest place in the world to work.” → Read More

Pawtucket pool reopens; residents thankful

The gates to Pawtucket's Veterans Memorial Pool opened officially for the summer at 11 a.m. → Read More

Pawtucket pool to reopen after hiring two certified lifeguards

Soon after Eyewitness News reported on the lifeguard shortage, the city said hired two certified lifeguards. → Read More

Weather: Spotty showers for Father's Day Weekend

We have an area of high-pressure moving to our northwest, and it will continue to move north. This allows us to experience a few minor showers, especially across the higher elevations. → Read More

Vermonter, Anastasia Surmava describes her time on reality show, Below Deck Mediterranean

Vermonter, Anastasia Surmava describes her time on the reality show, Below Deck Mediterranean. → Read More

Upgraded driver's license & ID cards will protect Vermonters identity

The next time you go to the DMV you will likely notice a big change when it comes to your license or ID card. → Read More

South Burlington residents left on edge after a bear comes too close to homes

A bear was spotted walking dangerously close to homes between Vale Drive & Four Sisters Road on Sunday afternoon. Residents remain vigilant as we enter the warm weather season. → Read More

Weather: Rain returns Monday night

We are kicking off Monday warm & quiet! Unfortunately, this stunning weather will come to an end as our next weather maker will be knocking on our back door early Monday evening. → Read More

Weather: Sunny & warm on Sunday

An area of high pressure will continue to provide us with flawless weather conditions to wrap up the weekend. → Read More