Caroline Goggin, WPRI 12

Caroline Goggin


Providence, RI, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

Go Inside FEMA: How a Rhode Island native oversees the nation’s response to disaster

Disaster can strike at any moment, and it’s Peter Gaynor’s job to make sure the country is ready to respond. → Read More

Surviving a Stroke: Caroline’s Story

I never imagined this would be my story. No one could have ever prepared me for that day. → Read More

Good Samaritans, officers rescue 2 boys from Taunton River

A group of four police officers and three good Samaritans rushed to the aid of two 14-year-old boys who fell through the ice and into the Taunton River. → Read More

Warwick City Council approves new contract for firefighters

It's been months of back and forth on the approval of a contract for the city's firefighters, who have been without one for roughly two years. → Read More

Anti-violence advocates ‘lock arms for peace’ in Providence

The event was created by community activist Kobi Dennis to honor his friend Diana Garlington’s daughter Essence who was shot and killed in 2011. → Read More

Grand Jury indicts ‘Bobo’ Marrapese’s son on murder charge

The son of late mob figure Frank "Bobo" Marrapese remains held without bail after being indicted by a Grand Jury for allegedly murdering his ex-girlfriend. → Read More

Health, safety concerns force Providence non-profit out of community center

The Community Action Partnership of Providence (CAPP) has decided to leave the Elmwood Community Center (ECC) by the end of the month, citing "health and safety concerns" within the building. → Read More

Federal Hill Association talking safety measures following deadly assault

As the fate of a Providence nightclub hangs in the balance following a deadly assault outside, the Federal Hill Commerce Association says it continues to actively address safety concerns in the area. → Read More

Burglars steal thousands of dollars in meat from Smithfield farm

Surveillance footage shows two men taking packages of beef from the freezer inside of the farmstand and stuffing into bins. → Read More

Mattiello defends support for Cranston chiropractor after pulling funding

In his first interview with Eyewitness News since the story broke, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said "political controversy" is the reason he's pulling $1 million in funding for a Cranston chiropractor's brain injury treatment program. → Read More

Travel agent not ‘abnormally concerned’ about Dominican Republic after recent deaths

Despite reports of Americans experiencing mysterious illnesses and deaths in the Dominican Republic, one local travel agent said it hasn't stopped her clients from traveling to the country. → Read More

Blackstone teen takes a big step forward while receiving his diploma

I'm so proud of him, Bradley's grandmother Celeste Gignac said. → Read More

Coventry Town Council adopts new budget, schedules second vote

The budget includes a $150,000 cut in appropriations for the town and a $350,000 cut to its schools. → Read More

Coventry officials encourage higher turnout for second budget vote

"It sickens me that our school might not have the extracurricular activities that are the reason some kids get out of bed in the morning," one student said. → Read More

Coventry superintendent frustrated with budget cuts, possible layoffs

Superintendent Craig Levis sent a letter to parents Monday saying this year's proposed budget was voted down by taxpayers, meaning the district is being forced to cut $2 million in school funding. → Read More

Meeting Street prom a night to remember, especially for one couple

The prom was held at Roger Williams Park for students who attend The Carter School at Meeting Street. → Read More

Providence mom detained by ICE takes major step in citizenship process

Once Calderon receives her passport in Guatemala, she and her husband will fly back to the United States. → Read More

Mother detained by ICE another step closer to becoming U.S. citizen

Although she came to Rhode Island as a toddler, Lilian Calderon is now ensuring she will be a permanent resident in the United States for the rest of her life. → Read More

Plan to build new middle-high school in Westport hits roadblock

The old Westport Middle School closed in 2014 after hazardous materials were found inside. → Read More

RI DMV accepting applications for special Gold Star Family license plates

Rhode Islanders who have lost a relative while they served in the military can now receive a Gold Star Family license plate to honor their loved one's memory. → Read More