Bill Kole, New England editor for The Associated Press, oversees daily and enterprise coverage of all six states. A longtime former AP foreign correspondent, he has reported extensively on terrorism, corruption, immigration and human trafficking from Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna and Eastern Europe. Bill worked for newspapers in Michigan and Massachusetts before joining the AP in Detroit. He and his wife, Terry, a children’s book illustrator, now live in Pawtuxet Village, R.I.

 

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