More than 1.600 government positions are on-hold by a little-known personnel rule, giving workers the right to return to their old jobs.
Multiple police departments says a change in the system is causing headaches for officers.
It was the latest twist in a town that has been inflamed by a debate over its leadership in recent months.
About one in five Rhode Islanders have unclaimed property, according to the general treasurer’s office.
Court documents show that drug paraphernalia was found inside the vehicle, as well as 3 cellphones, a GPS and a 50 inch TV.
The wellness tech company had originally planned to close a local office and move workers to Massachusetts instead.
Officials say the troubled computer system has made it difficult to enroll in the SNAP benefits program.
One thing is for sure…if you are traveling to the Pacific Northwest or Florida this week, you’ll be seeing rain every day. Every. Single. D…
Police say a 70-year-old woman was carjacked at her home, located across from Brigg’s Nursery Garden Store, as she was unloading groceries.
Under current law, a consumer may be charged a fee of up to $10 for security freeze services.
The principal, Lucas Giguere issued a statement on Monday, thanking police, along with students and staff at the school for their continued …
Nielsen Music and Billboard report Monday that the album is Swift’s fourth project to sell more than a million copies in a week.
The price of gasoline in Rhode Island is up two cents this week, while prices in Massachusetts hold steady.
The shelter posted on its Facebook page that the turkey likes attention and suggests residents don’t feed him or chase him away.
Jose Osorio, 25, was sentenced to seven years in prison.
Special superhero gowns were delivered to patients on Monday.
For the 25th straight year, revelers gathered in Providence to watch the local icon be lit up with 7,500 lights.
Eight women, who all worked for Rose or tried to work for him, accused the veteran newsman of sexual misconduct.
Even with 90 percent of travelers driving this holiday, AAA says the amount of people taking train will also increase.
The report gave the capital city a “great” rating in healthcare and two “good” ratings in well-being and population of those 65 or older.