The eight-figure credit from Deloitte is not a final settlement but will cover various costs associated with the computer debacle.
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Elorza is holding the line on all taxes, but increasing city spending by 2.2%.
The House Judiciary Committee is slated to hear 15 bills, some of which aim to strengthen or loosen the state’s firearm laws.
Community members say they knew a different man than the one accused of murder.
The president of the city’s firefighters union believes the response time would’ve been cut in half had that station been in service.
Gov. Gina Raimondo says she has some reservations about the possibility of legalizing recreational marijuana.
RIDOT asks that drivers be patient and cautious as there will be a lot of construction workers and traffic changes on I-195.
A Taunton state representative filed a bill this week that would prevent the use of public benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.
A local organization that helps immigrants, says it’s deeply troubled after finding graffiti on their property.
On Wednesday, 16 people, all currently living in Rhode Island, were arrested in connection to the Valdez drug trafficking organization.
Supporters hoped Tuesday’s meeting could change that, but many still remain conflicted over the issue.
But supporters say they’re hopeful a vote will be scheduled soon.
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The bill aims to keep guns out of the hands of convicted domestic violence abusers, supporters said.
Mariah Ramos, 34, has pleaded not guilty to a felony charge stemming from the death of her 7-month-old daughter, Willow.
The leak was coming from an underground steel pipe near a National Grid facility on Allens Ave.
The House Judiciary Committee will hear four bills regarding abortion on Wednesday evening.
Demonstraters panhandled at the corner of Sockanosset Cross Rd and New London Avenue.
Report is expected to detail exactly how James Morales managed to escape.
Drivers should expect delays during the closure periods and seek alternate routes this weekend.
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Dominick Ruggerio is viewed as her likely successor.
Rodriguez, 74, a resident of Richard Dewert Terrace in Taunton, was arrested on Friday.
Lawmakers in support of the bill hope it will increase safety on the road by ensuring that all drivers are trained, tested and insured.
The store owner owner said adrenaline set in instead of fear.
Officers in Warwick look to cut down on drunk driving.