The state’s auditor general on Thursday released a breakdown of expenses tied to the troubled benefits eligibility system.
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National Grid said it supports one of the proposals to change the state’s utility laws, but argued others could “do grievous harm.”
The record-breaking consumer debt tops the previous debt record, $12.68 trillion, that was reached during the recession in 2008.
Federal law prohibits the sale of recalled parts taken from wrecked cars for auto repairs, but industry experts say it’s rarely enforced.
According to the FDA, results from the venous lead tests may be lower than the actual level of lead in the blood.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ranges and avoid touching the appliance until the power supply is shut off.
In two separate recalls, Michael’s and Pier 1 Imports are recalling thousands of mugs.
Don’t let a local area code fool you. Scammers can manipulate caller ID information with a practice called spoofing.
The provision mandates that drivers must move their car to an entirely new block after the parking meter has reached its time limit.
The plastic eyes on popular stuffed animals can detach, posing a choking hazard to children.
DHS employees have been reporting a growing number system incidents when they encounter problems completing applications.
Risa Pecoraro, VP of Product Research and Development at CyberScout, answers to common questions about cyberattacks.
Congressman Jim Langevin called the “ransomware” attack that has crippled businesses, banks, and hospitals “extremely troubling.”
Red Robin onion rings and night lights were also recalled this week due to undeclared milk and a fire hazard, respectively.
The National Retail Federation predicts the average Mother’s Day shopper will spend $186.39 this year, up from last year’s $172.22 average.
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Marlaina Rapoza, owner of the now-defunct Triple Threat Performing Arts Center in Warwick, was also sentenced to probation.
Online sales are expected to jump 8 to 12 percent this year while traditional stores face uncertainty and closures.
Call 12 for Action resolves a consumer complaint about a defective mattress.
Call 12 for Action has learned customers are now stuck with useless gift cards.
Warwick plans to shut off water service to hundreds of residents who haven’t paid their bills.
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“Our approach is to move as aggressively as we can but not any faster than that,” the state leader in charge said.
The recall covers all models of Poco, Poco Plus and Poco Premium child backpack carriers manufactured between January 2012 and December 2014…