Recalls were also issued this week for Little Giant ladders and one type of Ronzoni pasta.
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Under the UHIP system launched in September, some providers say they are having trouble paying their vendors and making payroll.
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“Rhode Island is doing very well with the real estate market,” said Timothy Warren, CEO of The Warren Group.
About 1700 people were in the office on Monday alone, officials said. Some people waited more than four hours.
Dr. Jason Hack from RI Hospital examines if the latest craze – homemade slime – is safe.
The agency’s executive director said the issue was caused by a coding error by Deloitte, the company that built the UHIP system.
A RIPTA official said the driver admitted to talking and texting after an Eyewitness News viewer caught it on camera.
Customers tell Target 12 they paid thousands of dollars for vehicles they never received.
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Detectors should be tested once a month.
“We needed more time, we needed more staff and we needed more training,” Raimondo adviser Eric Beane said of the benefits system.