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The state’s residents rejected the Founding Fathers’ handiwork, and didn’t ratify it until Washington was president.
As 38 Studios prepares to leave, Massachusetts officials are taking a look at how to aid the gaming sector there.
A new CDC report shows 51% of Americans ages 25 to 29 live in a household with just cell phones and no landline.
Via Cracked.com, and they’re not kidding. A sample: Yikes. The rest are here. (h/t: Providence Community Library)
The number of single-family homes sold dropped 31 percent in November compared with a year earlier.
WPRI.com catches up with the congressman-elect to hear how it’s going as he prepares to join the U.S. House.
Nearly 5,000 words were published about Rhode Island’s retiring congressman in recent days. Here are highlights.
The current Mayor of Providence says he doesn’t expect to read his predecessor’s upcoming book.
There were 1,055,247 people living in Rhode Island on April 1, this year’s decennial count found.
Rhode Island’s BCBS is the nation’s second-most dominant health insurer, behind only Alabama’s.
“Politics and Pasta” is set to be published on March 15, but the Beltway paper already has a copy.
Some local lenders used special Fed programs during the credit crunch, including Providence-based Citizens.
The behind-the-scenes story of how Tim White and his father Jack put together story of the 1975 robbery.
Massachusetts’ largest newspaper finds the city’s 91,000 residents in a grim mood as a big employer closes.
The former Providence City Solicitor passed away today after an illness. He was 46.
Tim White and the Target 12 team are putting the finishing touches on a half-hour TV special about the 1975 Bonded Vault robbery that’s airi…
Merging the city with Pawtucket is unlikely to solve the problems there, the governor-elect said Friday.
WPRI.com’s Ted Nesi blogged live from Gov.-elect Lincoln Chafee’s budget summit at Rhode Island College.
The Financial Times does not, in fact, have a nature correspondent in West Greenwich.
On the eve of Chafee’s big event, here’s a look at where Rhode Island gets its revenue and how it spends it.
The 2nd District congressman has both an iPad and a Kindle. No wonder he focuses on cybersecurity.
“Politics and Pasta” will be released on March 15, but excerpts from the book are already leaking on Twitter.
Turns out the RI House’s rules bar cell phone use on the floor of the chamber. That may change next month.
Jack Reed has an iPad and likes it, although it’s banned on the Senate floor. Sheldon Whitehouse owns a Kindle.
When I posted the schedule for next month’s state Inauguration Day, I mentioned that it wasn’t clear where the private funding for the eveni…