Plus, a look at all four questions that will be on Rhode Island ballots tomorrow and the three in Massachusetts.
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Are you ready for the big day? Mitt Romney and Mike Bloomberg will be swinging through Rhode Island today.
After nearly a week, the Democrat issues a quasi-apology. But it may be too late.
The 35-year-old Marine from Brookline is giving the acerbic veteran Democrat a run for his money.
Here’s a cheat sheet to get you up to speed with the bunch of big stories we reported yesterday.
CVS Caremark Corp. will lay off approximately 300 employees nationwide, including about 150 here at its headquarters in Woonsocket, Eyewitne…
A new group of leaders is reviving the organization after five years of dormancy.
A reader got a robo-call from a Democratic polling firm about Shoveitgate. Who ordered it?
But any of the candidates could still decide to pour a last-minute infusion of their own cash into the race.
More than 60,000 people watched Chafee, Caprio, Robitaille and Block discuss the issues on TV last night.
An internal memo obtained by WPRI argues the Republican is doing even better than Rasmussen thinks.
Our friends across town have learned about the Patriarca family shift we reported last fall.
Local lawmakers dismissed the AG’s idea of getting rid of the Senate, but other states are thinking about it, too.
Polls say Chafee is ahead, but you’d never know it from how much incoming fire the Democrat took.
Frank Caprio faces the toughest task at PPAC: cutting into Chafee’s support while beating back Robitaille.
The Providence Steamrollers played only three seasons, but they still hold a record – for fewest wins.
The White House blindsided the Democratic gubernatorial nominee with Obama’s non-endorsement.
Caprio sticks by his remark as the White House pushes back hours before tonight’s big debate.
The paper’s remaining print readers are paying more than ever. But their numbers keep shrinking.
Check out some photographs from the president’s speech at a fundraiser in downtown Providence.
Tim White is inside the Convention Center and will be covering the president’s remarks live.
The Republican Governors Association has delivered its commercial, and it will go on the air Tuesday.
Air Force One is scheduled to land at T.F. Green at 3:55 p.m. for the president’s 4.5-hour visit.