More stories by Ted Nesi

RI pension fund still in a deep hole

Frank Caprio released a statement earlier today ballyhooing the state pension fund’s investment performance in fiscal 2010. I have a new sto…

Poll dancing

Rasmussen poll released Monday afternoon: Lincoln Chafee and Frank Caprio [are] in a statistical dead heat for governor when you account for…

How 38 Studios can get $64m with 250 jobs

In defending the 38 Studios deal, one of the main reasons state officials have offered for supporting it is Curt Schilling & co.’s promise t…

N.B. Standard-Times pleased with paywall

Nine months after it began requiring readers to pay to read more than 10 stories online per month, the New Bedford Standard-Times is pleased…

How Chafee fits into Bloomberg’s plans

Looks like New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s endorsement of Lincoln Chafee for governor is part of a larger effort by the independent …

Why Foxwoods’ luck is running out

The Wall Street Journal has a fascinating 2,000-word front-page story today on the financial struggles of Foxwoods Resort Casino, the debt-h…

The bad news in today’s RI jobs report

Most of the headlines about today’s Rhode Island jobs report for August lead off with the tenth-of-a-point decline in the state’s unemployme…

Every vote counts when there aren’t many

“Democracy is taking a blow to the head,” Bruce Reilly writes over at Rhode Island’s Future in pointing out just how few voters participated…

Polls apart

Dave Scharfenberg’s latest Providence Phoenix piece hits on a key inside-baseball issue in the weeks leading up to Tuesday’s primary – the c…

WPRI.com Campaign 2010 primary live blog

Election results | How towns voted | More coverage | e-mail ReportIt@wpri.com WPRI.com’s Ted Nesi live blogged Tuesday’s primary. Here’s a r…

Are you ready for some live blog?

Polls close at 9 p.m. | Where to vote | Full coverage Update: Live blogging has begun. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of year aga…