Rhode Island’s largest health insurer attributed the red ink to its members’ unexpectedly high use of medical services.
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The report was requested by House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello.
The Republican House speaker’s brief visit to the state included a meeting with CVS executives and a political fundraiser.
The documents do not include records that eventually went before a grand jury.
A state official said the agency’s long-delayed new computer system may finally launch over the 4th of July weekend.
Rhode Island’s attorney general joined his counterparts Tuesday at a meeting with the president at the White House.
The magazine said it used 68 different metrics to calculate its list, with Rhode Island’s showing boosted by its record on health and safety…
The former GOP vice-presidential nominee will “meet with supporters and attend several events,” a spokesman said.
“I certainly wouldn’t rule out a run for governor at some point in the future,” the longtime Democratic congressman told an interviewer Frid…
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The House speaker announced his plan to gradually eliminate the car tax while on the campaign trail last fall.
The long-troubled nonprofit chaired by state Rep. Anastasia Williams won a short-term victory in its fight with DCYF.
Agoda, a Singapore-based travel services business, could receive about $4.1M in tax breaks to open a Providence office.
The John Hope Settlement House, chaired by Rep. Anastasia Williams, has been ordered to close its day care center.
A $1.50 surcharge on every DMV transaction was supposed to be go away this June, but may stay in place for five more years.
Rhode Island’s junior senator and John McCain co-chaired the congressional delegation to the Munich Security Conference.
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To accommodate the increased workforce, UNFI said it’s working to secure a long-term lease at an unspecified Providence-area site.
“We needed more time, we needed more staff and we needed more training,” Raimondo adviser Eric Beane said of the benefits system.
The former lieutenant governor has come under fire over the botched rollout of the UHIP computer system.
The Republican Party alleges the speaker’s political action committee broke rules limiting how much it can spend on elections.
The company, founded by Curt Schilling, collapsed in 2012 after receiving a taxpayer-backed loan of $75 million.
Rhode Island College was the only college in Southern New England whose endowment fund didn’t lose money in 2015-16.
The former lieutenant governor has come under fire over problems with the state’s new $364-million computer system for benefits.