The inside scoop on another State House disclosure debacle, some advice for Raimondo, Elorza’s panhandler problem and more.
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The veteran lawmaker created a nonprofit that takes anonymous donations, with a nearly identical name to an official legislative group’s.
“Captured,” set for publication in December, is described as showing “what corporate influence looks like today from the Senate floor.”
RIDOT’s chief says his agency is ramping up construction and changing how it operates, but critics are still fighting the plan.
Federal officials said tough luck despite pleas from the Ocean State not to punish its hospitals for a mistake made on Nantucket.
The House majority leader said he’s now current on all his taxes and does not think he needed to disclose when he was behind on payments.
Gina Raimondo, Joe Shekarchi, Nick Mattiello and Patrick Lynch lead the list.
Monday is a holiday in Rhode Island – and, since 1975, only in Rhode Island. No other state still formally marks the end of World War II.
The inside scoop on Rhode Island’s negativity problem, Raimondo’s re-election bid, AG Kilmartin’s critics and much more.
Joe Paolino Jr., Frank Caprio Sr. and Richard Weiner reminisce; Dawson Hodgson calls for documents to be released.
The Providence lawmaker was kicked off the voter rolls last week but remains a sitting state representative.
“Politics should have no role in judicial proceedings,” the attorney general said amid more calls for him to reverse his decision.
“The taxpayers have a right to the complete story,” the House speaker said, echoing his leading Republican challenger.
Hillary Clinton’s running mate is coming to Newport for a campaign fundraiser on Aug. 13, WPRI.com has learned.
“Insulting Gold Star families is a new low,” Reed said after the Republican frontrunner made controversial remarks.
The inside scoop on the downfall of Rep. John Carnevale, the secrets of 38 Studios, Mayor Elorza’s good week, and much more.
Decision comes after a Target 12 investigation raised serious questions about where he lives.
State Police Col. Steven O’Donnell told reporters that “a bad deal does not always equate to an indictment.”
Thursday’s decision means the Democratic lawmaker will not be eligible to run for re-election unless he wins an appeal.
Mayor Elorza said he is “deeply disappointed” in the elections chief’s decision and will still send a police officer to offer his comments.
The $40-million project to build a new commuter-rail stop at Dexter and Conant Streets could be complete by 2020.
Rhode Island’s senior senator, a Democrat who backs Hillary Clinton, said Russia wants to “reverse the end of the Cold War.”
Rep. Joe McNamara, the state Democratic Party chairman, said Carnevale “has embarrassed his colleagues in the House.”
A Providence building official said records show no permit was pulled if basement bedroom – Carnevale says he uses – was built.
During his speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, Bill Clinton mentioned Weiner’s passing.