Now that’s what I call a debate! There’s no question that voters in the 1st Congressional District have a clear choice as they decide who they want to send to Washington as a successor to U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy. Democrat David Cicilline and Republican John Loughlin clashed at tonight’s WPRI debate over everything from Social Security and climate change to Cicilline’s record on ethics and education as mayor. I didn’t think there was a clear winner, which is not a knock on either candidates – both of them made their cases effectively and energetically. (Eyewitness News political analyst Joe Fleming…
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Business leaders were stunned by the candidate’s threat to take legal action over 38 Studios.
The Democrat is hinting the $75 million deal may not go through. Don’t hold your breath.
What would Marian the Librarian say? The Providence Public Library just put out a press release responding to the city’s lawsuit against it …
The state has added many more workers but no additional work since 1987.
Langevin and Zaccaria meet for an hour-long exchange at 8 p.m. on WPRI 12.
I’m on the run this Friday afternoon, but I just received a statement from Steve Maurano, spokesman for the R.I. Board of Governors for High…
Flash! The City of Providence has filed a lawsuit against Providence Public Library for failing to make repairs at the seven branches. This …
State agency stands by story that Caprio Sr. did not offer ex-Chafee aide a job.
By resigning, Chafee’s ex-campaign manager pushed a potential non-story into the headlines.
The Chafee camp says he didn’t do anything wrong, so why’s he out of a job?
Chafee’s ex-campaign manager raises new questions about who leaked documents to damage him.
The documents may have been sent to the agency chaired by Frank Caprio Sr.
Pagliarini resigned this morning even though it’s not clear he did anything wrong.
Going rouge has its risks for Caprio and Chafee, but so does robotically sticking to the script.