Polls show Lincoln Chafee is the front runner in the race to be Rhode Island’s next governor. But you’d never have guessed that watching tonight’s WPRI gubernatorial debate, as Frank Caprio faced a concerted assault from all sides. It was inevitable Caprio would face tough questions in the wake of Shoveitgate, but I was surprised by how much Republican John Robitaille – along with independent Lincoln Chafee and Moderate Ken Block – trained their fire on the Democratic nominee. Robitaille – who gave a feisty and effective performance – was particularly scathing, chastising Caprio for Shoveitgate like a father to…
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.
The shadow of the 2008 Clinton-Obama battle has fallen over the governor’s race.
The Journal is selling half as many editions as it did 20 years ago.
The Democratic candidate for governor makes a play for center-right voters as Robitaille gains.
Kerry King and Gina Raimondo spar commercial-free on TV and here on WPRI.com.
The survey puts Chafee at 35%, Caprio at 28%, Robitaille at 25% and Block at 6%, with 6% undecided.
In an interview, 38 Studios’ chairman emphasized again the big vision he has for his company.
The unemployment rate is falling for the wrong reasons, as fewer Rhode Islanders look for work.
The last campaign finance reports before Nov. 2 also show Barney Frank’s challenger is raising big money.
Republican Sean Bielat is giving 15-term U.S. Rep. Barney Frank his most competitive reelection race in years, according to our new WPRI 12 …
The GOP group’s purchase of commercial time shows all three gubernatorial candidates see a path to victory.
Rising commodity prices mean cereal, meats and cheese may cost you more before too long.
The 14-term Dem used up 40% of his $1.1 million campaign war chest in the last two weeks.
There’s no purchaser on the horizon, but in the past Cianci and Sundlun have considered it.
Rhode Islanders requested 3,000 fewer mail ballots than they did for the last gubernatorial election.
WPRI will release a poll of 4th District voters tomorrow, and we’re aiming to host a debate.