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Only three sizable cities – Detroit, New York and Chicago – charge most owners of commercial property more than Providence.
More than 60 unhappy public-sector workers want the Rhode Island Supreme Court to review the terms of the multibillion-dollar deal.
One expert involved says the effort will provide “a soup to nuts analysis of all aspects of criminal justice” in the state.
The Cranston bridge originally wasn’t supposed to be examined until August, according to documents obtained by WPRI.com.
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The deal, which locks in roughly $4 billion in taxpayer savings but sweetens some benefits for retirees, took effect July 1.
Lawyers in the long-running lawsuit over the failed video-game deal convinced a judge to keep the day’s proceedings secret.
Rhode Islanders won’t have to join Massachusetts residents in using 10-digit dialing anytime soon.
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CV Properties is still working to lock down the money required to redevelop the decaying former power station.
The Senate’s top Democrat said her chamber isn’t interested in returning this fall to work out a compromise with the House.
The governor put an exclamation point on the first six months of her tenure Tuesday by finalizing a new tax-and-spending plan.
The unfunded liability for public-sector retirement benefits is down from nearly $9 billion before the 2011 overhaul.
The inside scoop on why the General Assembly flew the coop, the PawSox ballpark talks, Dominick Ruggerio’s ambitions, Disney World and much …
Lawmakers left Smith Hill unexpectedly on Thursday night after the House and Senate couldn’t reach an agreement on a large number of bills.