Total state borrowing is “still relatively high,” though a major portion will be paid by private colleges and hospitals, an annual report sa…
The inside scoop about Trump’s support in Rhode Island, Jack Reed’s biggest mistake, Hitler’s local drag race and more.
Voters gave U.S. Sen. Jack Reed a job approval rating of 58%, while his colleague Sheldon Whitehouse’s number was 51%.
Chris Ottiano’s retirement put Republicans’ fifth state Senate seat in jeopardy, but he won’t be helping them hold onto it.
The inside scoop about GE moving its headquarters to Rhode Island, Langevin vs. liberals on Syrian refugees and much more.
Rhode Island’s new governor is finishing her first year in so-so shape, partly because 15% of voters have no opinion about her.
Hopkinton Republican Elaine Morgan argued her comments about the Syrian crisis had been “taken out of context.”
Congressman Mike Honda, who was raised in a World War II Japanese internment camp, decried comments made by Elaine Morgan and others.
Hopkinton Republican Elaine Morgan warned that terrorists want “to murder, rape, and decapitate anyone who is a non Muslim.”
The company confirmed Tuesday it has lost the contract it has held for 15 years to manage the huge 529 college savings plan.
But the state’s financial picture would be even brighter if spending on social services wasn’t coming in higher than budgeted.
Rhode Island’s second-largest hospital chain, which owns Women & Infants, would join forces with the New Bedford-based group.
The inside scoop about a North Carolina college class on 38 Studios, a boost in state revenue, Providence politics and more.
The agency chief who uncovered financial mismanagement at the landfill said he feels “vindicated” even though charges were ever filed.
After nearly 10 years and millions of dollars in cost overruns, officials insist the $16.5-million system will finally be ready in 2016.
The state has published multiple cost estimates for fixing the Henderson Bridge since June – and it turns out none of them are correct.
The inside scoop about truck tolls, the 2016 (and 2018) elections, the struggle to fix DCYF, and more.
The next round of redistricting could force Congressmen David Cicilline and Jim Langevin into a primary against each other.
The treasurer plans to take a largely hands-off approach to the governor’s proposal to borrow $600 million for bridge repairs.
The governor has received $776,000 in campaign contributions since January, and more than $7 million over the last six years.