But the two Democrats are not joining calls for their senior colleague to resign or give up his top spot on a key committee.
R.I. State Police stand behind an affidavit statement that civilians blocked ramp.
The two lunched at the Old Canteen on Federal Hill, a high-profile spot, as Chafee considers a comeback bid for governor next year.
Joseph Esposito, 71, is accused of selling marijuana and butane oil to an undercover officer on multiple occasions.
Brown President Christina Paxson said the 2016-17 academic year produced “excellent financial results” for the Ivy League institution.
The wellness tech company had originally planned to close a local office and move workers to Massachusetts instead.
Multiple police departments says a change in the system is causing headaches for officers.
More than 1.600 government positions are on-hold by a little-known personnel rule, giving workers the right to return to their old jobs.
The new hires bring the fire department from an all-time low of 312 workers to 395.
Matt Clarkin is known for raising concerns about the city’s finances before true problems emerge.
The mutual savings bank is currently Rhode Island’s sixth-largest, with $1.2 billion in deposits.
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Providence says the increase in “leaves” is related to DCYF policy.
The head of the state crime lab confirmed the state police dropped off evidence from last week’s shooting.
“Sexual harassment and sexual assault are unacceptable and must not be tolerated. Period,” said U.S. Sen. Jack Reed.
Mocking his opponent as “Silver-Spoon Sheldon,” the former high-court justice promised to be “an independent-minded Republican.”
Donald Morgan is now wanted for lifting jackets from the Warwick Mall two days before cruiser theft.
Private-equity firm Transom Capital said it had to reduce employment “to position the company for future, sustainable growth.”
Officer helped woman who was pinned against a guardrail by the driver of the white pickup involved in high speed chase.
But executives at the state’s largest health insurer say they still see challenges ahead in the coming months.
The main driver of the deteriorating budget picture is overspending by state agencies and departments, mostly on social services.
A proposal supported by the mayor would grant tax breaks based on the money developers plan to spend on construction.
While Rhode Island’s job market “is still relatively solid overall,” economist Michael Lynch offered a number of reasons for concerns.
“I’m not trying to be critical, but I think that if you’re watching the video and watching what happened, there seems to be a flaw.”