The first-term Democrat trumpeted “progress” in the annual speech, as her GOP challengers quickly tried to poke holes in her message.
Two children testified that they told the principal a teacher touched them inappropriately.
The governor said she will “be talking about how far we’ve come – but also how much further we still need to go.”
West Warwick-based Dryvit employs roughly 150 people locally, but its CEO is unhappy its product is banned in downtown Providence.
Her lawyer argues the law is “too vague for the average citizen to understand what conduct is prohibited.”
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Senate President Dominick Ruggerio charges that House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello “routinely obstructs the operations of the Senate.”
Employers who violate the ordinance would liable for damages.
President Nicholas Hemond has asked Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare to complete a report in 30 days.
DCYF is receiving millions less and it’s even worse when you add inflation to the mix.
However, the company is still seeking to increase gas and electric rates by roughly $45 million a year starting in September.
Care New England, parent of Women & Infants, is Rhode Island’s second-largest hospital system and one of its largest employers.
David Rodio is accused of issuing a violation notice after unsuccessfully trying to buy the property.
Dexter Jackson owned a home on 708 Atwells Ave. that was condemned last year and later caught fire.
It has been more than 30 months since Chief Clarence Cunha retired.
“We have to really do something about this,” Rep. Lauren Carson argued, saying she’s receiving mounting complaints from her constituents.
A lawsuit reveals the home that burned down over the weekend was ordered condemned by the city two years ago.
Rhode Island now has representation on all three of the committees Senate Democrats have identified as the most powerful.
Firefighters visited the doomed home five days before it burned to the ground and found electrical issues.
The report outlines a series of recommendations for improving oversight over the tax deal process.
Rhode Island will hold its primary on Wednesday, Sept. 12, while Massachusetts will hold its primary the day after Labor Day.
A utility in Massachusetts has already announced it will pass along some of its millions of dollars in tax savings to customers.
Burglaries, larcenies and car thefts have been falling steadily in Providence for more than three decades.
“Tenant from third floor states they would not help unless there was a fire,” a city inspector reported just last week.
Rhode Island’s child-welfare agency would agree to make a long list of changes to its operations as part of a negotiated agreement.