The Republican House speaker’s brief visit to the state included a meeting with CVS executives and a political fundraiser.
City officials confirm a city employee was disciplined for an “incident” at the highway department building.
The documents do not include records that eventually went before a grand jury.
A state official said the agency’s long-delayed new computer system may finally launch over the 4th of July weekend.
Rhode Island’s attorney general joined his counterparts Tuesday at a meeting with the president at the White House.
The city plans to consider valuation proposals from six companies.
Rhode Island still faces stubborn achievement gaps between poor and more affluent kids.
The magazine said it used 68 different metrics to calculate its list, with Rhode Island’s showing boosted by its record on health and safety…
Two of the checks involved alleged forgeries of the signature of a Sister Angela, who runs the prominent food pantry.
The former GOP vice-presidential nominee will “meet with supporters and attend several events,” a spokesman said.
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A RIPTA official said the driver admitted to talking and texting after an Eyewitness News viewer caught it on camera.
The House speaker announced his plan to gradually eliminate the car tax while on the campaign trail last fall.
The employee has been suspended, according to Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré.
Customers tell Target 12 they paid thousands of dollars for vehicles they never received.
The city has compiled a list of 324 properties it wants to take over.
Agoda, a Singapore-based travel services business, could receive about $4.1M in tax breaks to open a Providence office.
The John Hope Settlement House, chaired by Rep. Anastasia Williams, has been ordered to close its day care center.
Commissioner Pare said Providence won’t join a program that trains local cops to work as immigration officers.
Two former employees allege mistreatment by CEO Steven O’Donnell, but the organization’s board chair argues an independent investigation fou…
A $1.50 surcharge on every DMV transaction was supposed to be go away this June, but may stay in place for five more years.
Rhode Island’s junior senator and John McCain co-chaired the congressional delegation to the Munich Security Conference.
The leaders of the recall effort say they have “broad support from throughout” Ward 3.
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Rep. Charlene Lima said she wants state police and the attorney general’s office to look into Deloitte, saying she believes fraud was commit…