A long-running lawsuit over the hiring practices at the ACI has reached a settlement.
This will be the second time Mayor Jorge Elorza will discuss sanctuary cites with the Trump administration.
“Never say never,” said the former Democratic governor, a sharp critic of his successor Gina Raimondo.
Aponte is arguing that he has “absolute legislative immunity” from prosecution by the R.I. Ethics Commission.
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Chief Clements also said he wasn’t part of the final negotiations on the ordinance.
Rhode Island medicine’s merger frenzy may not be over, as Connecticut’s largest hospital group eyes the South Kingstown facility.
Mayor Elorza has already said he intends to sign the Community Safety Act into law.
A report by Treasurer Magaziner expresses concern about Providence and Woonsocket for their “exceptionally high” liabilities.
James Fuoroli, 56, had his license suspended but will be able to drive with a breathalyzer ignition interlock device installed in his truck.
The City Council is poised to vote on the Community Safety Act Thursday.
The owner of Women & Infants will also spin off long-struggling Memorial Hospital to Prime Healthcare Foundation.
The free Blackstone Valley weekly has been a notable success in Rhode Island’s beleaguered newspaper industry.
A new Brown survey of voters in Kent County shows 50% back Trump’s travel ban and 46% want a border wall.
The defendants in the lawsuit have filed a counter-suit, claiming their mom and brother took out “an illegal loan.”
Officials say they’re examining “false claims for payment for services and/or false statements in support of such payments.”
Some changes were made to the Community Safety Act. Now it heads to the full council.
The school department also won’t allow Jo-Anne Micheletti to attend a conference in Las Vegas.
Disclosing his income tax bill for the first time, Sheldon Whitehouse said he and his wife paid $121,162 in 2015.
Jo-Anne Micheletti remains a $75,000 administrator in the school department.
Aponte said he’s not convinced the city has done its due diligence on the water supply.
The question of whether students should stay home on the Christian calendar’s most somber day has been controversial.
Councilman Michael Correia believes WaterFire is taking “advantage of the taxpayers of the city.”
Aponte says the public can still have confidence in the council.
The owner of Rhode Island Hospital is trying again to take over the owner of Women & Infants, but it may not work out – again.