The R.I. State Police are seeking applicants for an academy class set to begin next year.
An internal dispute over procedure has held up a $36,000 payment to Government Strategies Inc. for months.
The location on Pawtucket Avenue in East Providence will be the first to close since the retailer announced its decision to shut down.
The buyer and Rep. Jared Nunes have polar opposite recollections of what was said during the purchasing process.
The Rhode Island veteran suicide rate is lower than the regional rate, but still about double the rate for the rest of the state’s residents…
The measure, already approved by lawmakers, would make it so bail bondsmen are only held liable for 10% of bail if a defendant is a no-show.
Violent crime was up in five of New England’s eight largest cities, mirroring a national trend.
“I have a 30-year career in public service, and I want to see Rhode Island prosper,” the one-term governor said Monday.
“It is a symbol to the rest of the world that Rhode Island has momentum,” Governor Raimondo declared.
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The Fortune 100 company already planted roots in the Ocean State with a health technology center office that employs roughly 40 workers so f…
State officials say they are on track for the first toll to be erected by the end of December, but opponents say that’s wishful thinking.
Eight of the 11 workers placed on leave have already been cleared by DCYF.
Mayor Elorza initially said 100% would go to charities, but he was not counting transaction fees.
“The Young Lady at Home” was due Nov. 21, 1938, during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt and before World War II.
Rhode Island’s senior senator argued Tuesday voting is an outdated concept put in place to help farmers in the 1800s.
The bill, sponsored by Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, is a new attempt to repeal and replace President Obama’s health law.
The groundbreaking will be a milestone for the old highway land, which has remained mostly unused for years.
After consulting with federal officials, the next batch of blue RhodeWorks signs will remove the governor’s name.
The union’s president said Rhode Island’s statewide daily is down to 16 news reporters due to layoffs and buyouts.
Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare said he doesn’t have a timeline for when a new chief could start.
The House and Senate took up unfinished business left over after their June breakdown about the budget.
Senate President Dominick Ruggerio told reporters the bill was too “controversial” and needed further study.
The House and Senate are taking up unfinished business left over after the June meltdown over the budget.
Former Councilman Kevin Jackson was charged in 2016 and recalled from office in May.