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.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles the UHIP mess, Trump’s first month, the latest at the State House and more.
Rep. Charlene Lima said she wants state police and the attorney general’s office to look into Deloitte, saying she believes fraud was commit…
Expert says Russian ships off the coast of America aren’t big deal, until you combine that with other recent incidents.
Jeff Britt is one of the state’s most well-known political operatives.
Ward is fifth chairman of the Providence Democratic City Committee since 2011.
A Bristol police affidavit states suspects had made a suicide pact and never intended to get away with the crime.
The union representing state troopers is battling with A.G. Peter Kilmartin over his refusal to represent a trooper who is being sued in ass…
Mayor Elorza opposes selling the water supply to a private entity, but is open to other options.
“We needed more time, we needed more staff and we needed more training,” Raimondo adviser Eric Beane said of the benefits system.
The former lieutenant governor has come under fire over the botched rollout of the UHIP computer system.
The Republican Party alleges the speaker’s political action committee broke rules limiting how much it can spend on elections.
The company, founded by Curt Schilling, collapsed in 2012 after receiving a taxpayer-backed loan of $75 million.
The state alone paid out close to $4 million in accrued sick time payouts to retirees over the past three years.
Rhode Island College was the only college in Southern New England whose endowment fund didn’t lose money in 2015-16.
The former lieutenant governor has come under fire over problems with the state’s new $364-million computer system for benefits.
Ted’s weekend briefing on RI politics tackles Jack Reed’s anti-Trump tweet, AG Kilmartin’s future, paid sick leave and more.
Gov. Gina Raimondo said Friday she will formally ask the courts next week to release grand-jury materials from the 38 Studios criminal inves…
Meteorologists say Thursday’s storm developed so quickly it was conducive for the thunderstorm phenomenon.