While state officials say they’re working hard to fix UHIP, the ACLU’s leader said, “Nobody should find that response acceptable anymore.”
An executive said the jobs are ideal for “students who need flexible hours, for parents looking for part-time work and for seniors.”
The proposal for a new $83-million stadium is expected to clear the Senate this month, but it faces longer odds in the House.
“This is going to be a challenging year,” warned House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, as the state faces a roughly $260-million deficit.
But the police department is still finalizing a policy on its gang database.
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Councilwoman Matos claims Council President Salvatore can’t undo appointments she made as acting president.
The Providence Board of Licenses is trying to shut down the controversial Federal Hill club.
The proposal would forgive $904,000 in taxes over 15 years.
The city’s use of tax stabilization agreements to incentivize development has become increasingly common in recently years.
Officials said the decision will functionally close the Pawtucket hospital, which has already sharply reduced services.
For the last two years, the Providence-based bank has been Apple’s designated lender for its iPhone Upgrade Program.
The council is accepting resumes and cover letters until Jan. 20.
A new report sheds light on Rhode Island’s recovery from the Great Recession, as well as how fast the Latino population has growing.
“Both CNE and Partners continue to work extremely hard on this complex process and remain optimistic,” the hospital groups said.
Vault Lounge is appealing a decision to take away its liquor license.
The company’s incoming CEO says the red ink was expected and largely attributable to the pending closure of Memorial Hospital.
“The health of Rhode Island’s pension fund is improving,” General Treasurer Seth Magaziner argued, citing double-digit investment gains.
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The Smithfield man was caught on surveillance ordering cocaine and heroin from the ring leaders.
The senior deputy majority leader of the council owes the state $1,282 in fines.
Underworld figure Frank “Bobo” Marrapese has died. He was in state custody.
Council President Salvatore’s views on pensions, police reform, tax breaks and more.
Councilman Salvatore has been considered a rising star in city politics for several years.
A Georgetown University research group suggests the nation’s most Catholic place is more likely somewhere in the south than Rhode Island.