“We are bullish on Rhode Island,” declared the author of a study about the state’s potential commissioned by Governor Raimondo.
South Kingstown police explain why the hate crime statute does not apply to the Thomas Giese case.
A major new study warns Rhode Island “will continue to see its standard of living decline” unless significant changes happen.
The inside scoop about how Rhode Island wooed GE, Governor Raimondo’s elite connections, truck tolls, 38 Studios and more.
Spokesperson for House Speaker says RhodeWorks legislation has been pushed back until at least next month.
“It’s still being actively pursued, but we’re not too far from coming to a conclusion,” the leader of the Rhode Island State Police said.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed with updates on the controversial plan to toll truckers.
Rhode Island could consider changes to funding for charter schools, English language learners, special needs and more.
“Rhode Island’s was one of the strongest pitches of any state’s, and they were a finalist,” a company spokesman revealed.
The company considered Rhode Island for its new corporate headquarters but has instead decided to move to Boston.
Raimondo will attend a high-profile annual event that draws the global elite to debate and network at an Alpine ski resort.
Councilman David Salvatore recently left his job as a House policy analyst for a position with the Rhode Island Association of Realtors.
IHS Global Insight warned that toll revenue was likely to fall short unless the rate is doubled to $40 to $50 per trip.
Drop in revenue blamed on more rollover jackpots in recent years.
The auto club polled its members as legislative leaders prepare to take up Governor Raimondo’s transportation proposal.
From school funding to charter schools to testing, School Board Vice President Nicholas Hemond gives his opinion on Providence schools.
The inside scoop about Governor Raimondo’s truck toll proposal, why Republicans are happy, Mayor Elorza’s school problems and more.
The Johnston School District student activity account brought in close $250,000 last school year.
The number of vehicle miles traveled in the state has dropped by more than 1 billion, despite the economic recovery.
City officials must come up with a plan to reduce a $13.4-million cumulative shortfall in the coming years.
The city is paying an outside law firm $230 per hour to handle its battle with the firefighters.
The Republican Senate leader’s future has been a hot topic at the State House in the wake of Tuesday’s election results.
Concern over stricter laws and recent shootings spur gun sales in Rhode Island.
Keith Oliveira was not expected to be re-elected as president of the board this month.
The city currently pays National Grid $138 per light for maintenance. By purchasing the streetlights, it will pay $25 per light.