The order calls for four defendants to pay $12.5 million for their respective roles in putting together the controversial deal.
Nine-member team from state police will comb through 38 Studios material.
Speaker Mattiello confirmed he encouraged the governor to hire the newly retired lawmaker despite the so-called “revolving-door” law.
The city is expected to appeal Judge Jeffrey Lanphear’s decision.
It was 19 years ago that Rhode Island officials launched a major push to woo the New England Patriots to Providence.
Elorza will stump for Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch, who is locked in a close race with that city’s former mayor.
Medicare bidding process changes may be at the center of the closure of local medical suppliers.
The speaker said scrutinizing UHIP “has been difficult because the numbers have been changing and they are not final.”
The minor-league team attracted just 466,600 fans to its games at McCoy this year as its owners pushed a move to Providence.
A hearing has been scheduled for next week on any requests to withhold 38 Studios documents.
The Unified Health Infrastructure Project (UHIP), a computer system for public assistance programs, has seen its budget nearly triple.
The clerk of superior court says staff has processed 18,000 pages from the case so far.
A Providence Police department tragedy from 15 years ago prompted a protocol that will be used in the Sunday morning death of a local man.
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For almost a decade, Kyle Maloney’s food and other supplies were delivered by Warwick based Vanguard Home Medical.
Congressman Cicilline has filed legislation extending anti-discrimination rights to LGBT community
A top Brown administrator informed the team this week that the school had no interest in further discussions right now.
Mayor Jorge Elorza said the proposed streetcar “doesn’t register on the high end” of his priorities.
PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino needs to examine whether the proposed ballpark “is still affordable,” a spokeswoman said.
Rhode Island’s junior congressman sent a letter to Obama this week asking for details on how the deal will impact Israel.
Johanna Harris wants the city to pay her nearly $18,000 for legal fees stemming from an ethics investigation.
The state’s 529 college savings plan, now one of the largest in the country, brings in $8 million a year for local scholarships.
One of the contractors working on the Bryant athletic facility is facing a fine for an unrelated, recent accident.
Mayor Elorza said he would consider moving to 24-hour shifts if the firefighters agree.
Elorza raised money while his taxpayer-funded vehicle was parked outside the office he used to make fundraising calls.