The bill would grant developers on the vacant former highway land tax breaks without city approval.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello holds the fate of Gov. Gina Raimondo’s sweeping proposal for bridge repairs in his hands.
With state lawmakers considering big changes to charter schools, here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know.
State leaders’ final decision on how high to raise the wage in 2016 fits one prominent economist’s prescription – almost to the cent.
The Insurance Service Organization dropped the CCFD to a 10, but the district board chairman is fighting the rating.
Providence is being asked to transfer control over special tax deals to an unelected state board.
From the state budget to the battle over charter schools, here’s an inside look at the key issues facing Rhode Island.
Target 12 uncovers yet another fire protection issue for Coventry home and business owners.
There are more than three dozen taxing fire districts in the state.
With lagging passenger numbers, international flights may boost numbers at T.F. Green.
The taxpayer-funded loans would be cleared from the Providence Economic Development Partnership’s loan portfolio.
The controversial proposals were left out of the $8.67 billion state budget, which was approved by the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday.
The revised proposal adds $120 million by refinancing the state’s debt and offers tax rebates to local truckers.
Here’s a cheat sheet breaking down some of the key provisions in the state’s new $8.67-billion tax-and-spending plan.
Veteran State House observers – and legislators themselves – were stunned by the extraordinarily quick and uneventful debate.
The tax-and-spending plan, expected to win approval, would offer new tax breaks to businesses and senior citizens, among others.
The firefighters say they want to reach an agreement over pay structure before the mayor moves the department to three platoons.
Rhode Island’s House Republicans offered an alternative Monday that would rely on money from quasi-public agencies to fund bridge repairs.
The inside scoop on Raimondo’s winning week, Mattiello’s growing power, Fatima Hospital’s future, what Hillary said in R.I. and more.
Gordon Fox is the ninth Rhode Island elected official sent to prison over the past five years, and all but two were prosecuted under the fed…
The state’s top federal prosecutor said the case against former House Speaker Gordon Fox cataloged financial misdeeds dating back to 2008 be…
The bill that appeared to be on the fast track earlier this week fizzled without ever coming to a vote.
Any bribery charges against the owners of Shark Bar & Grille would come from the state because the federal statute of limitations has expire…
The $696.1-million budget includes no tax increase, but does increase licensing fees and building permits by 10%
Lawmakers are set to create a suite of new economic development programs the governor says will boost job growth. Here’s a breakdown.