Vault Lounge’s attorney claims the club faced “trial by ambush” and has appealed the decision.
There were 9,352 charter school applicants from Providence last year, but only 725 seats.
The Ocean State has sent at least two congressmen to the U.S. House since George Washington was president.
A growing number of international migrants offset departing domestic residents in the last year, and births outnumbered deaths.
Outgoing R.I. Department of Corrections Director A.T. Wall reflects on three decades working in the state prison system.
Investigators say Jonathan Breslin allegedly told a federal undercover agent that he contemplated drugging a child knew for sexual purposes.
The political rise of David Salvatore and John Igliozzi together was unimaginable just a few months ago.
“I think until we can figure everything out in the state, things are going to be a little tight,” a top Lifespan executive said.
A vote has been scheduled for Thursday.
The $1.6-trillion tax cut is expected to clear Congress this week and quickly be signed into law by President Trump.
Joseph Esposito also agreed to forfeit $900,000 in restitution and seized assets.
As of Nov. 1, however, only 77 people in Central Falls have signed on to receive text messages.
But the mayor says he doesn’t want the board to “undermine or interfere with public safety’s ability to investigate matters.”
As part of the deal, the union said it will withdraw a lawsuit to halt Memorial’s effort to close that was filed earlier this month.
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The two middle school students have been disciplined, according to the school department.
The state’s Supreme Court ruled Frank Corrente can continue to collect a reduced pension.
The Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals is not commenting on the reported crime.
“Rhode Island was particularly hit hard by the decline in manufacturing,” explained one of the Georgetown report’s co-authors.
While Providence has placed 72 employees on leave this school year, other districts say they aren’t seeing an increase.
The survey included a question about how Mayor Elorza would fare against deceased former Mayor Buddy Cianci.
The state now acknowledges an unknown number of Rhode Islanders have received letters false suggesting they have died.
The team offered its first extensive comments on the revised legislation released last week to help fund an $83-million stadium.
The quasi-public agency’s new president will be Jesse Saglio, who is currently its managing director.
Seventy-two school department employees have been placed on leave since September.