The 60 hires came from a final pool of 240 who were chiseled out of more than 2,000 applicants.
The historic home on the CCRI campus was used as the college president’s residence for a half century, but changes are in store.
State Rep. Bobby Nardolillo criticized Rhode Island’s Democratic junior senator for his vote against President Trump’s nominee.
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According to data released Friday afternoon, the number of pending applications is fewer than 14,000.
The governor said “undeniable progress” is being made in fixing the problem-plagued computer system for benefits.
Cities and towns manage 34 independent municipal pension plans, and their combined shortfall is estimated at $2.5 billion.
The $364-million, Deloitte-built computer system has been riddled with defects that have affected health care and benefits.
The mayor said he is still seeking clarity on President Trumps’ immigration polices.
The mayor says he is seeking more clarity on sanctuary cities.
Councilors think the $400,000 should go to a program that addresses home repairs instead.
William Conley will lead the Senate Finance Committee and Erin Lynch Prata will lead the Senate Judiciary Committee.
At this time, the police union does not plan on demanding that the recruit in question be removed from the academy.
The VAMC stands behind their care, but the widow cites a document that indicates “Carcinoma of Lung” was an active problem.
The capital city receives more than $600,000 in DOJ grants each year.
Robin Muksian held the COO position for less than seven months,
John Ouimette, a longtime organized crime figure who was accused of masterminding the largest heist in state history, has died.
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Providence’s public safety commissioner acknowledges there are police academy recruits who do not have spotless records.
The City Council rarely blocks mayoral appointees from getting jobs in Providence.
A council advising Mayor Elorza has released a plan for targeting gun crimes.
The 68-year-old North Providence Democrat is the longest-serving member of the General Assembly.
Violent crime may be down, but police are finding more guns than ever.
Officials argue the GOP plan will cut hundreds of millions of dollars in funding and make insurance more expensive for older residents.
Long-serving North Providence Democrat Dominick Ruggerio is expected to succeed her as the Senate’s leader.