One of the nation’s most prominent Republican governors will swing through Rhode Island to campaign for the party’s nominee.
John Sauro is suing the city claiming harassment over the suspension of his disability pension.
The Wall Street rating agency praised Rhode Island leaders for taking steps they say have improved state government’s fiscal health.
The chairman and vice-chairman of the City Council’s finance panel believe the shortfall could be between $15 million and $24 million.
The growing number of high-skilled workers locally could be a sign that a better economy is coming down the line, a new study argues.
A new survey is the second in recent weeks to show the Democratic U.S. Senator with a huge advantage over Republican Mark Zaccaria.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles Elorza’s momentum, Raimondo’s rough week, the other key races, two local boys made good and more.
The group never materialized after trying to raise $1 million to beat Cianci.
The years-long battle over how to develop land along Allens Avenue is becoming a hot issue in the mayoral race.
Safety regulators are looking into a petition alleging older Toyota Corollas can accelerate unexpectedly at low speeds and cause crashes.
The new analysis shows just 5% of higher-income K-3 students missed that much time.
Experts predict vicious ads and brutal mailers from Buddy Cianci and Jorge Elorza in the final six weeks of the campaign for mayor.
The U.S. attorney’s office has spent months digging into the evidence they gathered in the March raids that triggered Fox’s resignation.
Michael Corso must retroactively disclose lobbying for 38 Studios or else pay a $2,000 fine, a lawyer hired by the secretary of state ruled.
Some Samsung smartphone owners have been met with a message that keeps them from being able to make a call, take a call, or text.
On June 8, Kathy was pulling into a parking space in Bristol when she said her Corolla suddenly lurched forward, hitting a parked car.
Despite deadline, no decision in lobby hearings focused on providence attorney Michael Corso.
The son of reputed capo regime Anthony “The Saint” St. Laurent has been moved to his father’s prison.
About $600 million in backlogged improvements have built up in the three years since lawmakers approved the continued freeze.
The auto club said that Donna Carbone’s family has used the service 30 times in the past three years, while on average members use only one …
A health issue caused Aaron Cook to have part of his leg amputated, and he and his daughter learned one of its drawbacks the hard way.
Rhode Island police officers have been involved in 14 shootings since 2009, but a third of those cases happened this year.
Union president asked the teachers to skip convocation because an agreement for a new contract hasn’t been reached.
Target 12 fact check on latest campaign ad claiming state wastes millions on paper timesheets.
Smiley’s decision could change the dynamic of the Providence mayoral race.