Providence could face cash flow problems if the budget is delayed by the City Council.
The 27-year-old founder of the right-leaning legal group’s new local chapter predicts it’s “going to pack a big punch for a little state.”
The mayor’s office expects a bond refinancing will help balance the budget for this year.
Rhode Island remains the nation’s most Catholic state by far, but one in five residents now identify with no religion, a new poll shows.
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Patrick Churchville is accused of running a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of $11 million.
Fewer than 25% of the General Assembly was willing to release their campaign bank statements.
The governor said the tax isn’t needed now that new revenue estimates have put the state $173 million ahead of expectations.
The audit suggests the staffing structure in Providence’s central school office “is a holdover from old ways of doing business.”
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Kevin Maynard, of Charlestown, was a cemetery specialist at the Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Exeter.
Rhode Island lawmakers got a very early Christmas present on Friday: significantly more money to spend as they write a budget this spring.
Former state sen. John Celona went behind closed doors to seek a reduction in fines, totaling $178k.
The cameras – which then-Mayor David Cicilline projected would bring in $2 million in revenue – actually lost the city money last year.
The Rhode Island lawmaker joined other House Democrats who’ve expressed frustration at being stuck in the minority.
The three-year deal includes small raises in each year, but eliminates a proposed performance pay system teachers said was too vague.
According to the affidavit, Kevin Maynard told investigators “he knew gravestones marked for destruction were to be taken to a facility that…
For years Target 12 has been examining the “100K Club” in various public payrolls including the state, Providence, Cranston and quasi-public…
The foundation wants to conduct an independent study on the benefits and risks moving toward a universal contract for teachers.
The education commissioner is using vacation and personal days to transition to her new job in Tulsa.
Superintendents remain concerned that falling under 95% participation rates could result in penalties for certain schools.
While the headstones were replaced for various reasons, VA policy calls for their destruction out of respect for the veterans.
CEO Angus Davis declined to say how many employees lost their jobs, but said the changes are part of an organizational shift.
Ticket sales spiked after the 1999 renovation and Boston’s first two World Series victories, but fewer fans have been showing up recently.
Rhode Island taxpayers have made another multimillion-dollar payment to investors who bought debt used by Curt Schilling’s company.