WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi read the governor’s entire speech so you don’t have to – here are some important highlights.
In her major annual speech, Governor Raimondo declared that Rhode Island is “getting stronger every day.”
The mayor believes the former officer’s comments constitute “dishonorable service.”
The owner claims Councilwoman Matos and the board have interfered with his business.
District officials say they aren’t sanctioning the protest.
Donna Travis’s attorney calls the mistake inadvertent.
Communities statewide are seeing an uptick in thefts from parked cars.
An in-depth breakdown of who is eligible for the scholarship and how it all works.
Dan McGowan has this week’s RI politics roundup, including a look at politicians facing legal trouble and the governor’s State of the State.
The 55-year-old Democrat turned himself into the Rhode Island State Police barracks in Scituate Thursday after learning a warrant was issued…
The Democrat turned himself into State Police Thursday afternoon.
Maine State Police will not reopen the case of a former Bristol pastor’s first wife more than 23 years ago.
Providence hasn’t increased its local school funding since 2011.
Aponte voted in favor of a zoning change that benefited his landlord.
The treasurer is withholding more than $30,000 owed to Donoghue Barrett & Singal.
The city claims the doctor “misdiagnosed animals and incorrectly recommended euthanasia.”
Judge admonishes Ray Gallison and issues citation for “unfaithful administration” of dead man’s estate.
This weekend’s RI politics briefing tackles a possible Raimondo/Mattiello rift, doing the math on the car tax and much more.
James Morales was in prison at the same time as a man who had escaped from Wyatt in 1996.
The treasurer called it “unconscionable” to spend more than $30,000 on the firm.
An in-depth look at how the union contract was finally approved.
The increase in the so-called “municipal tip fee” was long expected, as the Johnston landfill comes closer to being full.
The changes Republicans are considering could “result in a seismic redistribution of federal spending,” two experts say.
Forced from office by a residency scandal, the Democrat gave local voters a “small gift that may help you in the future.”
Republican Chairman Brandon Bell said the Board of Elections should investigate possible coordination involving Shawna Lawton.