State leaders will have far less money to spend than they expected as they put together the new state budget in the coming weeks.
The long-serving Providence Democrat has been been the target of a campaign finance investigation.
Bethany Rossi was fired by the city on April 14.
Rhode Island’s senior senator again called for an independent special prosecutor to take over the investigation of Trump and Russia.
SEIU 1199, which represents 2,200 workers at Women & Infants and Butler, said recently announced layoffs are a bad move.
The town will freeze cost-of-living adjustments for five years and increase contributions to its underfunded retirement fund.
A special election to replace Councilman Jackson will be held this summer.
Commissioner Wagner’s State of Education address highlighted a wide array of programs in schools.
Taxpayers are on the hook for special elections and legal challenges.
The building’s owner, High Rock Development, sued in 2013 after the bank decided to move its workers out of the downtown landmark.
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With 10 votes to support the ban, the council may have the ability to override the mayor’s veto.
Rhode Island’s No. 2 hospital group, which owns Women & Infants and Memorial, had expected to lose less than $5 million.
Wood was a longtime top aide to former lieutenant governor and health secretary Elizabeth Roberts.
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The speaker has promised to eliminate the $220-million-a-year tax over five years, but hasn’t provided details yet.
The SUV prosecutors say was used in a Boston double murder has been removed from the auction website.
The City Council must now set a special election in the next 90 days.
The speaker’s opposition forces Providence back to the drawing board.
The first-term Democrat, up for re-election next year, reported raising $83,000 from January through March.
The first-term Democratic governor continues to raise much more money than most Rhode Island politicians.
“Our approach is to move as aggressively as we can but not any faster than that,” the state leader in charge said.
Ten years after its passage, most street racing charges are dismissed or amended as part of a plea deal.
GOP Chairman Brandon Bell says the legislation could lead to higher water bills across the state.
But the number of units authorized was still less than half what it was in 2005, during the height of the housing boom.