Former Bristol state representative Ray Gallison’s official prison release date is March 21, 2021.
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State lottery data shows sales of Powerball tickets have dropped from nearly $49 million to just $29 million since 2008.
The plan to extend the RGGI cap-and-trade system would slash carbon emissions from power plants in the Northeast 65% by 2035.
The owner of Women & Infants has lost $46 million so far this fiscal year, as it tries to join forces with Massachusetts’ biggest hospital g…
Nicholas Hemond said the intent of the mandatory reporting law is good, but it needs clarity.
The former theology teacher claims he was fired for blowing the whistle on another teacher.
A document reviewed by Eyewitness News shows the plan is paying out $10 million a year in benefits yet receiving no new contributions.
Violet LeMar faces a misdemeanor charge for failing to contact DCYF.
Court records indicate the defendants in the federal lawsuit are scheduled to respond to the initial filing next month.
None of the employees contacted the R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families as required by state law.
Former Local 1339 President Jo-Anne Micheletti is accused of stealing from her union.
“No administration has been required to address a [savings] goal of this magnitude since 2010,” a top aide said in a memo.
Rhode Island’s two congressmen are among 79 Democrats co-sponsoring a resolution of censure over his Charlottesville comments.
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The Unified Health Infrastructure Project, which launched disastrously last fall, is the most expensive IT project in Rhode Island history.
The city said there was concern the changes “may inadvertently signal a reduced commitment to multilingual studies.”
U.S. District Judge William Smith argued there are “many, many horror stories” about defendants receiving sentences that were too harsh.
U.S. District Chief Judge William Smith insists the data from the sentencing commission does not indicate the state’s federal judges are len…
The city is dropping its foreign language requirement, but some colleges still want students to take those courses.
The state’s health insurance commissioner said consumers would save $16.7 million because her office reduced the size of the increases.
Eugene Chin claims he was not promoted because he is Chinese-American and had a disability.
Democrat LaFortune will succeed longtime Councilman Kevin Jackson, who was recalled from office in May.
According to court documents, the suspect bragged to federal agents that he sold some of the goods he bought to drug dealers.
The former House speaker returned to Rhode Island for the first time in more than two years.