Ted’s roundup tackles
The advocacy group called on Rhode Island’s top prosecutor to take action after finding dozens of alleged violations of the state’s open-records law.
Rhode Island’s governor-elect will head to Boston as a show of support for her Massachusetts counterpart, and he’s aiming to return the favor.
Gov. Chafee is preparing to end another chapter, after spending the past four years as Rhode Island’s 74th governor.
Justice Procaccini ruled that the secretary of state’s office abused the judiciary for political reasons while investigating alleged lobbying violation related to 38 Studios.
The gov-elect says Stefan Pryor has the experience and drive to help her lead the state’s comeback.
Polls will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The voters are deciding whether or not to recall Mayor Will Flanagan and, if so, who should sit in his office on the sixth floor of Government Center.
Weeks before Rhode Island’s Governor-Elect Gina Raimondo takes office, she’s bringing together some of the brightest minds in local business, in search of ideas to jump start the state’s struggling economy.
The program hopes to recruit and train 350 workers – many who have been out of work for a long time – over the next four years.
Mayor-elect Jorge Elorza announced on Monday his One Providence Inaugural Weekend – an exciting program of inaugural events to showcase Providence, promote community service and celebrate the occasion as Elorza takes the oath of office as Providence’s 38th Mayor on Monday, January 5, 2015.
Ted’s roundup tackles RhodeMap RI, Angel Taveras’s legacy (and future), M. Charles Bakst’s memories of Lila Sapinsley, good news on the RI economy and more.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said if the plan intends to set the direction for the state, then it needs the support of all Rhode Islanders.
More than a month after state and local races were decided on Election Day, voters in Fall River will head back to the polls next week for a recall election.
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras’ exit interview on Newsmakers.
Eyewitness News is taking a look at the candidates in the special election to recall Fall River Mayor William Flanagan. See where each candidate stands, plus vital polling information.
Raptakis believes this plan steers away the powers of elected officials in local cities and towns. Instead, it directs the authority to the state and federal levels.