Gov. Gina Raimondo announced a plan Wednesday to repair the state’s crumbling bridges and roads by tolling large commercial trucks.
Eyewitness News political analyst Joe Fleming discusses Gov. Raimondo’s plan to toll large trucks to fund bridge and road repairs.
The company behind the $220-million project to redevelop an eyesore along the Providence River hasn’t secured financing yet.
The ACLU of Rhode Island is suing the state Department of Corrections director on behalf of two inmates and the women they’re not allowed to…
Gov. Raimondo announced a plan Tuesday to fund bridge repairs by tolling large commercial trucks.
The PawSox chairman – and Boston Red Sox CEO – said he’s “optimistic” the minor-league team will reach a deal with Governor Raimondo.
The state’s 6.1 percent unemployment rate in April ranked 12th in the nation.
GOP lawmakers delivered a stinging indictment of the agency, arguing that poor management is costing taxpayers money.
Leaders of both chambers are amending the proposals to $9.60 per hour, effective Jan. 1.
Governor Raimondo wants to toll large trucks to fund a new $4.8-billion program of transportation projects called “RhodeWorks.”
The Senate Labor Committee is set to vote Wednesday on legislation that would increase the state’s minimum wage to $10.10 per hour.
The inside scoop on the big I-195 land proposal, the PawSox stadium deal without Skeffington, Raimondo’s message to grads and more.
A wake was held at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul for James Skeffington, who died unexpectedly Sunday night.
The bill would prohibit medical marijuana patients and caregivers from manufacturing BHO, but it would allow compassion centers to do it wit…
It is still the law in Rhode Island, for example, that every person guilty of profane swearing and cursing shall be fined up to $5.
The hearing began Wednesday in Superior Court and is expected to last two to four more days.