Fung and Block went head-to-head in a debate at WPRO radio with less than three weeks before the September primary.
Each of the top three democratic candidates found something to like in the WPRI 12/Providence Journal Campaign 2014 Poll, and all of them cl…
Mayor Allan Fung said this is the third year in a row his city has ended the fiscal year in the black.
The exclusive new survey reveals Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has slipped to second place in the Democratic primary for governor.
Since 2008, the charity has spent no more than 2.7 percent of its assets annually on scholarships, and as little as 1.7 percent.
The exclusive new survey reveals local Democratic primary voters' favorites for treasurer, lieutenant governor and secretary of state.
Here's the interactive breakdown of our Exclusive WPRI 12/Providence Journal Campaign 2014 August Poll Results.
Chris Wall, a Democratic candidate running an aggressive campaign for Rhode Island Senate, is getting some deep-pocketed help.
Tune in at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 26 for the live WPRI 12/Journal debate between Democrats Angel Taveras, Gina Raimondo, and Clay Pell.
Trillium's CEO is strongly defending his ex-employee's investment credentials, which have been attacked in the race for treasurer.
Former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci could benefit if the unions decide against endorsing a Democrat in the race.
Ted's weekly news roundup tackles Fung's bad week, Kennedy's attack on Pell, who else is winning, veterans, depression and more.
Democrats Ferri, a candidate for lieutenant governor, and Fecteau, a candidate for U.S. House, discuss their primary campaigns.
The judge handling organized labor's sprawling challenge to the state's 2011 pension law said some municipalities are defendants.
Solomon wants to increase the car tax exemption to $2,000, but said he's facing "desperate attacks" from his opponents.
The Democratic mayoral candidate Michael said he would need approval from state lawmakers to make his goal a reality.