Mitt Romney says he’s put “considerable thought into making another run for president” — but in the end, he decided to “give other leaders …
Gov. Gina Raimondo has chosen an expert in regulatory policy from Brown University to lead the state’s Office of Regulatory Reform.
He had led the panel tasked with developing the vacant land since its creation in 2011.
The reports will spotlight financial practices at the agency, whose executive director just stepped down.
“If there’s any way you can not drive, don’t do it tonight,” Governor Raimondo told residents.
The roundup tackles the future of the PawSox, Pawtucket’s comeback, Sen. Whitehouse outfoxed and more.
Democratic Rep. Joseph McNamara says his bill is the opposite of laws that allow terminally ill patients to legally take their live.
Mayor Grebien said he’s gotten no indication the team would leave Rhode Island even if it gets sold.
They say existing laws can be used to charge people for this conduct, and giving protesters a felony record could affect them their entire l…
Neil Steinberg discusses his experience as a guest of Sen. Jack Reed at Pres. Obama’s State of the Union address.
The 43-year-old Democrat was sworn in Wednesday afternoon, becoming the state’s 55th attorney general.
The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council said in a report that the budget for the 2015 fiscal year had projected a surplus of $500,000, b…
Former Gov. Lincoln Chafee left his successor, Gov. Gina Raimondo, transition memos detailing management issues she’ll face.
Senator Lou Raptakis is proposing new legislation in light of a demonstration that tied-up traffic on I-95.
The president said CVS Health is leading the way in giving workers more opportunities to earn higher paying jobs.
Refusing to bend to the new Republican Congress, President Obama unveiled an ambitious State of the Union agenda steeped in Democratic prior…