AFSCME Council 94 has approved the proposed settlement, but it remains unclear what will happen next in the high-stakes suit.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, the wily Nevadan who dominated the Senate for a decade from the minority to the majority and back again…
The former Supreme Court justice and the Common Cause chief discuss the secrecy surrounding a proposal to settle the pension lawsuit.
This year alone in Providence there has been three cases of human trafficking, which has resulted in four arrests. And one arrest each in Ea…
Lawyers for the public employees and retirees who are suing and the state’s attorneys returned to court in Providence for pretrial motions.
The mayor discussed business development, increased activity at the city’s port, and school reforms, among other things.
The Newport City Council has voted to oppose Gov. Gina Raimondo’s proposed luxury tax on second homes valued at more than $1 million and who…
A House committee will consider Rep. Teresa Tanzi’s bill to raise the age from 18 on Wednesday.
A leaked letter from the state’s actuaries lays out how much more taxpayers will pay if all sides agree to settle the high-stakes lawsuit.
A union representing engineers at RIDOT and the DEM reportedly voted to reject the proposal on Monday night.
Robert Walsh, a top executive at Rhode Island’s biggest teachers’ union, told his members their prospects are getting worse.
The Senate Housing and Municipal Government Committee are scheduled to meet and discuss the bill Wednesday afternoon.
The ACLU of Rhode Island is requesting that the gag order issued in the pension settlement case be lifted now that a vote is underway for a …
The Kissing Sailor will be honored Thursday by the Rhode Island House of Representatives.
The settlement still needs to be approved by current workers, a judge and lawmakers to avoid a trial over the state’s 2011 overhaul.
Sen. Ted Cruz showed he was a candidate in a hurry early Monday morning, announcing his presidential candidacy on Twitter just after midnigh…