Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo delivered her third State of the State address Tuesday night.
The first-term Democrat trumpeted “progress” in the annual speech, as her GOP challengers quickly tried to poke holes in her message.
R.I. Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey are among those participating in the lawsuit.
There was no word as of mid-afternoon Tuesday about why the authorities had been at Republican Nicholas Kettle’s home.
The governor said she will “be talking about how far we’ve come – but also how much further we still need to go.”
West Warwick-based Dryvit employs roughly 150 people locally, but its CEO is unhappy its product is banned in downtown Providence.
Sen. Jack Reed called Friday for a massive school infrastructure boosting program.
Senate President Dominick Ruggerio charges that House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello “routinely obstructs the operations of the Senate.”
Two foundations are supporting the retreat through $95,000 in grants.
The Democratic congressman discusses immigration, tax cuts, PawSox and more.
Trump on Friday denied using vulgar language.
The proposal may come as welcome news to “snowbirds” who leave the state during the winter months.
Care New England, parent of Women & Infants, is Rhode Island’s second-largest hospital system and one of its largest employers.
Wednesday, state reps in Rhode Island were given the opportunity to take part in sexual harassment training.
“I think this is an important first step in providing comprehensive sexual harassment training, I hope it’s not the last step,” Rep. Teresa …
The veteran Pawtucket senator unexpectedly announced his immediate resignation on Tuesday, saying he is battling alcoholism.
“We have to really do something about this,” Rep. Lauren Carson argued, saying she’s receiving mounting complaints from her constituents.
The legislation will coincide with a bill introduced by Senator Maryellen Goodwin. Nardolillo said he hopes to introduce the bill to the hou…
A new bill released in the Senate last month tweaked the deal for the $83 million ballpark at the former Apex site.
The Pawtucket Democrat, son of a longtime former city mayor, was first elected to the Senate in 2004.
Rhode Island now has representation on all three of the committees Senate Democrats have identified as the most powerful.
Rhode Island’s lawmakers for the first time are being urged to attend sexual harassment training.
States across the nation are looking for new sources of revenue, and adding or expanding gambling is seen as an attractive option for many.
Rhode Island will hold its primary on Wednesday, Sept. 12, while Massachusetts will hold its primary the day after Labor Day.
A utility in Massachusetts has already announced it will pass along some of its millions of dollars in tax savings to customers.