Providence City Council President David Salvatore on city finances, pensions, education, public safety and more.
“Providence is not the same,” the GOP gubernatorial hopeful charged, leading the Democratic incumbent’s team to compare him with President T…
The longtime Republican stunned Rhode Island’s political class when he announced he was running for governor as an independent.
State Rep. Robert Nardolillo said he will propose a bill eliminating the requirement for cars to have front plates.
The former longtime lawmaker talks about why he left the Republican Party to run as an independent for governor.
Fung is facing at least two potential challengers in the GOP primary, House Minority Leader Patricia Morgan and businessman Giovanni Feroce.
The Democratic congressman discusses immigration, tax cuts, PawSox and more.
Rhode Island will hold its primary on Wednesday, Sept. 12, while Massachusetts will hold its primary the day after Labor Day.
A political roundtable examines the issues lawmakers will be facing going into the 2018 legislative session.
Polls closed around 8 p.m. in the race to fill the Senate seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Republican candidate for governor and House Minority Leader Patricia Morgan joined Newsmakers to discuss next year’s race for governor.
GOP candidate for governor Patricia Morgan weighs in on statewide issues.
Tim White, Ted Nesi, Joe Fleming, Lisa Pelosi and Cara Cromwell discuss the upcoming 2018 campaign season in Rhode Island.
Mayor Elect Paul Heroux said his resignation will be effective starting January 2, 2018.
U.S. Senate candidate Robert Flanders said he is confident he can win over Rhode Island and unseat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.
Mocking his opponent as “Silver-Spoon Sheldon,” the former high-court justice promised to be “an independent-minded Republican.”
The former RI Supreme Court Associate Justice will kick off his campaign Thursday.
Voters overwhelmingly approved changes Tuesday to transfer power from a City Council-appointed city manager to a full-time elected mayor.
State Rep. Paul Heroux unseated incumbent Attleboro Mayor Kevin Dumas with 54% of the vote.
The Board of Canvassers said unofficial results were 1,658 to 474 in favor of the bond referendum.
Mitchell, a former assistant U.S. attorney, will start his fourth two-year term in January after defeating police officer Charlie Perry.
Correia, the youngest mayor in city history when he won two years ago, defeated Councilwoman Linda Pereira.
The Democratic state representative defeated seven-term incumbent Kevin Dumas. He will be sworn in for a two-year term in January.
Voters in Southeastern Massachusetts are out in full force as they head to the polling places to select their local leaders.
The incumbent mayors of New Bedford, Fall River and Attleboro are all facing challengers.