Cranston Mayor Allan Fung has been working since he was 9 years old. Now, he thinks he’s ready to be RI’s next governor.
Gov. Lincoln Chafee announced the launch of the state’s new online job application website on Wednesday.
“I grew up seeing the difference that one can make in public service and seeing what an incredible place this state is,” Pell said.
The Democrat wants Providence to spend millions on a public network to compete with existing Internet providers.
“Good ideas need to reach government, and we need new leadership,” Giroux said.
John Sides, one of the nation’s top political scientists, tells WPRI.com’s Ted Nesi what research shows actually changes voters’ minds.
Ted’s news roundup tackles Mattiello on tax hikes, CVS moving overseas, Karen MacBeth’s future, the GOP, Yawgoog and more.
The mayor called the the tax break “irresponsible and ill-conceived” because of the projected $6.6 million shortfall it would create.
As the state’s general treasurer and the only female candidate for RI Governor, Gina Raimondo is first a wife, mother, and daughter.
RI House Speaker asked about “certain individuals” in 38 Studios deal by state police.
This week on Newsmakers: Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, D-Cranston.
The U.S. transportation secretary is in RI to discuss how projects in the state could be affected if a federal fund runs out of money.
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras and his wife Farah shared that they are expecting their second child in December.
The secretary of state is examining whether former state Rep. Ray Rickman violated the law by loaning money to the ex-speaker.
The Cumberland mayor, a candidate for lieutenant governor, says his opponent isn’t who should examine possible wrongdoing.
The use of standardized tests as a high school graduation requirement will be pushed back to 2017 under legislation that has passed into law…
Straight-ticket voting will no longer be an option on Rhode Island ballots starting next year under legislation signed by Gov. Lincoln Chafe…
Taveras’s campaign attacked Raimondo over her hedge-fund adviser, then came under criticism from that firm’s CEO for bad facts.
Massachusetts House and Senate negotiators have released a final compromise version of a bill overhauling compounding pharmacies.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles all aspects of the Cianci comeback, why Fung and Magaziner are feeling confident, and much more.
A political roundtable discusses Buddy Cianci’s announcement that he’s running for mayor of Providence.
The Cranston mayor was part of a slate of GOP candidates who received formal endorsements ahead of the September primary.
In an email to senators, President Teresa Paiva Weed said there will be a Monday afternoon session to reconsider legislation that outlined t…
Cianci signed a decree in 1991 that forced Providence to give municipal retirees costly annual pension increases of 5% and 6%.
Dozens of General Assembly races are effectively over before a single ballot is cast because no one else filed to run for the seat.