The race for RI governor is heating up as two candidates, Gina Raimondo and Allan Fung, have launched their first television commercials.
Nesi’s Notes: A 1978 book discussing Rhode Island’s economic problems sounds surprisingly – and depressingly – familiar in 2014.
The request had given ammunition to critics who want to scrap the state-run Obamacare marketplace and switch to HealthCare.gov.
The four Democrats are taking a cautious approach to the issue of jettisoning HealthSource RI for the federal Obamacare marketplace.
U.S. Sens. Jack Reed and Barbara Mikulski are scheduled to visit the T.F. Green Airport to see changes underway and meet with state and loca…
Ted’s weekend roundup tackles Mattiello blocking 38 Studios subpoenas, a budget shortfall, Licht, jobless benefits and much more.
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – This week on Newsmakers: Director of Administration Richard Licht. Just one day after Gov. Lincoln Chafee nom…
The head of Rhode Island’s Obamacare marketplace urged lawmakers not to hand it off to the federal government.
Rhode Island’s VA has received a clean bill of health after two audits of the facility’s procedures in the wake of a national scandal.
Finance officials say Rhode Island lawmakers are facing an estimated $67 million budget hole for the coming fiscal year due largely to highe…
Murphy paid a previously undisclosed visit to Curt Schilling’s company the year before it came to former Gov. Carcieri’s attention.
The former House speaker continued fighting a request for him to provide documents as part of the state’s 38 Studios lawsuit.
Rhode Island has rehired a financial adviser that it is suing for fraud and legal malpractice in connection with the failed 38 Studios deal.
Union president Phil Keefe said SEIU Local 580 had never before voted down a proposed contract in his 32 years as a member.
“I really do not think we should highlight the fact that we might be under capitalized…wont go over well,” the vice-chairman wrote.
Judge Silverstein said both sides are making disclosures in court in an apparent effort to sway public opinion about the case.
The weekend roundup tackles Ken Block’s momentum, Rhode Island’s debt problem, good jobs news, Mattiello and NECAP, and more.
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – This week on Newsmakers: GOP candidate for governor Ken Block. Earlier this week Gov. Lincoln Chafee lashed o…
An election is just months away, and Chafee, who is not seeking reelection, is at odds with both Republican gubernatorial candidates.
Research shows patients who receive palliative care have reduced symptoms, less pain and nausea, and live a longer life.
As analysts are set to brief lawmakers about the possibility of a 38 Studios default, Chafee stated the importance of paying the obligation.
Three local publishing executives and a prominent real-estate investor say they’re “in the hunt” to take over The Providence Journal.
A new exhibit is offering Rhode Islanders a trip down memory lane by showcasing the history of recreation in the Ocean State.
The weekend roundup tackles all the 38 Studios revelations, Rhode Island doing better than Massachusetts, “2 Broke Girls” and more.
The Nigerian Community of Rhode Island is holding a rally at the State House Friday at 5 p.m.