It is crucial for our fire departments to attain and maintain 24-hour protection of the public,” U.S. Sen. Reed said.
Ian Prior grew up in East Greenwich before working in Washington D.C.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics.
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea is reviewing the latest request from president’s voter commission.
The president tweeted his decision after a speech in New York in which he lavishly praised Kelly’s performance at Homeland Security.
Baker strongly opposed the ballot question, but says he’s committed to carrying out the will of voters to establish a legal market for the d…
The first-term Democrat discusses the integrity of the state’s voting process and President Trump’s commission.
Rep. Nardolillo called on Governor Raimondo to investigate the Thomas C. Slater Training School.
Rhode Island’s lawmakers in Washington called the defeat of efforts to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act a “win.”
The Senate early Friday rejected a measure to repeal parts of former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
A violent incident at the Cranston facility Wednesday night sent four staff members and two juvenile residents to the hospital.
The governor will be taking questions from members of the public in a one-on-one environment.
In an impromptu CNN interview, Anthony Scaramucci went after chief of staff Reince Priebus in graphic terms.
Rhode Island has been without a new state budget since July 1.
A top State House staffer says his tuition perk was “afforded to everybody” – but he is the only member of his union who got it.
The pension fund, which pays for the retirement benefits of state and local workers, totaled $8 billion as of June 30.
Local reaction to President Trump’s decision to reinstate a ban on transgender people serving in the military has been overwhelmingly negati…
Seven Republicans joined all Democrats Wednesday in a 45-55 vote defeating the plan.
The 46-story tower would be constructed on the land left vacant by the relocation of I-195.
Yellen has declined to say whether she wants to serve another term.
The report also unearthed 225 Rhode Island voters registered at non-residential addresses, such as post offices and police stations.
But the lead advocate for the nation’s airports praised Rhode Island’s senator for “real leadership and meaningful action.”
His intensifying criticism has fueled speculation that the attorney general may step down even if the president stops short of firing him.
Spokesman Larry Berman says the meeting was brief and the two Democratic leaders “expect to meet again in the near future.”
Teresa Paiva Weed made it clear that Rhode Island hospitals will never turn patients away, but caring for patients without insurance would b…