The former House speaker donated more than $90,000 to charities, but he may be able to use one of his political accounts for legal fees.
A woman who was stabbed to death on a RIPTA bus feared the alleged attacker, according to court documents.
The city hires private detective to investigate employees and retirees it believes are committing fraud.
The city has finally settled a years-long battle with the federal government over a taxpayer-funded loan program.
Federal safety regulators are towing the couple’s Toyota Corolla to Ohio so engineers can test for possible unintended acceleration.
Records indicate red ink started flowing from the Coventry fire district’s budget years ago.
The Coventry Fire District board has voted to hire longtime attorney William Harsch to run an independent investigation into possible misconduct by Fire Chief Paul Labbadia.
Fire Chief Paul Labbadia was suspended with pay during an emergency meeting on Nov. 3 in the wake of a months-long Target 12 undercover investigation that raised serious questions over a lack of accountability and public safety concerns about the chief.
Mafia capo regime returns to Rhode Island from federal prison to face state charges.
Licensed salvage yard owners complain the state is doing little to crack down on illegal operators.
A Providence woman’s long journey to remove her father’s remains from the condemned Roger Williams Park mausoleum came to an end Monday as he was laid to rest at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Exeter.
Cash is allegedly missing from an evidence locker in a case involving a now-suspended Providence police officer.
Hundreds of bodies laid to rest in the Roger Williams Park Mausoleum, but their families are locked out – unable to be near because the building is on the verge of collapsing.