Wright’s defense attorney called him “a complete loser” who was playing games, as opposed to an important part of a dangerous plot.
State officials say they are on track for the first toll to be erected by the end of December, but opponents say that’s wishful thinking.
Even a smaller storm is a reminder of the ten-year fight involving the Ocean Mist that seems to finally be coming to an end.
After consulting with federal officials, the next batch of blue RhodeWorks signs will remove the governor’s name.
Former Councilman Kevin Jackson was charged in 2016 and recalled from office in May.
Marapese is currently serving a nine year sentence for racketeering and extortion.
The North Kingstown nephew of a Medal of Honor recipient is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
With items flying off the shelves, some of the retailer’s 31 locations could shut their doors sooner rather than later, a company co-owner s…
Benny’s co-owner Arnold Bromberg discusses why they decided to close the iconic retail store.
Target 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell sits down with the governor one year after the problem-plagued UHIP system was launched.
Court documents and interviews with people who knew Travis Frink paint a picture of a man whose life was often in turmoil.
Rhode Island’s Health Department director said she hopes the total number of fatal overdoses will plateau this year.
The image that sticks in my head isn’t an image at all. It’s about sound, as in mostly muffled silence.
The head of the state’s emergency management agency said a major storm would trigger the mandatory evacuation of 21 Rhode Island communities…
The head of the R.I. Department of Health discusses hospital mergers and the director of RIEMA on the state’s hurricane preparedness.
A state consultant’s report on school building conditions will be released next week.
Results of an assessment of the state’s public schools are expected to be released later this month.
Ken Wagner, the state’s education commissioner, discusses PARCC results and the upcoming school year.
Rhode Island “over-issued benefits to a substantial number of households,” according to the letter from Food and Nutrition Service.
The mandatory reporting law was changed last year, and since then two educators have been charged for allegedly not reporting sexual abuse.
The items were taken from a city-owned building on Ernest Street.
A long-time theology teacher was fired for insubordination after not answering questions about a website.
The process of turning pot into hash oil is said to be extremely flammable and has led to fires around the country.
Holly Cole was a 15-year veteran of the North Kingstown Police Department who retired with a disability pension earlier this year.
“I don’t think we should be doing anything that glamorizes Confederate figures,” Rhode Island’s senior Democratic congressman said.