A top Democrat argues the grants help residents, but a former GOP gubernatorial candidate calls them “the ultimate insider’s tool.”
The case against Scott Greene of Warwick was dismissed Tuesday.
Anthony DiNunzio was released from prison last month after serving time for a 2011 organized crime case.
Deming Sherman said he has “determined that it is necessary … to promote the timeliness of processing SNAP applications.”
Pazzaz Hill’s suicide is connected to the opioid epidemic and her mother alleges the system failed.
Matt Brown discusses why he will likely run for governor as an independent.
The convicted serial killer was to go to trial in April in Florida, but the date was moved up one month.
Louis Vinagro, remembered as brash and persistent, and considered himself “an environmental maniac.”
A political roundtable breaks down the results from this week’s new WPRI 12/Roger Williams University poll.
Speaker Mattiello says he wants to lower the fine and require more warning to drivers.
The R.I. Department of Human Services (DHS) also missed an important federal deadline this week, Target 12 has learned.
The unnamed supervisor was moved out of the Fire Prevention Bureau for not acting on an inspector’s report.
The findings come as state Rep. Teresa Tanzi moves to form a legislative commission that will look at state law on the issue.
The survey of 419 registered Rhode Island voters was conducted last week.
“I think the governor’s race is very fluid at this time,” said Eyewitness News political analyst Joe Fleming, who conducted the poll.
The survey – including an early look at the 2018 governor’s race – is set to be released on Monday at 5 p.m.
The head of the RI Moderate Party discusses Campaign 2018, and a political roundtable previews a forthcoming poll.
The commission has met four times since October and was expected to release its recommendation to lawmakers on March 1.
But Public Safety Commissioner Steve Pare says the cameras are “dead-on accurate.”
The city retirement board met for the first time since a Rhode Island Supreme Court decision on the John Sauro case.
The city has already charged speeders more than $1 million.
Former town employees finally received answers Tuesday on a pension fund they invested in more than 50 years ago that mysteriously disappear…
Mob associate Ralph “Skippy” Byrnes was convicted for his role in the multimillion-dollar Bonded Vault heist.
Providence, Warwick, West Warwick, Cranston, North Kingstown, Central Falls and Exeter are all home to licensed growers.
A study shows Providence’s pension system should be significantly healthier than it is today.