The state’s Supreme Court ruled Frank Corrente can continue to collect a reduced pension.
“I offer no excuses for my behavior. I will not re-offend in the future,” Richard Woodhead said at his sentencing.
The Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals is not commenting on the reported crime.
City police offered some simple tips to make sure you don’t fall victim this holiday season.
The court-appointed official said he’s seeing “substantial progress” on reducing the food-stamp backlog, but a larger fix remains “elusive.”
The suspects LVN license in Massachusetts has been suspended.
About one in five Rhode Islanders has unclaimed property, according to data from the treasurer’s office.
Lawsuit accused DCYF of systemic failures that put thousands of children in their care at risk.
According to police, Jacob King told officers the relationships were affairs and said, “I never forced myself on either of those women.”
The union claims some students are even “taunting teachers with threats” of contacting DCYF.
The state’s problem-plagued computer system for benefits is now expected to cost nearly half a billion dollars through 2019.
Kevin Jackson was arrested last year for embezzlement and inappropriate use of his campaign funds.
The three-year probate case has been inching along, with more than $133,000 in the balance.
The crimes took place over a two-year period, ending this past September.
R.I. State Police stand behind an affidavit statement that civilians blocked ramp.
Joseph Esposito, 71, is accused of selling marijuana and butane oil to an undercover officer on multiple occasions.
Multiple police departments says a change in the system is causing headaches for officers.
More than 1.600 government positions are on-hold by a little-known personnel rule, giving workers the right to return to their old jobs.
The vendor that built UHIP informed state leaders last month about a previously unknown bug in the system that caused applications to go mis…
The newly announced Republican candidate discusses why he’s challenging Sheldon Whitehouse as well as hot topics in the news.
Every patrolman in Providence will soon be required to wear the body cameras.
The head of the state crime lab confirmed the state police dropped off evidence from last week’s shooting.
Donald Morgan is now wanted for lifting jackets from the Warwick Mall two days before cruiser theft.
Officer helped woman who was pinned against a guardrail by the driver of the white pickup involved in high speed chase.
Joseph Santos, 32, died last Thursday following a violent confrontation on a busy I-95 on-ramp near the Providence Place mall.