A Pawtucket woman claims her husband’s medical coverage was delayed due to the glitch.
Scammers often build sites that use stolen photos and content from reputable breeders.
The pickup truck was rejected by the state’s Safety and Emission Control just five weeks after the dealer said it passed inspection.
The class action lawsuit claims the state has failed to timely provide benefits to needy families due in part to its troubled transition to …
“That thing blew up. It sounded just like a shotgun shell.”
The Food and Nutrition Service, which oversees SNAP benefits, said it’s working with the state to ensure compliance with federal law.
Despite the ongoing problems with the online benefits system, the Dept. of Administration director said it “will ultimately be the right cho…
Administrators at two facilities claim they are owed more than $1 million from the state for patients with pending Medicaid applications.
The science behind building a seat that provides good safety belt fit for the typical 4 to 8-year-old passenger has improved significantly.
He’s accused of returning construction materials purchased by a homeowner and keeping the cash for himself.
“If this thing had been facing toward me,” says Sorel, “I wouldn’t be here talking to you. I’d be dead. It came out like a shotgun shell.”
In the meantime, big changes are on the way at the DHS field office in Providence in an effort to reduce wait times.
State officials said Friday the already-high backlog has grown by another 335 since Tuesday, in part because more applications were filed.
Susan Campbell sat down with Governor Gina Raimondo to discuss UHIP.
Susan Campbell sits down with Gov. Gina Raimondo to discuss what the state is doing to fix Unified Health Infrastructure Project (UHIP).
The Providence office will now be open until 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in an effort to assist more residents with their benefits.
State officials are working to address a number of issues with the state’s new benefits eligibility system that arose since it was rolled ou…
The number of drivers cited for carrying unsecured cargo has more than doubled in Rhode Island over the last four years, Target 12 has learn…
Owner Michael Owen is scheduled to appear for the civil investigative demand on August 17.
“In the last two days, we have been able to reunite about 1,000 people with more than a million dollars of unclaimed property.”
Officials say hackers have been breaking into email accounts to get information about upcoming real estate transactions.
Officials say the extra weight could make your roof collapse much faster in a fire.
The state’s health insurance exchange hopes its new call center will alleviate customers’ frustrations.
Rhode Island courts sent out more than 250,000 letters in an effort to collect $81 million dollars in delinquent court costs.
“They were sitting in the guy’s warehouse for three or four years before he sold them as brand new tires,” said LaPan.