Rhode Island’s child-welfare agency would agree to make a long list of changes to its operations as part of a negotiated agreement.
The state police said while 64 sheriffs reported for duty, 71 sheriffs used either vacation or personal time to stay out of work.
A political roundtable examines the issues lawmakers will be facing going into the 2018 legislative session.
The chief judge of Rhode Island’s federal court can name a replacement for U.S. Attorney in six months if the president doesn’t.
The Smithfield man was caught on surveillance ordering cocaine and heroin from the ring leaders.
Rhode Island’s Catholic bishop discusses the St. Joseph’s pension crisis, Cardinal Law’s death, the future of the diocese, Christmas and mor…
Underworld figure Frank “Bobo” Marrapese has died. He was in state custody.
Jacob King, who was a licensed nurse in Rhode Island more than a decade ago, is charged with three counts of rape.
Fingerlings are interactive toy monkeys that fit on kids’ fingertips, and they’re one of the hottest toys for the 2017 holiday season.
Outgoing R.I. Department of Corrections Director A.T. Wall reflects on three decades working in the state prison system.
Investigators say Jonathan Breslin allegedly told a federal undercover agent that he contemplated drugging a child knew for sexual purposes.
Joseph Esposito also agreed to forfeit $900,000 in restitution and seized assets.
As of Nov. 1, however, only 77 people in Central Falls have signed on to receive text messages.
Lieutenant Scott Bergantino filed the suit Friday, alleging assault, poor training, breach of duty, and negligence.
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.