Jasiel Correia and Linda Perreira debated issues ranging from crime to city finances in Fall River during their final debate of the season.
If approved, the agreement would finally end a battle over how much city firefighters should be paid.
“I opened the front door and looked and the mail lady was actually stuck in the floor of my porch!”
Mayor Elorza thinks Providence could generate $300 million by selling or leasing the water system.
Newly released recordings show city officials were gravely concerned about the city’s pension fund, but did little to solve the problem.
The two hopefuls discuss plans for a new $265-million high school, their visions on economic development and more.
Identified by police as an independent outlaw biker, C.J. Nordstrom talks about feuds with the Hells Angels and his time in the boxing ring.
A spokesperson for the Rhode Island Department of Corrections tells the Target 12 Investigators that Ciresi was released on parole Wednesday…
Tribal politics is blamed by both sides in a controversy centered of water.
Cardi Corporation has agreed to a second settlement with the federal government in connection with the IWAY railing system.
A sign on the door of the Synrgy Health and Fitness reads, “We apologize for the inconvenience but unfortunately Synrgy Health and Fitness w…
Rep. Teresa Tanzi said state police have reached out to her as part of their review into harassment allegations.
Tanzi, D-South Kingstown, discusses sexual harassment at the State House and elsewhere; RIDOT Director Peter Alviti gives an update on Rhode…
Bikers Against Child Abuse is geared toward helping children at the worst of times.
The city has approved $25 million in tax deals that don’t require public vetting since 2015.
Peter Neronha said other states have law that allows files from closed cases to be opened.
A conversation with Democratic candidate for the office of R.I. Attorney General Peter Neronha.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – More than one-third of emergency vehicles that faced a state-mandated inspection have been pulled off the road for…
Craig Price is set to go to trial in January for allegedly stabbing a fellow inmate earlier this year.
Laptops stolen from basement office at the RI State House, suspect arrested at city hall.
James Duffy now faces six counts of child molestation and one count of simple assault.
Rhode Island has not been able to fully implement this year’s federally required cost-of-living adjustments for food stamps, and it may cost…
DCYF began the two-month examination in the summer following a series of incidents at the juvenile detention facility.
Michael Ciresi was sentenced to 20 years in prison back in 2008 for his role in a large burglary ring.
Problems include broken doors and the lack of a wall between the men’s and women’s locker room.