Stefan Pryor and Scott Jensen on the recent news that the state has finally recovered the jobs it lost from the Great Recession.
Visitors to Bristol County jail in Massachusetts won’t step foot in building, they’ll be directed to trailer with videophones.
“Rhode Island has proved to be the most difficult state to do business that I have ever seen,” the Texas-based company’s CEO said.
Newly released court documents show fugitive Donald Eugene Webb hid in secret room for 17 years, then died of a stroke.
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin will now decide if charges are warranted over the State House staffer who got free tuition.
The probe centers on how one of Speaker Mattiello’s top aides obtained $50,000 in free tuition after going to work at the State House.
The cause of the April fire was ruled to be “undetermined.”
Abdul Abdullah is fighting extradition back to Georgia, but the victim’s mother insists he deserves more jail time.
FBI says the remains removed from behind a North Dartmouth home belong to Donald Eugene Webb.
Creators Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier discuss their popular podcast and Providence.
Authorities executed a search warrant at the Maplecrest Drive home as part of the investigation into the 1980 murder a Pennsylvania police c…
Abdul Abdullah’s attorney told the court his client thought he had approval to move back to Rhode Island after he served a six-month sentenc…
A Rhode Island official acknowledged the state has been unable to supply required data because of the troubled eligibility system’s issues.
1990’s Providence College basketball star Abdul Abdullah was arrested in Cranston on a statutory rape warrant out of Georgia involving a 199…
Reynaldo Martinez is accused of buying the identities of several New Englanders.
Raymond Gallison, the disgraced former lawmaker from Bristol, arrived at a federal prison in Massachusetts Monday to begin his sentence.
CCRI’s leaders discusses the stalled free tuition plan and what’s next for Rhode Island’s only community college.
Descendants of seven soldiers who are buried as “unknowns” are suing the agency empowered to bring their loved ones home.
The speaker insisted a top aide was taking “a legally entitled-to benefit” when he got free tuition while working at the State House.
A nationwide sweep uncovered 675 contractors who failed to comply with state requirements, 17 of which were in Rhode Island.
The state is now in the process of changing the sprinkler heads to tamper resistant models, but the union wants more changes.
The head of the Senate Finance Committee said he wants to hold hearings on the PawSox bill in different communities throughout the state thi…
The latest on the PawSox proposal with Senate Finance Chairman William Conley and Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien.
Three arrests within about a year for crimes involving misused law enforcement information.
Aaraon Hernandez’s legal teams dominated the list, followed by his fiancée and family.