In the meantime, big changes are on the way at the DHS field office in Providence in an effort to reduce wait times.
Longtime Rhode Island mobster appeared in a Boston federal courtroom and pleaded guilty for lying to investigators.
Hillsdale Trailer Park residents who paid faithfully for decades want to know where the money went.
Assumpico will be the first woman to lead the storied agency and the 13th superintendent in its 91-year history.
He denies any wrongdoing in this case, but Target 12 has obtained a stack of evidence from the state that shows otherwise.
DeLuca is the first person to be charged in the murder of Kevin Hanrahan.
A leading good government group says Providence should have been more transparent.
State party leaders have their own theories as to why former GOP candidate Shawna Lawton endorsed Democrat Mattiello.
State party leaders breakdown local and national races.
The mayor’s endorsed slate for the Dexter Donation Fund squeaked by two outside factions to keep hold of the $2.2-million fund.
Tuesday is the start of open enrollment to buy health insurance for next year through Rhode Island’s Obamacare marketplace.
Longtime mob capo regime Anthony “The Saint” St. Laurent was released from federal prison in Massachusetts Wednesday.
Bonuses for hospital administrators is the alleged motive to keep the “unsanitary” clinic open.
Providence has issued nearly 800 citations to drivers who ignore or don’t see the flashing red stop sign on the side of school buses.
State officials said Friday the already-high backlog has grown by another 335 since Tuesday, in part because more applications were filed.
Incumbent Mayor Allan Fung debates Democratic challenger Michael Sepe.
In a lively debate, Cranston Mayoral candidates Allan Fung and Michael Sepe debate the issues.
“We’re tired of missteps, mismanagement, misspending,” Rep. Patricia Serpa said at a hearing on the $364-million project.
While researchers catch and track great whites, the population of its favorite prey is out of control, according to some.
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.
Target 12 has learned of the 668 dams in the state, 96 are classified as “high hazard,” where failure means people will likely die.
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…
A debate between two candidates for state representative of House District 52, North Kingstown.