Gov. Chafee is preparing to end another chapter, after spending the past four years as Rhode Island’s 74th governor.
The governor reflects on the successes and failures of his four years as Rhode Island’s leader in an exit interview.
Nearly two months after a records request, the Coventry Fire District responds.
Mayor Charles Lombardi seeking nearly $200,000 in back retirement benefits from Coventry Fire District chief
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras’ exit interview on Newsmakers.
Officials are looking at why employment records in North Providence show Paul Labbadia isn’t eligible for the pension he’s collecting.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis issues $2,000 fine against Michael Corso citing lobby laws.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse discusses the midterm elections and other topics.
The investigation into embattled fire chief Paul Labbadia should end soon, according to attorney.
John Sauro’s pension was suspended in December 2013 after the city said he refused to see specialist in Mass.
Attorney William Harsch was hired by Coventry Fire District board to investigate Chief Paul Labbadia.
The head of the Rhode Island State Police discusses its investigations; the Community Food Bank’s chief on hunger in Rhode Island.
The city hires private detective to investigate employees and retirees it believes are committing fraud.
A Target 12 review found there have been 23 Law Enforcement Bill of Rights hearings in five years.
Rhode Island’s governor-elect discusses her election victory, what she plans to do in her first year, and how she’ll tackle the budget deficit.
Elorza, a Democrat and the mayor-elect of Providence, discusses his victory over Buddy Cianci and his plans for his first year in office.