There has been an increase in state of emergency declarations over the last five years in Rhode Island.
Mayor Grebien said he’s gotten no indication the team would leave Rhode Island even if it gets sold.
Grebien talks about the future of the PawSox amid a possible ownership change as well as his city’s finances.
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea hires former Rhode Island U.S. Attorney in lobby probe.
The Commerce Corp. has notified the governor of a $2.25 million shortfall on another loan it backed.
Two members of Rhode Island’s delegation join Tim White and Ted Nesi on Newsmakers.
Another meeting will be held to examine the future of embattled fire chief Paul Labbadia.
Sean Daly and advice for incoming Governor Gina Raimondo.
Providence attorney appeals decision that he violated state’s lobby laws in 38 Studios case.
Including appeals, the death penalty case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could take years.
The bishop shares his thoughts on Pope Francis, the outlook for local parishes, Governor-elect Raimondo and much more.
North Providence Mayor Charles Lombardi has suspended health insurance and other benefits provided to the Coventry Fire District’s embattled…
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