New PawSox co-owner James Skeffington says one option would be to lease a new stadium from the state.
The team’s new co-owner talks about their proposal to build a new minor-league ballpark in downtown Providence.
Four months after a Target 12 investigation, the Coventry Fire District Board voted unanimously to part ways with embattled chief.
A Facebook page in the name of accused murderer Matthew Komrowski was discovered by the murder victim’s son.
Longtime agency head Richard Godfrey received two payments worth six figures on his way out the door last month.
Lt. Gov. Dan McKee and Lincoln Town Administrator Joseph Almond discuss regionalization.
Rhode Island Education Commissioner Deborah Gist reflects on her six years as the state’s top school official.
A judge has ruled against a police captain’s request to dismiss a disciplinary case against him in high-profile ticketing scandal.
Board votes to meet again in two months to possibly decide fate of Chief Paul Labbadia.
Pawtucket has already surpassed what it budgeted for snow removal in the current fiscal year.
The mayor talks about his 15 years running the city, the latest news about T.F. Green and the Apponaug project, and more.
Daniel Lastarza is accused of beating Jonathan Stack to death on Federal Hill in July 2014.
A former Providence police detective – seen on video surveillance striking a handcuffed suspect with a flashlight – had a dismissed felony c…
Newsmakers with Tim White: Paul Caranci in his first extended interview about life undercover with the FBI.
Former No. Providence Town Councilman talks about what he and his family endured after being a source for the FBI.
Years after wearing a wire for the FBI in a high-profile corruption probe, Paul Caranci speaks out.