DEM Director Janet Coit discusses environmental issues facing the state.
The transit agency, which runs commuter rail in Rhode Island, says fare revenue at Wickford Junction and T.F. Green doesn’t cover costs.
The state projects Wickford Junction station will get more than 3,300 passengers a day by 2020 – but right now it’s getting fewer than 400.
Speaker Mattiello acknowledged “the dynamic has changed” after the sudden death of the team’s new president.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza on his first 130 days in office.
Manocchio was released from prison on Tuesday and sent briefly to halfway house then home.
Luigi “Baby Shacks” Manocchio has been released from prison and sent to halfway house.
Patrick Churchville is accused of running a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of $11 million.
Fewer than 25% of the General Assembly was willing to release their campaign bank statements.
Former state sen. John Celona went behind closed doors to seek a reduction in fines, totaling $178k.
The Rhode Island lawmaker joined other House Democrats who’ve expressed frustration at being stuck in the minority.
The 2nd District congressman discusses cybersecurity, Nancy Pelosi’s future, the Patriot Act, how long he’ll stay in office and more.
For years Target 12 has been examining the “100K Club” in various public payrolls including the state, Providence, Cranston and quasi-public…
The head of the Massachusetts’ Archives weighs in on the dire situation Rhode Island records are in.
The Rhode Island State Archives are located in a rented building that is prone to flooding.
RI prison officials are reviewing documents to see if Craig Price’s good time earnings should be reduced.