Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor on ProvPort, tax incentives, GE and the Superman building.
The final version of the tax-and-spending plan, approved just before midnight, adds $20 million for the Port of Providence.
Speaker Mattiello said he will be monitoring how the City of Providence handles residency question surrounding Rep. Carnevale.
The state GOP chairman has also challenged Carnevale’s voter registration, calling his actions on camera “the conduct of a criminal.”
The House Finance vice-chair belatedly acknowledged ownership of a property where he was spotted on undercover surveillance.
Two ex-tenants said Rep. John Carnevale, vice chair of the powerful House Finance Committee, does not live in his own district.
Governor Gina Raimondo on GE, the budget and more.
The body of Steven DiSarro was removed from dig site behind mill on Branch Ave. in March.
Target 12 investigation into 38 Studios and lobby laws prompted reform bill.
RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea discusses proposed new lobby laws in the wake of 38 Studios.
Approaching four years since the suit was filed, a judge denies a request to delay 38 Studios civil suit.
Rhode Island is only one of five states in the country that fully tax military pensions.
Lawmakers discuss Speaker Mattiello’s fight with The Journal; the commander of the R.I. National Guard on Memorial Day.
The Cranston car dealer was also fined for using handicap placard of man who died more than two years ago.
Mob associate “Poochie” Angell charged with perjury from 2011 extortion case.
The state’s top prosecutor said the long-anticipated probe should come to a close soon.
It took first responders roughly 20 minutes to discover the two women who were stabbed in last week’s violent rampage.
House speaker said he was “disgusted” after meeting with his hand-picked House Finance Chairman.
R.I. House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello discusses the Gallison probe and Ethics Commission.
Firefighters weren’t sure what they were heading to when chaos broke out on Myricks Street.
At the current rate of restitution, it will take more than 4,500 years for Mollicone to pay his financial debt to the state.
Asked what happened to millions in taxpayer dollars granted to the ex-lawmaker’s group, Patricia LaSalle said: “That’s a great question.”
A conversation with Reps. Daniel Reilly, R-Portsmouth, and Blake Filippi, I-Block Island, as well as Common Cause Rhode Island’s John Marion…
After Target 12 discovered job-training money was set to flow to the ex-lawmaker’s group, state officials said they will conduct an audit.
Aubrey Lombardo was listed as president of AEP, the taxpayer-funded nonprofit where former Rep. Ray Gallison worked.