The new treasurer discusses the pension settlement and his infrastructure bank proposal; plus, a reporters’ roundtable.
State retirement officials say Paul Labbadia did not work enough years to earn pension.
Newsmakers explores proposed changes to Medicaid and Lincoln Chafee’s presidential aspirations.
Rhode Island’s highest-ranking lawmakers won’t reveal the same information prosecutors used against former Speaker Fox.
NEARI leader Robert Walsh says pension settlement was the best outcome for all parties.
The executive director of Rhode Island’s largest teachers’ union discusses why he backed the proposed pension settlement.
The former Supreme Court justice and the Common Cause chief discuss the secrecy surrounding a proposal to settle the pension lawsuit.
The disability pension for retired firefighter John Sauro has been reinstated by the city.
Wyatt warden Brian Murphy was granted a five-figure bonus for running the prison during receivership.
The former House speaker is scheduled to be sentenced on June 11 after pleading guilty to corruption.
The two lawmakers weigh in on the proposed pension settlement, Governor Raimondo’s budget, PARCC, PawSox and more.
Gina Raimondo breaks down budget plan, weighs in on PARCC and PawSox.
The governor discusses her new $8.6-billion budget proposal, as well as the PawSox, Gordon Fox, PARCC, pensions and more.
The secretary of state says they need to comply with the law as they seek support for a new stadium in downtown Providence.
Gordon Fox represented Shark Bar & Grille in front of the same board that gave the restaurant its liquor license in 2008.
Newsmakers examined the case against former House Speaker Gordon Fox.
Secretary of State’s task force into lobbying laws meets for the first time.
Search warrants in Gordon Fox raids reveal what was removed from state house and home.
The former House speaker has reached a plea deal with prosecutors after being charged with three criminal counts.
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.