The two Democrats lobbed criticism at one another while making the case that Providence can’t afford to bring back Buddy Cianci.
A debate between the two leading candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Jorge Elorza and Michael Solomon.
Gennaro Miele, 62, of Niantic, Conn., was sentenced in Providence federal court to 41 months for the March 2010 robbery.
Target 12 fact check on latest campaign ad claiming state wastes millions on paper timesheets.
Newsmakers: In-depth analysis of WPRI 12 / Providence Journal poll
Democrats Ferri, a candidate for lieutenant governor, and Fecteau, a candidate for U.S. House, discuss their primary campaigns.
Republicans Catherine Taylor, running for lieutenant governor, and John Carlevale, running for secretary of state, discuss the issues.
This week on Newsmakers: Republican candidates for U.S House of Representatives in Rhode Island’s 1st District, Cormick Lynch and Stan Tran.
RI Health Dept. assisted another state in investigation of chief medical examiner, results in termination.
Family feud may have been boiling in Federal Hill beating.
A debate between the two candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea.
A suit over changes to Providence’s pension system could cost the city more than $11 million over 10 years if the retirees prevail.
A native of Cranston was killed when the truck he was driving fell more than 100 feet over an embankment.
An hourlong debate between the three candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis.
An hourlong debate between the three candidates: Democrats Frank Caprio and Seth Magaziner, and independent Ernie Almonte.
Former prosecutor’s car was stolen containing case files.
RI House Speaker asked about “certain individuals” in 38 Studios deal by state police.
This week on Newsmakers: Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, D-Cranston.
The Cumberland mayor, a candidate for lieutenant governor, says his opponent isn’t who should examine possible wrongdoing.
A lawyer said he wants to finish an examination of possible violations by a key figure in the Curt Schilling deal “as soon as possible.”
A political roundtable discusses Buddy Cianci’s announcement that he’s running for mayor of Providence.
Cianci signed a decree in 1991 that forced Providence to give municipal retirees costly annual pension increases of 5% and 6%.
Vincent “Buddy” Cianci can once again run for Mayor of Providence thanks to a three-decade-old change to the state’s constitution.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis has sent letters to key players involved in the deal to retroactively register and appear at a hearing.
Matthew “Matty” Guglielmetti will find a very different mob from the one he left a decade earlier.