Twin River in Lincoln is on track to get a new 140-room hotel by 2018.
The head of Twin River updates the plans for a casino in Tiverton.
The decision is a blow to the hopes of Mattiello’s Republican challenger, Steven Frias, who is down by 85 votes.
Republicans allege the Democratic speaker’s campaign misused mail ballots, but his lawyer has dismissed the suggestion.
State police audio recordings give inside look at investigation into Federal Hill murder from 1978.
Lauren Dezenski and Peter Ubertaccio on the Bay State; attorney Preston Halperin on the legal landscape for marijuana in Southern New Englan…
Marijuana legalization in Massachusetts is pushing Rhode Island officials to examine the issue.
A political roundtable examines and analyzes the campaign 2016 season.
Five years after the landmark pension reform law went into effect, labor leaders say they may want to revisit it with lawmakers.
Johnston Police Chief Richard Tamburini said St. Laurent – who was 75 – appears to have died of natural causes.
Longtime Rhode Island mobster appeared in a Boston federal courtroom and pleaded guilty for lying to investigators.
Assumpico will be the first woman to lead the storied agency and the 13th superintendent in its 91-year history.
DeLuca is the first person to be charged in the murder of Kevin Hanrahan.
State party leaders have their own theories as to why former GOP candidate Shawna Lawton endorsed Democrat Mattiello.
State party leaders breakdown local and national races.
Longtime mob capo regime Anthony “The Saint” St. Laurent was released from federal prison in Massachusetts Wednesday.
Providence has issued nearly 800 citations to drivers who ignore or don’t see the flashing red stop sign on the side of school buses.
Incumbent Mayor Allan Fung debates Democratic challenger Michael Sepe.
In a lively debate, Cranston Mayoral candidates Allan Fung and Michael Sepe debate the issues.
A debate between two candidates for state representative of House District 52, North Kingstown.
“I am firmly on the side that we should release everything,” the governor said at Common Cause’s annual meeting.
The team has seen a 41 percent decline in attendance, even as state and city leaders consider more taxpayer money for the stadium.
The sign showing the status of the state’s largest highway project was conspicuously absent, a Target 12 Investigation revealed last week.
Education Commissioner Ken Wagner on PARCC results, charter schools and more.
Some of RIDOT’s transparency signs use data that is incomplete.