The Coventry Republican discusses why he’s running against U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2018 election.
The club has been closed since a May 7 shooting where three people were injured.
The latest ridership numbers out of Wickford Junction show an average of just 282 weekday riders take the train there.
“Do I think it’s fair? Not for everybody, no,” said one member of the R.I. Vehicle Value Commission.
The Pawtucket Red Sox chairman said the legislation for a new stadium will mirror the information released at a news conference earlier in t…
PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino discusses the team’s plan to build a new stadium in Pawtucket.
The city is now looking at options for the land where McCoy Stadium stands now, including building a government center.
Club Luv has been closed since May 7 following a triple shooting outside, that began with an altercation inside.
Detective said video from inside club shows shooting outside started with argument inside.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza admits to listening to the popular series, but doesn’t like the national image it gives Rhode Island’s capital…
The mayor discusses the latest scandal at City Hall, “Crimetown,” his budget, a controversial police-profiling ordinance and more.
Homeowner buys live feed camera system after rash of burglaries, leads to key bust on East Side.
Bethany Rossi was fired by the city on April 14.
The representative from Massachusetts’ 4th District reacts to passage of a GOP health care bill in the House and its potential impact.
Ten years after its passage, most street racing charges are dismissed or amended as part of a plea deal.
The state’s top election official breaks down a report calling for changes to the voting process; plus, a discussion on Providence politics.
Florida prosecutors will receive Superior Court records on Craig Price, but files from his murders as a juvenile remain under seal.
The decision is significant in part because it could allow Rhode Island’s attorney general to go after Price as a probation violator.
A long-running lawsuit over the hiring practices at the ACI has reached a settlement.
R.I. Senate President Dominick Ruggerio and Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey discuss car taxes, free college tuition, marijuana legalizatio…
A political roundtable discusses recent polling results and looks ahead to Campaign 2018.
State police told to put a freeze on all spending from multi-million dollar Google fund.
Long-overdue computer system at DMV on track for July launch after settlement reached in lawsuit.
Craig Price’s alleged victim was stabbed with a homemade weapon and is now under constant guard at a Florida hospital.
The two party leaders offer their views on free tuition, Governor Raimondo’s political future and more.