The suspect’s financial crimes record had been expunged and was not picked up during her background check for her most recent job.
Two of the checks involved alleged forgeries of the signature of a Sister Angela, who runs the prominent food pantry.
John Barnes hopes to use his experience to help young Rhode Islanders stay off the path that he took.
The employee has been suspended, according to Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré.
Two former employees allege mistreatment by CEO Steven O’Donnell, but the organization’s board chair argues an independent investigation fou…
A Bristol police affidavit states suspects had made a suicide pact and never intended to get away with the crime.
The state alone paid out close to $4 million in accrued sick time payouts to retirees over the past three years.
Peter Palumbo gave up the contract and was then hired by eventual contract winner David Caprio.
If the issue is not settled, the panel will decide if there is a code violation and what the punishment should be.
The ground covered by the ordinance includes restricting council members and their families from doing business with the city.
Complaint expected to be discussed at Tuesday Ethics Commission hearing.
13 years after residency rules were abolished, most employees have left Providence.
Brother Gary lost a son and a friend to tragedy, long before he stepped into the spotlight.
Monday’s storm sent sand and rocks past a seawall project and onto Matunuck Beach Road.
Jay Gaccione was arrested after a November raid.
Donna Travis’s attorney calls the mistake inadvertent.
The treasurer called it “unconscionable” to spend more than $30,000 on the firm.
Some tribe members claim the Charlestown clan has a $2.5 million deficit.
Some tribal members say they have been asking for a federal investigation for months.
Police were seen outside the tribe’s administration building on Thursday as members continued their occupation.
A conference call on a motion for temporary restraining order is scheduled for Thursday.
Tribal leadership has disputed two straight council elections.
Issues involving dumped debris, bankruptcy and security deposits have plagued defendant in Vaughn lawsuit.
Linda Davis Griffin also recently pleaded guilty in a bankruptcy case that involved a $192,000 judgment.
The town’s mayor said at this point the employee’s driving record has not provoked increased insurance premiums.