Medical Center director denies the hospital has cleanliness issues.
Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas has stayed in power despite an impeachment last month.
The VAMC spokesperson insists pictures do not depict the current state of cleanliness in the facility.
The business received a $150,000 loan and is now more than 200 days late on payments.
Emails included conversations about partner-swapping. Superintendent says children were never at risk.
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Hillsdale Trailer Park residents who paid faithfully for decades want to know where the money went.
A leading good government group says Providence should have been more transparent.
The mayor’s endorsed slate for the Dexter Donation Fund squeaked by two outside factions to keep hold of the $2.2-million fund.
Bonuses for hospital administrators is the alleged motive to keep the “unsanitary” clinic open.
While researchers catch and track great whites, the population of its favorite prey is out of control, according to some.
The key component in the shock lab is a camera system that can capture a blast at 2 million frames a second.
The review came after the May arrest of Councilman Kevin Jackson.
RITA also calls fast-tracking 6 / 10 connector projects “political.”
Tribe’s Medicine Man says chief’s opponents are a small minority.
Probate cases typically take months or maybe years, but settling the Mendes estate has been anything but typical.
Months between reports and call to fast track $400 million project not a sign of politics, according to the Rhode Island Department of Trans…
If the latest settlement is approved, the total in legal fees would rise to just under $9.3 million.
Motel owners are not required by state to tell customers if a sex offender is living in the establishment.
The firm will continue to earn $230 per hour while it assists the city in arbitration.
The complaint stems from Aponte’s vote to rezone a property owned by his former landlord.
Fifteen inspections a day catch a variety of school bus issues, from blinkers to brakes.
A 10 year plan would pump $250 million dollars into one of the state’s oldest system of schools.
Heightened awareness around injuries and the rising popularity of soccer are considered the top reasons.
From brand new schools to minor rehab projects, cities and towns across the state are seeking taxpayer support.