Rep. Anastasia Williams is suing the city for denying a grant to purchase a two-family home.
The complaint references an investigation into a scheme that sent Helder Cunha’s former employee to prison.
An Army National Guardsman fights for healthcare coverage he was promised after he was hit by enemy fire.
The statistics about the dangers of thrill-seeking jumps are as uncharted as the locations.
Mayor Tommy Rose, who himself is under investigation by the Ethics Commission, filed the complaint.
Records show Thomas Oates left Providence with about 242 unused sick days and 52 vacation days
Councilman Kevin Jackson has been fined more than $30,000 for failing to file fundraising reports
Pilot Jeremiah Coholan acknowledges that his medical certification was not up to date.
Patrolman Matthew Josefson’s rank will be reinstated to sergeant nearly three years after the city’s ticketing scandal.
Leo Blais is also suing the state, seeking more than $500,000 in damages.
A scuba diver found the remains of a Rhode Island war hero who saved six lives, and the army proved no one is left behind.
Michael McCarthy, a 36 year veteran, agreed to forfeit his pension and will serve one year of home confinement.
Helder Cunha, an East Providence Democrat, insists he did his due diligence on a former employee now headed to prison.
Luis Mendonca was beaten with a flashlight while he was in handcuffs in 2009.
A police officer was disciplined and put through retraining after a caught-on-video nightclub incident.
Robert “Bobby” DeLuca, who was arrested in Florida two weeks ago, pleaded not guilty to three counts tied to the murder Steven Disarro.
City officials have reduced rental-property tax rates for two straight years.
Greg Russo is cleared of charges that he wrote his name on checks meant for student activities.
Cases range from the fire department dispute to police brutality and much more.
Police forwarded their investigation to the Bristol County District Attorney’s office. Investigators are not commenting at this point.
Finnegan admits “experts” often predicted the days were numbered for his Ocean Mist Tavern, which juts over the sand on a web of stilts.
The mother of the student who received the threats called the incident shocking and frightening.
Taunton Officer Robert Kramer is being sued for the second time in just five months.
Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Lanphear cites “Dorr war” and Speech and Debate in denying motion in lawsuit filed against State Rep.
The South County Democrat took an $87,000-a-year state job only months after resigning from the legislature despite revolving-door rules.