The inside scoop about the huge challenges facing the PawSox deal, the state’s budget surplus, Cicilline’s take on Hillary Clinton’s emails …
A top Brown administrator informed the team this week that the school had no interest in further discussions right now.
PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino needs to examine whether the proposed ballpark “is still affordable,” a spokeswoman said.
Rhode Island’s junior congressman sent a letter to Obama this week asking for details on how the deal will impact Israel.
The state’s 529 college savings plan, now one of the largest in the country, brings in $8 million a year for local scholarships.
The clerk of courts said officials are trying to figure out the best way to distribute the tens of thousands of documents to the public.
The inside scoop about the coming 38 Studios mushroom cloud, the PawSox owners’ many problems, Whitehouse’s Canada controversy and more.
The decision is a significant one as the public continues to debate what happened with the failed deal.
Andrew Roos, who served as chief of staff to Gina Raimondo and stayed on under Magaziner, is moving on.
A group of retired Rhode Island state workers say they’ve been illegally forced to start paying part of the cost of their health insurance.
The award won by the troopers’ union may cost the state about $4 million to cover back wages and other compensation.
The inside scoop about the next shoe to drop on 38 Studios, the perils for the PawSox deal, changes at JWU and much more.
Watchdog groups called on Governor Raimondo and Speaker Mattiello to act after Target 12 revealed new details about Gordon Fox’s role.
Court documents say the former House speaker, who pleaded the Fifth during a deposition, met with Schilling behind Carcieri’s back.
Organizers say so far they’ve distributed 7,500 of the “No new stadium” stickers that express opposition to the PawSox owners’ plan.
A spokeswoman confirmed about $2.6 million of the money from the latest settlement will go toward attorney fees and other costs.