Your weekly briefing on RI politics, with the scoop on what President Trump means for the state, free college and more.
Here’s a cheat sheet breaking down some of the key provisions in the $9.3-billion proposed tax-and-spending plan.
The proposed tax-and-spending plan will now go before the General Assembly, which won’t make a final decision until the spring.
Buying an item online at Amazon.com will soon cost a little more for Rhode Islanders.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi read the governor’s entire speech so you don’t have to – here are some important highlights.
In her major annual speech, Governor Raimondo declared that Rhode Island is “getting stronger every day.”
Dan McGowan has this week’s RI politics roundup, including a look at politicians facing legal trouble and the governor’s State of the State.
This weekend’s RI politics briefing tackles a possible Raimondo/Mattiello rift, doing the math on the car tax and much more.
The increase in the so-called “municipal tip fee” was long expected, as the Johnston landfill comes closer to being full.
The changes Republicans are considering could “result in a seismic redistribution of federal spending,” two experts say.
Forced from office by a residency scandal, the Democrat gave local voters a “small gift that may help you in the future.”
Rhode Island’s top lawmakers welcomed even larger Democratic supermajorities on Tuesday’s first day of the legislative session.
While most of the Rhode Island state lawmakers being sworn in Tuesday are re-elected incumbents, one in seven are new faces.
This weekend’s RI politics roundup includes Raimondo’s personnel moves, manufacturing jobs misfortune and Jack Reed’s Secret Santa.
Rhode Island’s No. 2 hospital group lost money for a second year due to red ink at Memorial Hospital and a cost-cutting push.
The share of local workers with jobs in manufacturing plunged from 40% in 1980 to 11% in 2014, a Fed researcher reports.
Your Saturday morning roundup on Rhode Island politics.
The R.I. Commerce Corp. hired a consultant this week to help plan a competition for the effort, a key priority for the governor.
It’s the second time this month a federal agency has sought additional information about the $364-million new computer system.
The departure of Deputy Secretary Thomas Callahan comes just six months after he joined the quasi-public agency.
The Fortune 100 company, which will seek nearly $5 million in tax breaks, is the third major corporation to add tech jobs in Providence rece…
Your Saturday morning roundup on Rhode Island politics, including Raimondo’s good jobs trend and Whitehouse’s Trump thoughts.
Governor Raimondo has scheduled a Monday announcement about “economic development” involving the Fortune 100 company.
The company, founded by a University of Rhode Island graduate, is famed for making the annual White House Christmas ornament.
Governor Raimondo declared that “instead of losing 65 good-paying jobs to Boston, we’re going to create nearly 300.”