The reports will spotlight financial practices at the agency, whose executive director just stepped down.
The weekly roundup tackles worries about the PawSox, tax cuts for jobs (and Millennials), the local decline of Christianity, and more.
A federal official is looking into how the quasi-public agency managed a program that has provided it with $89 million since 1992.
They give some sense of what changes public and private leaders in the local medical sector are expecting to push in 2015.
A 14-member commission warned of “severe and urgent” problems in communities that have wracked up huge liabilities for employee benefits.
The jury trial over whether lawmakers acted constitutionally by reducing retirement benefits is still on track to begin April 20.
The weekly roundup tackles raises for Mattiello and Paiva Weed, Raimondo’s first moves, tax cuts for seniors, Jim Baron and much more.
Big local companies, philanthropies, individuals and fellow politicians chipped in more than $130,000 to help Gov. Raimondo pay for her inau…
The number of people signing up has more than doubled compared with last year, and Neighborhood Health Plan has cut sharply into Blue Cross’…
Julie Gearan, a Providence artist, said she wanted the painting of the outgoing governor to reflect “what this term has been like for him.”
The first woman to lead Rhode Island since its founding 378 years ago says she wants to lead a “comeback” for the beleaguered Ocean State.
The new mayor said mounting debts, a ballooning shortfall in the pension fund and a stagnant economy have put the South Coast city’s finance…