The roundup has everything you need to know about the $120-million PawSox stadium deal, plus why a local CEO is newly optimistic.
The governor’s HealthSource RI assessment would cost Rhode Islanders 66% more than the fee for HealthCare.gov next year.
Only 77% of 25- to 54-year-old Rhode Islanders held down a job last year, tied with Maine for the lowest level in New England.
From pensions to the Providence streetcar, the weekend roundup looks at the week’s most important stories.
Former Chief Justice Frank Williams unveiled a deal that preserves the bulk of the roughly $4 billion saved by the 2011 law.
With roughly $4 billion at stake, the House speaker indicated only “two small groups” have voted to reject the proposed deal.
The Care New England hospital chain, which has more than 8,000 employees, confirmed it’s exploring “strategic partnerships.”
WPRI.com Reporter Ted Nesi, who has been following the case since it began, talks about where things stand at this point.
The former Supreme Court chief justice is the driving force behind a renewed effort to settle the high-stakes pension lawsuit.
It remains unclear where things stand with the effort to settle the high-stakes lawsuit, although voting was supposed to end Friday.
The Rhode Island Broadcasters Association said the order is preventing the public from understanding the pension settlement.
The roundup has details on the secret pension deal, Citizens Bank on the upswing, Raimondo’s White House visit, a Projo farewell and more.