Ted’s roundup tackles Raimondo’s jobs crunch, Chafee giving himself an “A” grade, the mixed jobs numbers for RI, why Elorza is keeping Pare and Clements, some Christmas fun and much more.
The late businessman and philanthropist Warren Alpert turned the local company, owner of XtraMart convenience stores, into one of the nation’s largest firms.
Monday’s WPRI.com post about Medicaid in Rhode Island triggered some interesting feedback, including about the overuse of nursing homes.
Gov.-elect Raimondo has tasked Elizabeth Roberts with trying to rein in the state health care program that now costs $2.7 billion a year.
Ted’s roundup tackles why Whitehouse is optimistic about the Republican takeover, Raimondo’s out-of-state hire, biweekly pay confusion, economic good news and much more.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse discusses the midterm elections and other topics.
Rhode Island’s Democratic governor-elect is one of seven who will attend an Oval Office meeting Friday.
Gina Raimondo had a not-so-secret weapon this fall as she waged her successful campaign for governor: the vastly superior financial resources of the Democratic Party.
Gov.-elect Gina Raimondo spent the most by far, shelling out nearly $6.2 million from the start of 2013 through Monday to win the primary and then the general election.
Stephen Neuman is currently a top aide to Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, a potential White House aspirant, and worked on President Obama’s 2008 campaign.
The judge overseeing a union-backed challenge to Rhode Island’s 2011 pension overhaul sided with lawyers for Gov. Lincoln Chafee and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo.
Ted’s roundup tackles a book Rhode Islanders should read, the Gordon Fox and 38 Studios investigations, Citizens Bank’s future, why Ferguson would have been different here, and more.