The remaining items left behind from Curt Schilling’s defunct video game company will be auctioned off next Wednesday in Warwick.
Items will be auctioned off March 25 at the Sheraton Conference Center in Warwick, located at 1850 Post Road.
A final auction sale will be held March 25 at the Sheraton Conference Center in Warwick.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has been taking aim at cyberbullies who made shocking statements about his daughter on Twitter, and on…
A Superior Court judge ruled the former Sec. of State’s office abused the judiciary while investigating lobbying violations.
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea hires former Rhode Island U.S. Attorney in lobby probe.
The Commerce Corp. has notified the governor of a $2.25 million shortfall on another loan it backed.
A closed hearing was held Friday in Superior Court on First Southwest’s motion to compel a witness to testify on behalf of the Economic Deve…
Providence attorney appeals decision that he violated state’s lobby laws in 38 Studios case.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis issues $2,000 fine against Michael Corso citing lobby laws.
The judge will now decide if the secretary of state abused the court system when he involved the superior court in administrative hearings.
A court hearing is set for arguments to determine if Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis abused the judiciary system when he involved the Sup…
Ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has failed to show up for an administrative hearing into alleged lobbying violations related to 38 Studios…
Court documents show the federal bankruptcy trustee has agreed to settle claims against Schilling and three former 38 Studios officials for …
A Providence attorney who allegedly improperly lobbied for the taxpayer-backed game company is now accused of overcharging.
Wells Fargo Securities had sued to block a settlement reached over the summer between the state and two other defendants in the suit.
The first hearing on possible lobbying violations against former 38 Studios board member Thomas Zaccagnino was held Thursday, however Zaccag…
The former Red Sox pitcher’s wife says the personal computer was not meant to be part of an estate sale held last year.
The Republican nominee criticized his Democratic rival for saying the state should repay bonds sold to benefit Curt Schilling’s company.
Michael Corso must retroactively disclose lobbying for 38 Studios or else pay a $2,000 fine, a lawyer hired by the secretary of state ruled.
Chafee wasn’t in office when the deal was created, but he was as the company crumbled.
Rhode Island officials say the state has received its first payment from a lawsuit settlement involving ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s …
Chafee was a candidate for governor when the deal went through, and spoke out against it at the time.
“We are not going to waste any more taxpayer resources,” Secretary of State Ralph Mollis said in a statement.
An attorney who was seeking deposition testimony from a Rhode Island House lawmaker is withdrawing the subpoena.