Organizers say so far they’ve distributed 7,500 of the “No new stadium” stickers that express opposition to the PawSox owners’ plan.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed says she doesn’t think a ballpark is an urgent matter.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed says she was “disappointed” House Speaker didn’t take up toll bill.
Representatives plan to visit every city and town in the state, hoping to gain support for a taxpayer subsidized stadium in Providence.
The owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox plan to visit the state’s 39 cities and towns this summer.
The controversial proposals were left out of the $8.67 billion state budget, which was approved by the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday.
An opponent of plans to build a new baseball stadium in Providence says he’ll be submitting petitions to state lawmakers urging them to reje…
Rep. Patricia Morgan announced that the bill would apply to any financial agreement between lawmakers and a sports franchise.
Of the more than 500 emails and phone calls the governor’s office has received about the proposed ballpark, 98 percent of them opposed the p…
“Jim Skeffington was one of the most compassionate and generous people I have ever known,” said PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino.
The city manager of Worcester, Massachusetts, says the community has no intention of using public money to finance a stadium for the Pawtuck…
The PawSox chairman – and Boston Red Sox CEO – said he’s “optimistic” the minor-league team will reach a deal with Governor Raimondo.
During the game, the players wore patches on their sleeves with the initials “JJS” in memory of Skeffington.
Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien is appealing to Pawtucket Red Sox co-owner Larry Lucchino to see a team study showing the cost of renovating …
A wake was held at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul for James Skeffington, who died unexpectedly Sunday night.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said a counteroffer to the team is in the works, and maintained that his top priority is coming up with a d…
Skeffington died Sunday night while jogging near his home in Barrington.
Speaker Mattiello acknowledged “the dynamic has changed” after the sudden death of the team’s new president.
The new PawSox co-owner passed away suddenly Sunday night, months after buying the minor league team.
The minor league team’s new co-owner, a famed Rhode Island lawyer, had spent the last four months lobbying for a new ballpark.
Here’s a summary of why the team’s new owners say the cost of fixing up the Pawtucket stadium would be prohibitive.
The ballpark would be a great thing “for the owners to spend their own money on,” Holy Cross’s Victor Matheson told local leaders.
If a deal cannot be reached with Providence, the PawSox may find a new home outside Rhode Island.
Three months after proposing a move to Providence, the PawSox ownership has yet to meet with the City Council.
House Democrats met behind closed doors Wednesday and discussed the proposed plan to move the team.