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NEW: Esserman Placed on Leave in New Haven After Reports of Berating Waitress

Dean Esserman placed on leave in New Haven following public incident -- and no-confidence vote by union.

Former Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman is taking a leave of absence as Police Chief in New Haven.

Rescue 1 Responding: Chapter 7 & 8, a Book by Michael Morse

I always thought that a day in the life of a Providence Firefighter assigned to the EMS division would make a great book. One day...

Providence Has Paid D’Amico Nearly $175K Since He Quit, Total Comp Hits $1M

Michael D'Amico has been paid nearly $175K by the City of Providence.

Former Director of Administration for the City of Providence under Angel Taveras Michael D'Amico has been paid nearly $175,000 in consulting fees by both the...

Who’s Investigating Providence Police Beating Caught on Tape?

The video of Providence police punching a woman is being investigated by the department. Is there anyone else looking into it?

The recent video of a Providence police officer seen punching a woman is under investigation by the Providence police -- but now that police officers...

Concerns Sparked by Convicted Felon’s Suboxone Clinic on Wickenden St.

A suboxone therapy clinic on Wickenden Street in Providence was opened by a convicted felon, and Providence residents have raised concerns.

A former Rhode Island tax preparer who was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison by the Department of Justice has opened a suboxone therapy clinic...

Mayor Elorza’s Proposed $40 Million Bond Program Goes Down in Finance Committee

The proposed $40 million bond program by Mayor Jorge Elorza went down Thursday night before the Finance Committee. Members of the Providence City Council citing concerns...

Vault Nightclub Forced to Close Again Following Shooting, Hit with More Sanctions

The Vault nightclub will be forced to close -- once again -- following a recent shooting outside.

The Providence Board of Licenses voted on Thursday to close The Vault nightclub on Federal Hill for an additional five days following a recent shooting...

Superior Court Rules Against DOH in Former Sen. Blais Case, Awards $43,000 to Kelly and Mancini

Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini

Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini has hit the Rhode Island Department of Health with a ruling that will force the State of Rhode Island to...

New York Men Arrested in West Greenwich for Possession of 2,295 Oxycodone Pills

Rhode Island State Police arrested two New York men for possession of 2,295 Oxycodone Pills which were discovered during a motor vehicle stop on Route 95 in...

Bob Whitcomb’s Digital Diary: Superman Building, Mike Pence and Hillary

Bob Whitcomb

Bob Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights of the global and local issues that...

FBI Seized Close to $1 Million from Gallison Following Resignation

Former RI Rep. Raymond Gallison

Former Rhode Island House Finance Chair Raymond Gallison had close to $1 million seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, days following his resignation from the...

Climate Change in 5 Charts

The year 2015 received the ominous warmest year on record title, and 2016 is likely to be even hotter. It's becoming clear that...

video: State Troopers that Beat Worcester Man Face Criminal Charges by AG - SEE VIDEO

A Massachusetts and New Hampshire state police trooper will face criminal charges for beating a Worcester man back in May. The video was taken...

Block’s WatchdogRI Alleges Sen. Jabour Failed to Pay Corporate Tax for 15 Years

Ken Block

Ken Block's WatchdogRI is claiming that unpaid taxes on inactive corporations have cost Rhode Island $3 million to date, and that Providence State...

Guest MINDSETTER™  Kenneth Dulgarian: Memo to Mayor Elorza

A Business Memo to Mayor Jorge Elorza: One helps solve a coming financial crisis by cutting expenses and attracting new business, not by destroying the...

RI ACLU Disappointed Ethics Commission Voted to Uphold Complaint Moratorium

Steve Brown

The ACLU of RI said Tuesday that they were disappointed the Rhode Island Ethics Commission vote to keep Rhode Islanders from filing complaints about candidates...

RI House Candidate Barred from Financial Trading for 5 Years: UPDATED

Helder Cunha, barred for 5 years by NFA

East Providence Assistant Mayor and candidate for the Rhode Island House of Representatives, Helder Cunha, had been been barred from trading in the futures industry...

“Elorza is Incompetent,” Says Prov Fire Union Head, After Smiley’s Exit

Brett Smiley, pictured top left, when he bowed out of the Mayor's race in 2014. Pictured right, Mayor Jorge Elorza.

Brett Smiley, the Chief Operating Officer for the City of Providence, is heading to Governor Gina Raimondo’s office to be her new chief...

Raimondo Brings on Smiley as Third Chief of Staff in 2 Years - Will it Work?

Brett Smiley Photo: GoLocalProv.com

Providence Chief Operating Officer Brett Smiley is joining Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo’s office as Chief of Staff a year and a half...

Rescue 1 Responding: Chapter 6, a Book by Michael Morse

I always thought that a day in the life of a Providence Firefighter assigned to the EMS division would make a great book. One day...

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