A look at who is on a roll and who is rolling downhill in the local political world.
Representative Patrick O'Neill unveiled an economic plan for the formation of a Governor's Office of Economic Policy Coordination (GOEPC) -- in marked contrast to the proposal put forth by leadership in the House last month, with whom O'Neill has clashed on numerous issues.
The first line of defense has arrived and it is working for free. Legal assistance for the Cranston School Committee’sRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras and the city’s largest employee union today officially signed a new four-year contract.Read More
Rhode Island has been ranked the 8th most peaceful state in America, according to a study by the Institute for EconomicsRead More
In a move guaranteed to get the immediate attention of teens, parents and the police, a bill has been introduced at theRead More
Governor Lincoln Chafee announced today his appointment of Bradford S. Dimeo and Michael Ryan to the Rhode Island AirportRead More