With teachers at the center of the pension reform debate in Rhode Island, a new study by the National Institute onRead More
Tax breaks for developers of some of the biggest projects in Providence have totaled more than $15.1 million since 2013, according to a GoLocalProv analysis of city data for the controversial economic development program.
Mayor Angel Taveras and Providence City Council President Michael Solomon testified today at the joint hearing of theRead More
A downtown lawyer is now representing the Occupy Providence movement as the city prepares to take legal action against theRead More
It’s being billed as the most important piece of legislation they’ll ever vote on, but some state lawmakers say they’reRead More
The PowerBall® jackpot for Wednesday night’s drawing is just shy of a quarter billion dollars.
Congressman David Cicilline presses Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on US Policy in Afghanistan.
“My constituents areRead More
The Rhode Island Department of Corrections’ Probation & Parole Unit is warning parents to take precautions against sexRead More
The government-funded nonprofit organization that works with low income Providence residents on a variety of issuesRead More
At at press conference on Capitol Hill, U.S. Representative David Cicilline (D-RI) called on the Joint Select Committee onRead More
Rhode Islanders are spending their pensions in nearly every state in the country, costing the state more than $142Read More
Claiming that it violates the Department of Justice’s own standards, the RI ACLU four other organizations have asked theRead More