Rhode Islanders have donated nearly $17 million to federal campaigns in the last three election cycles, with theRead More
CCRI President Ray Di Pasquale, who began his tenure in 2006 with a salary of $180,000, has for the past three years had an annual salary of $265,000 and a total compensation package including health and retirement of over $370,000 due to his dual role as interim commissioner of higher education -- at the time.
Rhode Island’s school children weren’t the only ones on vacation this week. Lawmakers on Smith Hill also took some timeRead More
The Providence City Council upped the ante in the battle to determine who is to blame for the city’s financial crisis,Read More
In 2010, there were 13 lives lost in Rhode Island related to domestic violence. Whether homicides or suicides, it is notRead More
University of Rhode Island Professor Mary Cappello may have spent the past five years trying to pin down the elusiveRead More
Rhode Island’s specialty license plate of South County’s Plum Beach Lighthouse was voted to be the second best in theRead More
Two Providence City Council members are calling for a criminal investigation into the mismanagement of city finances underRead More