The majority of cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) would likely be suspended for 19 years and state employees will beRead More
Could Rhode Island handle an Ebola outbreak if one were to occur in the Ocean State's borders?
A proposal that will put a dent in the combined $9 billion shortfall between the state and local pension systems will beRead More
Rhode Island had the third-lowest birth rate (per thousand) in the nation in 2009, a statistic that coincides with a sharpRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras in conjunction with Achievement First and Rhode Island Mayoral Academies has submitted anRead More
Sen. James Sheehan has written to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Rhode Island questioning the legality of aRead More
The Office of Attorney General (RIAG) and the Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) announced that on Friday, OctoberRead More
Tom Sgouros went to the Occupy Providence rally Saturday and says the group is protesting all the right things.
Day three of the Occupy Providence movement will include local activists flocking to Bank of America to close theirRead More
Rhode Island residents will pay more in taxes for fewer services in 2012, with cities and towns across the state expectingRead More