Rhode Island could cut an additional $75 million to $150 million in its budget by eliminating waste and fraud in Medicaid,Read More
It’s hard to image an Ocean State without a commercial fishing industry, but one local business owner warns it could happen.
“We’re at a dangerous low level,” said Richard Fuka. If the fleet is diminished any further, Rhode Islanders could see a local heritage industry “slip away” and become “a museum piece,” he says.
Leaders in the field of computer network security, along with politicians and other experts, met for the University ofRead More
General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo has appointed Melba Depena as the administrator for the Rhode Island Crime VictimsRead More
They’re one of the city’s only growth industries or their tax exempt status is one of the many reasons Providence isRead More
As the clocked ticked away at a midnight deadline that would have created a federal government shutdown, members of RhodeRead More
Speaker Gordon Fox defends pay raises for House staff and accuses the Providence Journal of misleading readers in anRead More
On the eve of a potential federal shutdown, Congressman Cicilline announces important federal grants for RI.