State officials say it is safe, but a core breach at Rhode Island’s only nuclear reactor—however minimal the risk—couldRead More
Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding—and most vulnerable to it—are Warwick, Providence, Cranston, and Newport, according to data from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.
After being blasted by a community action group for not living up to the promise of its First Source program designed toRead More
DMV Director Sara Strachan has resigned, Governor Lincoln Chafee’s office announced today.
The Providence Journal has failed to fully disclose to readers that its top education columnist, Julia Steiny, is a paidRead More
The Providence School District suffered a double blow yesterday—with Superintendent Thomas Brady announcing his departureRead More
Providence Schools Superintendent Thomas Brady has resigned his post, the district announced yesterday.
Education Commissioner Deborah Gist today said she is "deeply concerned" about the leadership in the Providence schoolRead More
The Rhode Island Department of Education announced this morning that four more Providence schools and one statewide schoolRead More
Barking dogs may be annoying, but imagine how scary it would be if there was no warning that an angry canine is nearby.