The unfunded liabilities for local city and town pension funds have soared to $7.6 billion—exceeding the state-only shareRead More
State agencies spent nearly $1.5 million on outside legal counsel last year, but the bulk of the work went to just a handful of law firms, according to state data obtained from the Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity.
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GoLocalProv asked Providence citizens what they thought of the latest controversy surrounding Police Chief DeanRead More
Hess has announced today that it is withdrawing its proposal to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in Mount Hope Bay.
Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare says he is evaluating a weekend incident that included underage drinkingRead More
The public hearings that consisted mostly of bitter opposition to the proposed Mayoral Academy in Cranston are over, andRead More
Providence Police Chief Col. Dean Esserman stood on his front lawn and watched underage drinkers –carrying beer cans andRead More