Governor Lincoln Chafee has appointed the CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, Anne M. Nolan, to the Rhode Island Parole Board.Read More
This is a tale of two newspapers. One is full of energy, experimentation, and hope. That one is in Boston. The other is in limbo, rudderless and adrift. That one is in Providence.
The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing today on a controversial civil unions bill.
The Cranston City Council last night approved a $245.2 million budget that includes a 70-cent tax increase.
Governor Lincoln Chafee today announced he has given Central Falls Receiver Robert Flanders the authority he needs toRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras yesterday said GoLocalProv’s rankings of the top high schools in the state shows that theRead More
University of Rhode Island Campus police escorted about 400 rowdy students from the crowded second floor of the Robert L.Read More
Toll Gate, Davies Career and Technical High School, The Met School and Beacon Charter High School for the Arts all sawRead More
A June, 2002 analysis by the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) suggested that Mt. Pleasant High School wasRead More