For many candidates political signs are a way to effectively build name recognition and show their political strength, butRead More
State Employee compensation in Rhode Island is significantly below competitive rates nationally, according to an independent study commissioned by the State's Department of Administration (DOA).
A sample of 21 job titles were compared in a comprehensive benchmark test against six other states and three comparable municipalities as well as prevalent wages within private sector occupational wages. The DOA’s commissioned report found Rhode Island State employees’ compensation does not stand up by comparison.
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Finally, the fantastic string of weather is being overwhelmed by our state's local sport:Read More
With less than one week until primary day - make your voice heard in a GoLocalProv online poll. Cast your vote in theRead More
Tropical Storm Igor is still not very well organized and is not moving very much. The storm is well over 3,000 miles fromRead More
Providence city council candidate Steven Meresi owes the city at least $19,000 in back taxes on his properties, accordingRead More
Former Attorney General Arlene Violet criticized Patrick Lynch and the State Police for their inaction on the landfillRead More
A state agency is accusing a Warwick developer of building a tipping facility at the state landfill that was completedRead More
The Duke of Earl… In the end, as far as we in Rhode Island were concerned, Hurricane Earl was more like aRead More