The executive director of an education reform group yesterday took Board of Regents nominee George Caruolo to task forRead 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.
What’s the difference between terminating and laying off all the teachers in the district?
Maryellen Butke, the executive director of Rhode Island Campaign for Achievement Now (RI-CAN), will be speaking at today'sRead More
The president of the American Federation of Teachers will be attending the Providence Teachers Union rally this WednesdayRead More
Providence Teacher's Union (PTU) President Steve Smith met with Providence Mayor Angel Taveras yesterday to discuss theRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras announced today a new interest-free Residential Energy Efficiency Loan program designed toRead More
As a result of high oil prices, gas prices jumped 15 cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.