As many as “14 or 15” Providence public schools may be labeled “persistently low-achieving” and in need of intervention byRead More
Providence mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza’s admission that he had been arrested for shoplifting was taken word for word from a letter Central Falls Mayor James Diossa issued to constituents explaining his arrest on the same charge.
With the state bracing for Hurricane Irene, a Johnston-based insurance company with offices worldwide is warning thatRead More
A former Mayoral candidate is claiming responsibility for the robocall that went out to thousands of Cranston residentsRead More
Governor Chafee has declared a state of emergency effective immediately as the state braces for Hurricane Irene.
The 18-member reapportionment commission must make its recommendations to the General Assembly by January 15, 2012 and theRead More
State Rep. Doreen Costa has taken a job with WPRO, the station’s program director Paul Giammarco has confirmed.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will visit Rhode Island to deliver the keynote address at the 68th Rhode IslandRead More
If Cranston residents don’t want Mayoral Academies built in their city, Providence City Council President Michael SolomonRead More