In the end, speakers at the House Labor Committee hearing on a bill to enforce immigration laws and reinstitute E-VerifyRead More
Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding—and most vulnerable to it—are Warwick, Providence, Cranston, and Newport, according to data from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.
State Senator Nick Kettle last night apologized for an e-mail about a hearing on homelessness that advocates on the issueRead More
The Rhode Island Foundation granted a record $29.2 million to local non-profit organizations in 2010, the largest annualRead More
Pressure is mounting for Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman to leave amid accusations of previous misconduct.Read More
Providence City Councilman Nicholas Narducci has issued a statement asking schools Superintendent Thomas Brady to inspectRead More
Although RI gas prices dropped last week for the first time in over a month, this week they’ve risen by a penny.
Providence City Council President Michael Solomon has hired Bill Fischer to serve as his spokesman.
Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) is coming to Rhode Island to meet with his constituents tonight and tomorrow.