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Big Controversies Hit State House As General Assembly Tries to Adjourn—Big Controversies Hit State House As General Assembly…

NEW: Riley Considers Run for Rhode Island General Treasurer—NEW: Riley Considers Run for Rhode Island General…

NEW: Fung Moving Campaign Headquarters—From One Carpionato Property to Another—NEW: Fung Moving Campaign Headquarters -- From One…

Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not? - June 22, 2018—Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s…

Marzullo Announces Candidacy for State Rep. in District 26—Marzullo Announces Candidacy for State Rep. in District…

General Assembly Passes Bill to Improve Effectiveness of Sexual Abuse Reporting in Schools—General Assembly Passes Bill to Improve Effectiveness of…

Dickinson Blasts Raimondo Over “Failure to Provide Leadership” on PawSox Legislation—Dickinson Blasts Raimondo Over "Failure to Provide Leadership"…

Drew Christensen Performs in the Alex and Ani Lounge—Drew Christensen Performs in the Alex and Ani…

10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - June 22, 2018—10 Great Things to do in RI This…

“This is What the Average Rhode Islander Doesn’t Like,” Says Giarrusso of PawSox Deal on LIVE—“This is What the Average Rhode Islander Doesn’t…


Providence Man Arrested on Drug Trafficking & Fugitive Charges

Providence man arrested on drug trafficking & fugitive charges

Thursday, June 21, 2018

A Providence man was arrested by the Rhode Island State Police on drug trafficking and fugitive charges and the seizure of almost two pounds of fentanyl, with a street value of $30,000 to $35,000, and ten grams of heroin, drug presses and other drug paraphernalia during a search of his apartment.

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UPDATED: Grebien Blasts Mattiello and House Over PawSox Failure, Legislation Posted for Thursday

Speaker Mattiello was the target of Grebien's anger on Tuesday.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien blasted Rhode Island Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello for playing the PawSox legislation the “wrong way,” following the eleventh hour hearing at House Finance on Tuesday that resulted in no further action. 

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BankNewport Opens New Branch in Providence

BankNewport opens new branch in Providence

Thursday, June 21, 2018

BankNewport opened its newest branch in Providence this week, bringing the company’s total to 16 branches.

The branch is located at the corner of Dorrance and Westminster Street.

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Pilobolus Dance Theater to Kick-Off FirstWorks 2018-19 Artistic Icons Series

Pilobolus will kick-off FirstWorks 2018-19 season

Thursday, June 21, 2018

World-renowned movement illusionists Pilobolus Dance Theater will kick off FirstWorks 2018-19 Artistic Icon Series with their new show “Come to Your Senses.”

Pilobolus previously performed at PVDFest earlier this month with their show called “Up: The Umbrella Project.”

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Northeast Investment Group Opens New Office in Cranston

From left to right: Anthony J. Landi Jr., Deborah R. Shuster, Jeffrey M. Boudjouk, and Kelly Almonte.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Northeast Investment Group announced the opening of their new office at 1000 Chapel View Boulevard in Cranston.

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Gorbea Urges Candidates to Note Upcoming Filing Deadline

Nellie Gorbea Urges Candidates to File Declaration of Candidacy

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea is reminding those who are looking to run for office that they must field a Declaration of Candidacy form on June 25, 26 or 27 by 4 p.m. to be eligible.

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Bruins to Open 2018-19 Season Against Defending Stanley Cup Champion Washington

Charlie McAvoy and the Bruins will open their season in Washington

Thursday, June 21, 2018

The Boston Bruins will open the 2018-19 season on the road against the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals.

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10 Shocking Elements of the St. Joseph Pension Fund Lawsuit Against the Diocese and Others

The massive lawsuit alleges Bishop Tobin (L) was a key player in the fraud

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

One reason why this lawsuit is different from most litigation is that the discovery — the collection of the documents including memos, emails, etc. was conducted as part of the receivership process before the suit was filled.

More than one million pages of documents were secured by the special investigator. 

The massive amount of material, some of it demanded by the court after non-compliance with subpoenas and delays over the past ten months, unveil a series of events, lies, and efforts to hide critical information which ultimately led to the largest pension fund collapse in Rhode Island history and now leave the 2,700 plus members of the St. Joseph Health Services pension fund facing a fund shortfall estimated by the receiver to be $118 million or more.

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End of the Session PawSox Battle Continues in House Finance Hearing Tuesday Night

Pawtucket Mayor Grebien

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

With the clock running out on the legislative session, resolution in the House’s embattled PawSox stadium bill still has not been reached.

At a House Finance Committee meeting Tuesday night, Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien urged the council to approve Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s newest version of the bill, which is currently under consideration.

“We are at the beginning of something great for the city of Pawtucket,” Grebien said in his testimony. “My message to you is simple: please pass this legislation!”

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NEW: President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation

President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending the policy of separating children from families after they are detained for crossing the border illegally.

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