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Latest Providence Items
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell said Thursday that infrastructure in Rhode Island is deteriorating, and he called for spending at least $200 million to fix it.
Gov. Lincoln Chafee (CHAY'-fee) has nominated a top official in his administration to a judgeship on the superior court.
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Angel Taveras on Monday unveiled a plan that calls for spending $5 million annually to grow tourism in Rhode Island, which he said is a major economic driver.
The Providence school superintendent says an administrator has resigned after it was reported she was hired with an unaccredited degree she bought online.
From a new unemployment rate to a state Senate vote to nix the NECAP, here are five things to know in Rhode Island:
The state attorney general has approved the affiliation between a California-based health care company and CharterCare Health Partners, which owns two Rhode Island hospitals.
A former North Providence police office serving time for burglary and other charges is asking a judge to reduce his 20-year sentence.
Gov. Lincoln Chafee on Tuesday harshly criticized two Republican gubernatorial candidates who say the state should walk away from the 38 Studios debt, calling them "unfit" for the office.
In a story May 10 about a drug abuse forum being hosted by Newport Hospital, The Associated Press reported erroneously when it is being held. The forum is being held May 19, not May 12.