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PROVIDENCE – A 19-count federal indictment filed in U.S. District Court charges Jerrold N. Rosenberg, 62, of North Providence, with health care fraud, conspiracy to solicit or accept kickbacks, and receipt of kickbacks related to the prescription … more
PROVIDENCE – Rep. Robert Lancia, R-Cranston, is reintroducing legislation that would create an Office of the Inspector General in Rhode Island, WPRI-TV CBS 12 reported Jan. 27. Lancia said the inspector general would have broad powers to … more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association announced that Dave Chenevert, acting executive director, took over as executive director effective Jan. 1. RIMA also announced last month it will hold a conference addressing the … more
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Jan. 30 said Providence is joining the coalition of so-called "sanctuary" cities across the United States that do not allow local police to function as an arm of the federal government's Immigration and Customs Enforcement … more
An R.I. Superior Court judge on Thursday rejected a lawsuit filed by a group of retirees against Providence over cutbacks made to retirement benefits in 2011. more
PROVIDENCE – Former Rep. Peter Palombo, D-Cranston, appeared in Providence District Court Jan. 19 after being arrested by R.I. State Police and charged with embezzling campaign funds and filing false documents, WLNE-TV ABC 6 reported. An … more
PROVIDENCE – The American Civil Liberties Union of R.I. and the R.I. Disability Law Center on Jan. 19 announced the settlement of a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of a deaf person who was not provided an interpreter after he was arrested … more
Sometime in 2017, a new U.S. Supreme Court justice will take the bench and fill the vacancy created by the death last year of Justice Antonin Scalia. Sometime thereafter, the court will almost certainly reverse nearly 40 years of precedent and rule … more
Merger and acquisition SPECIALISTS say there are windows in the market and economy during which business owners can realize the most value from selling their companies. And the window has been open for a few years now, as private-equity … more
Longtime Aquidneck Island banker and lawyer William R. Harvey died on Jan. 5. Harvey was a member of the board of directors of SI Financial Group, based in Willimantic, Conn., and its subsidiary, Savings Institute Bank & Trust with $1.5 billion in assets. more
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