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Campaign worker charged in Matos signature scandal investigation

A 45-year-old Johnston man faces criminal charges in connection with the signature scandal that derailed Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos’s failed congressional campaign last year. R.I....

R.I. still playing catchup on public records access

Government transparency was once contagious. In the years after the 1966 passage of the Freedom of Information Act, many states passed public records laws of...

Same arguments. Different court: Shoreline access debate to play out in...

Rhode Island’s beaches are quiet, with only the hardiest braving the frigid temperatures for a walk along a desolate shoreline. But inside the state court...

Neronha opens criminal probe of condemned condos’ management company

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Attorney General’s office has launched a criminal  investigation into the North Providence property management company that has recently come...

PUC backs contested Portsmouth LNG facility license. For now.

State utility regulators concur: Keeping, and expanding, a Portsmouth liquified natural gas facility as a back-up heating source for Aquidneck Island is a good...

Should the General Assembly ban assault-style weapons in Rhode Island this...

Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Jan. 31 joined a host of state leaders in proposing a ban on assault-style weapons in Rhode Island. McKee, Lt....

McKee proposes R.I. ban on assault weapons

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee joined other state leaders on Tuesday at the Statehouse in proposing a ban on assault-style weapons in Rhode...

After his win, Gov. McKee plans for R.I.’s future 

PROVIDENCE (AP) – Now that R.I. Gov. Daniel J. McKee has won his first full term in office, the Democrat is developing a vision...

92K R.I. voters have cast early ballots; polls open 8 a.m....

PROVIDENCE – With Election Day looming on Tuesday, more than 92,000 Rhode Island residents have already voted for who they want in office.  As of...

Disputed R.I. utility sale returns to state court after reaching settlement...

PROVIDENCE – The disputed sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business is back before the R.I Superior Court after reaching a deal in Massachusetts. Massachusetts...
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