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Under pressure from AG, Woonsocket looks to cut ties with liquid...

Fifteen months after Woonsocket wastewater treatment plant owners and operators were sued for dumping partially untreated sewage into the Blackstone River, city officials are...
NOT SOLD: Lynn Blais, a nurse at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence and president of the United Nurses and Allied Professionals, is skeptical of The Centurion Foundation Inc.’s acquisition plan. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Handle with care: Fate of hospitals in balance as regulators review...

Prospect Medical Holdings Inc. was seen as a hero a decade ago, swooping in to prop up the struggling Roger Williams Medical Center in...
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Weizenbaum named new Gamm Theatre board chair

MIRIAM WEIZENBAUM, chief of the R.I. Office of the Attorney General’s Civil Division, was named the new board president for the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre...

Westerly fire district files lawsuit in continuing shoreline access dispute

WESTERLY – In the latest of a series of shoreline access disputes, the Weekapaug Fire District has filed a lawsuit contesting a path's proposed...
THE R.I. BOARD of Elections on Friday voted to forward all of Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos' congressional nomination papers to be investigated and reviewed by the R.I. Office of the Attorney General. / SCREENSHOT VIA YOUTUBE.COM

R.I. Board of Elections forwarding all of Matos’ nomination papers to...

CRANSTON – With a 5-1 vote during a lengthy executive session Friday, the R.I. Board of Elections is referring all congressional nomination papers submitted...

Centurion Foundation, Prospect Medical submit application for CharterCARE purchase

PROVIDENCE – Atlanta-based The Centurion Foundation and Prospect Medical Holdings Inc. announced Friday they have submitted an application to state regulators seeking approval for...

State lab error forces 52 cocaine cases to be retested

PROVIDENCE – Accidental cross-contamination during a quality control test at a state laboratory is calling into question hundreds of criminal cases involving cocaine. The R.I....
GERARD CATALA, former Providence City Council candidate and the president of the Providence NAACP, was arraigned Thursday on two charges of failing to file campaign finance reports during election season last year. / PBN FILE PHOTO

NAACP Providence president charged with campaign finance violations

PROVIDENCE – A former Providence City Council candidate and newly elected president of the city’s chapter of the NAACP has been charged with violating...

What’s R.I.’s solution to prevent data breaches?

The state hasn’t been immune to major data breaches – the latest example being an R.I. Department of Health mishap that exposed the protected...
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE is investigating who was responsible for placing several packets of racist and homophobic materials near the residence halls on campus. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

Racist material found on RIC campus, college investigating matter

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island College has launched an investigation into finding those responsible who put several packets containing racist and homophobic materials that were...
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