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State leaders announce largest economic development project in Pawtucket’s history

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien, Senate President Dominick Ruggerio and House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello today announced the largest...

Demanding Dignity: Direct Service Providers need $15 an hour

An open letter from the Demanding Dignity campaign, a coalition consisting of the RI AFL-CIO, RI Federation of Teachers and Health...

The specter of Invenergy haunts the Johnston Inauguration

At the Town of Johnston's Mayoral and Town Council Inauguration, held Monday night in the Johnston High School auditorium, Invenergy's top attorney,...

2019 Rhode Island Small Business Economic Summit

Unseen by most Rhode Islanders, the Rhode Island Small Business Economic Summit (Summit), an annual meeting between the business community and our...

The 11th Annual Fighting Poverty with Faith Vigil

As it has for every year for over a decade, the 11th Annual Fighting Poverty with Faith Vigil, organized by the the...

State Senator Sam Bell explains why he cannot support Ruggerio for Senate President

Newly elected State Senator Samuel Bell (Democrat, District 5, Providence) rose to explain why he will not support Senator Dominick Ruggerio (Democrat,...

Rhode Island General Assembly to convene on New Year’s Day

The Rhode Island General Assembly will convene on Tuesday, January 1, at 4pm as members of the Rhode Island State Senate and...

Speaker Mattiello and Democracy vs Despotism at Chapel Grille

Over 50 people, representing themselves and more than a dozen different advocacy groups, gathered outside Chapel Grille in Cranston Thursday night armed with signs,...

Senator Bell abstains from voting for Senate leadership slate at caucus meeting

During his campaign then candidate now Senator-elect Samuel Bell (Democrat, District 5, Providence) promised his constituents that he would not vote to elect Senator...

Providence Mayoral Debate sparks teacher protests

As members of the Providence Teachers Unions chanted "We want contracts!" outside, the Downtown Neighborhood Association held a Providence mayoral candidate forum featuring Democratic...