Unions representing public employees filed suit in the Rhode Island Superior Court in June 2012: The case is set to go before a jury this April.
This January marks the beginning of two new programs in Providence targeting gender and socioeconomic disparities in the technology sector.
PARCC, a standardized test that has been administered in the U.S. only in its trial phase, will be given to Rhode Island high school students in March.
Legislation introduced Jan. 15 would require genetically engineered products in Rhode Island to be clearly labeled “produced with genetic engineering.”
House Deputy Majority Whip Joseph Almeida, D-Providence, intends on introducing legislation to equip Rhode Island police with body cameras.
In the wake of Spats’ closing, new additions to Thayer Street this semester are slated to include a barber shop and a kabob wrap restaurant.
In keeping with a national trend, Rhode Island’s gas prices have fallen from $3.38 per gallon to $2.16 per gallon over the past year.
Rhode Island was ranked third in alcohol poisoning deaths and first in illicit drug use, according to findings from the Centers for Disease Control.
The push to grant driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants in Rhode Island gained new traction last week.
The Blackstone River Valley — a national heritage corridor for 28 years — has been designated a national historical park.