After pleading guilty to bribery, former Shark Bar and Grille owner Raymond Hugh receives a $50,000 bail, with his next court date due Jan. 19
Unless Rhode Island gains 25,000 residents by 2020, it will lose its second seat in the U.S. House of Representatives as a result of reapportionment.
Only one in three students met state standards in English, while only one in four did so in math, according to standardized test results released Tuesday.
About 100 young people participated in a Town Hall for the Next Generation organized by Rep. David Cicilline ’83, D-R.I Thursday.
Jeff Grybowski ’93 discussed progress on building a wind farm off the coast of Block Island at the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy Thursday.
Before delivering his lecture, Reed sat down with The Herald to discuss issues on the state, domestic and international levels.
The United States cannot divorce itself from the “disruptive forces” of the global world, Sen. Jack Reed, D-RI, told the audience Sunday.
Rhode Island government gets low grade for integrity The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that seeks to use investigative journalism to expose abuses of power, gave Rhode Island a “D+” in its 2015 State Integrity Investigation. But despite the low mark, the Ocean State was still fifth […]
Intellectually and developmentally disabled workers within Rhode Island sheltered workshops are still being abused on the job.