Federal, state and municipal officials gathered with private sector leaders in a ceremony to kick off renovations to the South Street Power Station Monday.
Rhode Island Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts ’78 was nominated as Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services.
City activists and law enforcement officials are considering the steps needed to address local concerns over police officers relations with people of color.
Those involved in the state’s education policy continue to examine how the increase in nontraditional schools meshes with larger education plans.
Rhode Island’s Medicaid program decided in September to ration the delivery of Sovaldi, a prescription drug approved to cure chronic Hepatitis C.
The Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island recently approved a plan to open a museum to examine the Episcopal Church’s role in slavery in northern states
Elorza sat on stage at the One Providence Listening Forum Sunday taking note of residents’ concerns on education, public safety, housing and transportation.
After almost five months of construction, the redesign of Kennedy Plaza is coming to a close.
A Rhode Island Department of Health study that found that 11 percent of high school students had BMIs above the 95th percentile, qualifying them as obese.
HealthSource RI, the state health insurance exchange, opened its second enrollment period Nov. 15 to allow individuals and families to renew their coverage.