The speakers at the 10th annual Business Innovation Factory Summit all have one thing in common: They want to shake things up.
The Rhode Island Department of Health unveiled new numbers earlier this month on the rise of heroin and opioid overdoses in the state.
The Council on Elementary and Secondary Education voted to hold hearings on whether to delay a high school standardized exam graduation requirement.
For the first time in state history, the next governor of Rhode Island will most likely not be a white man.
Republican party challenge to Healey candidacy struck down The Rhode Island Board of Elections struck down an official petition by the R.I. Republican Party yesterday, which challenged the gubernatorial candidacy of Robert Healey who is running as a Moderate Party candidate, the Providence Journal reported. Healey, founder and former leader […]
Rhode Island will expand its vaccination requirements for students and child care workers beginning next August.
Due to limited funding to help people access more environmentally safe homes, housing organizations in Rhode Island have to turn away clients or defer them.
Smith Hill CDC and Sojourner House unveiled a plan for Rhode Island’s first supportive housing project for domestic abuse survivors.
As summer fades into fall, the reconstruction of Kennedy Plaza — which began July 12 — is continuing according to plan.
Scott Laurans, owner of Eastside Marketplace, sold the local grocery store this July to Ahold USA.