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State Treasurer Gina Raimondo said the pension changes put in place by the General Assembly have made the system more sustainable.
The route for this year will both begin and end at Potter Cove
Newport City Council approved a small outdoor expansion. At least one 5th Ward resident is not pleased.
Results from a recent executive survey ranked Rhode Island 37th for business.
The Newport City Council approved a series of liquor license transfers Wednesday
A Newport resident says existing billboards on Van Zandt Avenue are dangerous and violate city ordinances
Joined by representatives from the U.S. Travel Association, as well as Rhode Island tourism advocates, U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) visited tourist sites in Newport Monday morning
Former Newport Mayor Stephen Waluk said it is important for Aquidneck Island to have a voice on the RITBA board
An email exchange this week between the city manager and the superintendent of schools raised concerns about transparency in the budget process.
A bill legalizing same-sex marriage passed 56-15.
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