Advanced Solutions for Tomorrow is laying off its entire staff in the wake of a federal corruption case against its founder, WPRI.com has learned.
About 58,000 Rhode Island families struggled to put enough food on the table at some point in the last three years.
A Target 12 investigation reveals city taxpayers are forking over millions of dollars every year for longevity pay.
The victims of all seven workplace fatalities were white, non-Hispanics and three were age 65 or older.
Unpopular tax may be back for good, despite candidates' pledges.
The Providence Journal's weekday circulation fell by 10 percent.
Republican Eric Wallin portrays himself as a stringent enforcer of law and order.
The state has the same number of jobs today as it did in 1987.
Only 42 percent were enrolled in a 401(k) or other plan last year.
The two congressional districts are split between Caprio and Chafee.
A century ago, the holiday shined a spotlight on Italians here.
A more conservative estimate finds a much larger shortfall.
Providence Equity founder gave to John Loughlin instead.
CobbCorp will seek a buyer for the insolvent station.
Two of three new surveys show Caprio and Chafee in a tight race.
Hedge fund D.E. Shaw is cutting staff and reviewing its investments.