This week on Newsmakers: Former General Treasurer Frank Caprio.
Union groups led by the Rhode Island State Association of Fire Fighters picketed outside a downtown hotel on Monday morning where Gov. Lincoln Chafee and
The City of Providence has filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against its longtime actuary Buck Consultants, charging them with “miscalculating” the estimated
The president of Scituate's police union says his officers aren't happy with the town's plan to close an $8 million pension shortfall uncovered by Target 12.
A Target 12 investigation reveals officials in Scituate held held next to no meetings from 1999 to 2011 as the town's pension shortfall exploded to $8 million.
R.I. Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter ordered mediation talks on Tuesday to seek a resolution to the union lawsuit challenging Rhode Island's landmark
On Friday a R.I. Superior Court judge is scheduled to hear arguments in a motion to toss the union lawsuit aimed at dismantling the landmark pension reform
State officials have launched a telephone "hotline" for residents to report potential disability pension abuse.
A study by the Pew Center into pension shortfalls nationwide found Rhode Island has been the most aggressive in overhauling its pension system.
The president of the Providence firefighter's union is using a low-ball figure when discussing average city pensions.
The head of public safety in Providence says the city’s investigation into accidental disability pensions awarded in the early 1990s has revealed there were
A former Providence fire chief's $197,000-a-year tax-free pension could outlive him, thanks to a little-known city ordinance.
Governor Lincoln Chafee called a gloomy investment report by a ratings agency "predictable," because the state has continually slashed aid to cities and
R.I. General Treasurer Gina Raimondo will receive a national award in New York City next month for her successful efforts to overhaul the state's pension