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Those who recall the aftermath of Cornel Young Jr.'s death are skeptical that the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights will be reformed.
But the lawyer for political operative Jeffrey T. Britt says he expects the case to go to trial and he'll probably call House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello as a witness.
A minor league baseball team can be a critical part of its community, and not just as an entertainment option.
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There are campaign operatives who will tell you that no one has ever won or lost a race based on lawn signs, but there are psychological benefits to having pretty ones.
Ocean State Shields is offering a product line that includes countertop protectors, dividers, and antimicrobial treatments.
The Safe Harbor Housing Program, developed with United Way and the judiciary, will use informal mediation to help tenants and landlords figure out how to avoid eviction.
From concern about coronavirus hoarding to worries about civil unrest, residents and out-of-staters are arming themselves at a record rate.
Daniel P. Connors had worked seven months as a senior advisor to the governor, capping a lengthy career in politics and the law in Rhode Island.
The program will assist renters with the eviction court process and try to work out payment arrangements with landlords.
The Baker administration on Thursday placed Steven A. Florio, who held the same job in Rhode Island for 16 years, on administrative leave.
Jobcase said Thursday that it is selling a majority stake to one of its big investors based in Rhode Island in a deal that will help it expand its offerings.