Feb. 08--Among the terms in Governor Raimondo's proposed budget for next year, born in the Brookings Institution's plan for improving the Rhode Island economy, is "Rhody Pass," which the think tank proposed to help business travelers move more
Four McGlynn hit six 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to help Rhode Island beat George Mason 81-63 Tuesday night
Today and tomorrow the Rhode Island House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare and the House side of the New Hampshire General Court will hear bills about labeling food made with genetically modified organisms (GMOs). A bipartisan majority of the New Hampshire Environment and Agriculture Committee led by Rep. Show More Summary
One year after his "Let It Go" snow day announcement went viral, a Rhode Island school administrator is canceling classes with another amazing parody. Moses Brown School Head Matt Glendinning announced a snow day on Feb. 5 by channeling none other than Adele. Show More Summary
In a cellphone video posted to the Concerned Citizens of West Warwick Facebook page, a Rhode Island man filmed an encounter with a local man currently out on bail for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl. According to Jay Messier, he encountered 53-year-old Lloyd Baker standing on a downtown corner...
[Treaty of Alliance Between The United States and France; February 6, 1778The most Christian King and the United States of North America, to wit, New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhodes island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,...Show More Summary
Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island, announced a snow day via its parody, "Hello, school is closed."
Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island, has a strong track record for announcing snow days. Last year they racked up millions of views with their epic parody of Frozen's "Let it Go," and this year they've gone and done it again...Show More Summary
Columbus Day is celebrated on the second Monday in October every year in the United States since 1934. Over the years, however, things have been changing with respect to this much debatable holiday. BrownUniversity, Rhode Island already...Show More Summary
Vincent "Buddy" Cianci Jr., who served separate, decade-long epochs as mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, each punctuated by a felony conviction, died last week at 74. He lorded over only twenty square miles, but across America political junkies smiled and shook their heads at the news. Show More Summary
Pin it Name: Cayden and Kyle (6 and 11 months) Location: Providence, Rhode Island We started this room years ago in this theme — there's something about the classic red, white and blue that just says little boys to me, I love it! Although...Show More Summary
Oops. Iowa State announced that December commit and graduate transfer from Rhode Island Tyler Catalina would be part of the 2016 recruiting class. Except, there was only one problem: Catalina's brother, Tony, said the report was inaccurate. ICYMI:...Show More Summary
Trey Davis had 20 points, and C.J. Anderson scored all six of his points in overtime to help UMass snap a six-game skid and beat Rhode Island 61-56 Tuesday night
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I met Vincent "Buddy" Cianci, the legendary former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, in September of 2013. I was in Rhode Island to write a story about pension reform. The former chief of the city firefighters' union, Stephen Day, was one of the people I was interviewing. Day was one of...
Isaiah Miles made 9 of 10 free throws and scored 17 points, DeAndre Bembry had a double-double and Saint Joseph's defeated Rhode Island 64-55 on Saturday night
Above: Members of UNITE-HERE Local 217 I know the Rhode Island story everyone wants to discuss is the death of Providence’s ex-scumbag mayor Buddy Cianci. Who will teach our children how to ride of wave of rape, kidnapping, and graft to national fame now? He will be laying in state at the Providence City Hall […]
“Be careful,” the notoriously thuggish Mayor Vincent Albert (Buddy) Cianci, of Providence, Rhode Island, told an officer of that city’s notoriously sniffy-patrician University Club, back in 1998. “The toe you stepped on yesterday may be connected to the ass you have to kiss today.”
I first met Vincent “Buddy” Cianci, the celebrated ex-mayor of Providence who dominated Rhode Island politics for decades, at Tammany Hall Pub and Parlor toward the end of Federal Hill in Providence. I had been invited to the Ocean State for a luncheon with labor leaders the following day in [...]
Mr. Cianci, whose career ended in a corruption scandal, was a dominant personality in Rhode Island politics for decades.