CHARLESTOWN, R.I. — U.S. health care isn’t designed to ensure individual well-being; it’s about shareholder profit and golden parachutes. The United States spends more on health care than just about any country on the planet, but the results would get most CEOs fired.
PROVIDENCE — Three state senators want answers on the March 29 natural-gas leak on Allens Avenue. The incident closed Interstate 95 for several hours and released some 19 million cubic feet of natural gas.
PROVIDENCE — The legislation is favored by developers who want to make building new homes easier and quicker.
A pipeline proposed in Berkshire County, Mass., has been met with resistance from environmental activists, a Native American organization and residents of Sandisfield, the small town through which the pipeline would run.
JOHNSTON, R.I. — It's been considered a political third rail for years, but on July 1, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, the operator of the state's Central Landfill, will be raising tipping fees for the first time since 1992.
PROVIDENCE — Waterfront recreation will be coming back to Rocky Point in Warwick and the former Shooters nightclub site on the city's shoreline.