- Providence documents related to Fox subpoenaed Updated: Apr-17-14 12:47 pm
- RI's 5 things: Pension deal dies, 38 Studios woes Updated: Apr-12-14 10:04 am
- Judge considers release of 38 Studios depositions Updated: Apr-11-14 2:59 pm
- MacBeth wants subpoenas for 38 Studios testimony Updated: Apr-01-14 6:56 pm
- Deputy whip faces questions over campaign reports Updated: Mar-28-14 3:26 pm
- Speaker: Pension settlement process 'frustrating' Updated: Mar-27-14 3:11 pm
- Chafee: Confident in House after Fox resignation Updated: Mar-22-14 7:20 pm
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Federal law enforcement officials have subpoenaed documents pertaining to former House Speaker Gordon Fox from the city of Providence, a spokesman for Mayor Angel Taveras said Thursday.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Mediation over a landmark law ends, people with mental disabilities getting better job opportunities and a potential new owner for Newport Grand. Here are five things to know in Rhode Island this week:
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - The release of depositions in the 38 Studios lawsuit to two state legislative panels and the public would jeopardize the defendants' right to a fair trial, a defense lawyer in the case argued Friday before a Rhode Island judge.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - The new chairwoman of the House Oversight committee said Tuesday she wants to issue subpoenas to key figures related to the 38 Studios deal, including former House Speaker Gordon Fox, as the panel continues its review of the state's failed investment.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello's deputy majority whip has a campaign finance case pending before the attorney general, but an aide said Friday the speaker didn't know it when he tapped the lawmaker for the post and that the issues are being addressed.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello on Thursday called the process to reach a proposed settlement in the legal fight over Rhode Island's pension overhaul "frustrating" and said he believes the law would withstand a challenge in court.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - A spokeswoman for Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee (CHAY'-fee) says he is confident that members of the state House will "continue the job they were elected to do" after Speaker Gordon Fox announced he was resigning from the top post following raids of his home and office.