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The oldest general store in the United States is closing its doors Sunday after being in business in Adamsville, R.I., for 224 years, its owner says.
Rhode Island legislators learned Tuesday the governor had vetoed 22 of the bills they passed during a hectic two-day special session in October.
Rhode Island is making non-critical state employees take 12 days off without pay over the next year to save money, officials said.
Former U.S. Sen. Lincoln Chafee, R-R.I., says he will mount a run for governor of Rhode Island as an independent.
The American Civil Liberties Union contends Rhode Island is "circumventing" a court finding on a program to find illegal immigrants.
Robert Warren, the head of the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency, has been dismissed in the wake of last week's devastating snowstorm.
An agreement between Rhode Island's Office of Energy Resources and Oceanlinx Ltd. is pending approval of a state power bill.
Rhode Island Gov. Donald Carcieri called on a state senator to give up a key committee chair after it was reported the lawmaker was under FBI investigation.
A Rhode Island political consultant has apologized to the governor Tuesday for remarks about extramarital affairs aired on his television show.