The long-serving Democrats’ record of legislative success has earned leadership posts for both.
The two Democrats have been effective in passing legislation that serves residents’ needs.
The city’s deficit and a need for more revenue calls attention to reforms to the state’s tax structure.
Rogers offers a fresh outlook, but Cummings’ tenure in the office is now needed to meet challenges.
The editorial board begins its endorsements with two state House races in newly redrawn districts.
Both library systems strive to offer a selection of books and match readers with the right book.
Voters have a wealth of resources as they begin evaluating candidates for the Nov. 8 general election.
The apartments’ residents have a stable home and are using it to improve their lives.
Legislation would allow newspapers and others to bargain for producing news big tech profits from.
Barring the sales of new gas vehicles and offering tax credits for EVs are key to the climate fight.
A new clinic will offer medication-assisted treatment to confront a rise in deaths from overdoses.
Along with forgiving loans, increase Pell grants and make tuition free at community colleges.
Municipal court trials have been canceled over a lack of jurors. Jury pay of $10 a day may be a reason.
Requiring addiction treatment risks keeping people on streets, which could cost taxpayers more in the end.
Changes to the 135-year-old law may prevent future attempts to overturn elections.
The pandemic has taken a toll on Providence and its nurses. Changes are needed to restore all.
The county’s investment of federal aid will serve those who need shelter and supportive services.
A tally of climate disasters shows an ever-increasing toll of costs and lives. Congress must act.
For several races, primary voters will determine which two candidates will move to the Nov. 8 election.
The new 988 crisis line is seeing an increase in calls that speaks to the need for mental health care.