Attorney General Seeks to Dismiss Shoreline Access Lawsuit

Rhode Island officials said the lawsuit should be dismissed for a lack of standing.

Read Story

General Assembly Approves Bill to Make RIDOT Director RIPTA’s Board Chair

The bill also states that the "governor shall achieve a diverse membership in the board and shall give due consideration to recommendations for nominations” from an assortment of Rhode Island groups.

Read Story

Stories That Matter, in Your Inbox

Taxpayers Pay $600K in RIDOT Rent Annually to Owners of Business Polluting Providence Neighborhoods

A Providence scrapyard that has long been a dirty thorn in the side of local residents and government officials could be selling one of its Allens Avenue properties to the state of Rhode Island for up to $8 million.

Read Story

Your support keeps our reporters on the environmental beat.

Reader support is at the core of our nonprofit news model. Together, we can keep the environment in the headlines.


We use cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalized content. View Cookie Settings