State Government Press Releases

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06/29/2017
Position: HighTech Manufacturing Training http://www.dlt.ri.gov/realjobs/pdfs/IamMfg0617.pdf Employer: I am Manufacturing 2.0 Location: Warwick, RI Rate based on experience (as seen on Channel 10) Position:Call Center Reps...
06/28/2017
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced that Troy Lake Simonds (age 28), of Westerly, was found guilty today of one count of assault with a dangerous weapon after a six-day, jury-waived trial presided over by Superior Court Justice Melanie Wilk Thunberg. During the course of the trial,...
06/28/2017
DHS Director Hawkins Receives Unanimous Senate Approval PROVIDENCE, R.I. The Rhode Island Senate unanimously approved Courtney E. Hawkins as Director for the Department of Human Services Tuesday afternoon. The native Rhode Islander and current Providence resident, started the role in an...
06/28/2017
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends closing Spouting Rock Beach in Newport for swimming because of high bacteria counts. The beach is also known as Bailey's Beach. When a beach closure is recommended, water quality analysis is conducted by RIDOH's laboratory or a state-...
06/28/2017
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends closing Kent County YMCA Lower Pond for swimming because of high bacteria counts. The pond is located in Warwick. Oakland Beach in Warwick also remains closed. When a beach closure is recommended, water quality analysis is conducted by...
06/28/2017
SCITUATE, RI Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, today announced: The retirement of Rhode Island State Fire Marshal John Chartier, who is retiring as of June 30, 2017, after nine years as...
06/27/2017
PROVIDENCE, RI Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea announced today key measures that will clean up Rhode Island's voter rolls. "When I ran for Secretary of State, I told Rhode Islanders that having clean voter lists was critical to preserving the integrity of our elections and ensure that...
06/27/2017
EXETER, RI -- If you're planning to use fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, the Rhode Island Division of State Fire Marshal urges you to do so carefully. "Fireworks can be fun, but they're also dangerous," said Fire Marshal John Chartier. "The use of consumer fireworks,
06/27/2017
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends reopening Warren Town Beach and King Park Beach in Newport for swimming. The beaches had been closed because of high bacteria counts. Oakland Beach in Warwick remains closed. When a beach closure is recommended, water quality analysis is...
06/27/2017
The Complainant alleged the Town of Cumberland ("Town") violated the APRA when it improperly redacted and denied his APRA request seeking records concerning the death of a third party. In In re: Cumberland Police Department, ADV PR 03-02, this Department concluded that "when a law enforcement...