Katherine Gregg, Providence Journal

Katherine Gregg

Providence Journal

Providence, RI, United States

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Past articles by Katherine:

The RI state pension fund had a stake in SVB and Signature Banks. Here's how much it could lose.

RI pension fund has small stake in collapsed SVB, Signature Banks → Read More

Rhode Island's 2024 presidential primary will fall on Passover. Will it be moved?

RI's presidential primary will fall on Passover next year → Read More

From Voter ID to residency minimum: These bills could change elections in RI. Here's how.

Repeal Voter ID? A more stringent residency requirement for candidates? → Read More

Can a firefighter preside over firefighter bills? Here's what the RI Ethics Commission said

The vote came in response to a request, from Rep. Stephen Casey, as chairman of the House Committee on Municipal Government & Housing. → Read More

Should RI repeal bans on abortion coverage for state workers, Medicaid users? Hear from both sides

Should RI repeal bans on abortion coverage for state workers, Medicaid recipients? Hearing today → Read More

Court orders AG to reinstate car wash owner's concealed-weapon permit. Here's why.

High court orders attorney general to reinstate car wash owner's concealed weapon permit → Read More

Auditors find hundreds of ineligible RI state workers on Medicaid rolls. What we know.

Auditors find hundreds of ineligible RI state workers on Medicaid rolls → Read More

Big RI names circling Cicilline's exit; here's who's staking out a possible run

Shekarchi, Foulkes stake out potential ground in CD1 Congressional race → Read More

Reworked bill includes no time limit on retirees substitute-teaching, collecting pensions

Lawmakers try to ease a teacher shortage in Providence by scrapping any time limit on retired teachers working as substitutes and collecting pensions. → Read More

Congressional pension awaits Cicilline, in addition to six-figure salary. Here's what he'll make.

Congressional pension awaits Cicilline along with big-paying job in non-profit world → Read More

With Cicilline stepping down, who might run for RI's 1st Congressional District seat?

Who may run for RI's 1st Congressional District seat? → Read More

Every new state union contract since 2021 has had a $3,000 bonus. How much has been spent?

McKee's $3,000 no-strings, retention bonuses now going to former employees → Read More

New correctional officers' contract pays $3,000 bonuses to officers, even if they left the job

McKee awards new contrac with $3,000 bonuses for former correctional officers → Read More

Should PTSD qualify for injured-on-duty status? Firefighter and RI state Rep. talks trauma

PTSD: "I've seen and dealt with a lot of things normal human beings don't see In their lifetime" → Read More

What RI is doing to combat 'bloated' voter rolls and ensure accurate elections data

More than 60k inactive voters purged from RI voter list → Read More

Rhode Island Judge Richard Licht struck by car outside State House

Rhode Island judge struck by car outside State House → Read More

RIPTA wants out of $84K lobbying contract with Fung's law firm

The Transit Authority is seeking to get out of the $84K lobbying contract it gave the law firm that employs former Cranston Mayor Allan Fung. → Read More

To avert substitute teacher shortage in Providence schools, legislators fast track bill

Legislators fast-track bill to allow retired teachers to work longer, keep pension to avert crisis → Read More

After spending $287K in political donations, firefighters push again for vetoed disability bill

After $287K in political donations, firefighters renew push for vetoed disability bill → Read More

Should RI scrap separate Republican, Democratic primaries? This group says yes

Should RI scrap its Republican, Democratic primaries? Bipartisan group says yes. → Read More