State Senator Dawson Hodgson (R-North Kingstown) is pre-filing legislation Friday to renew his push to establish an independent commission to investigate Rhode Island's losing investment in 38 Studios. Hodgson says he'll work to create a bipartisan coalition to bring the bill to a vote early in the 2014 General Assembly session.
Former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling the brains behind the failed 38 Studios venture is selling off the contents of his Medfield, Massachusetts home.
An estate company called “Consignworks” is selling off Curt Schilling’s furnishings Saturday from his Medfield, Massachusetts home. Among the items listed for sale are sofas, porch rockers, a baby grand piano, a punching bag, a Hummer golf cart, candlesticks, a baseball glove chair and clothing.
State Representative Karen MacBeth (D-Cumberland) wants the House Oversight Committee to use its subpoena power to extract documents and compel appearances by key figures in Rhode Island's losing investment in failed video game maker 38 Studios.
Daniel Harrop, a Republican candidate for mayor of Providence in 2014, joins the Roundtable this week as we discuss a ruling in the 38 Studios lawsuit; Harrop's campaign for City Hall; the organization of child care workers; and the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
The state’s lawsuit over failed video game company 38 Studios will move forward. Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein dismissed some of the counts, but allowed key parts of the state’s lawsuit to move ahead.
Rhode Island’s lawsuit over failed video game company 38 Studios will move forward. Superior Court judge Michael Silverstein dismissed some of the counts, but allows key parts of the state’s lawsuit to move ahead.
Former Red Sox star Curt Schilling says stress from 38 Studios’ business problems was part of why he suffered a heart attack in 2011. Schilling revealed the health problem in an interview with the Boston Sunday Globe.
Schilling tells the Globe he experienced chest pains while watching his wife run in the New York Marathon in November 2011. That was seven months before 38 Studios went bankrupt, leaving Rhode Island taxpayers on the hook for close to 100 million dollars. Schilling says he was treated after returning to Boston.