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RI’s Public Broadcasting Stations May Face Devastating Cuts Under Trump Budget Plan

David Piccerelli, General Manager of RI PBS

For years, conservatives have been calling for the federal government to slash federal funding for public television and… Read More

 

Live Videos

LIVE: What’s Old is New Again At the Providence Flea

With a strong desire for artisan crafts and vintage goods, Maria Tocco, founder of the Providence Flea says… Read More

 

Sports

video: Cartwright’s Three With 2.4 Seconds Left Lifts PC Over #23 Creighton 68-66

Kyron Cartwright's three wins the game for PC

Kyron Cartwright hit a game winning three-pointer to lift the Providence College Friars over #23 Creighton 68-66 on… Read More

 

News

Former British Prime Minister Cameron to Speak at Brown

David Cameron

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron is coming to Brown University. 

 

News

Serpa Calls for Auditor General to Conduct Independent Review of UHIP

Patricia Serpa

House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Patricia Serpa requested the Office of the Auditor General to conduct an independent… Read More

 

Live Videos

Cristiano Labia Makes the Connection Between Italy and Customers at Two Federal Hill Restaurants

Cristiano Labia, General Manager

While many restaurants are boasting of “farm to table” on their menus, Cristiano Labia, General Manager of… Read More

 

Live Videos

GoLocal LIVE Nutrition: All About Carbs

Shira Hirshberg, Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist

Shira Hirshberg, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist with All Foods Nutrition says… Read More

 

Business

Brennan, Recupero, Cascione, Scungio & McAllister Add Two Attorneys to Prov Office

Jon Anderson

The law firm of Brennan, Recupero, Cascione, Scungio and McAllister (BRCSM) announced the addition of attorneys Jon… Read More

 

News

Providence Residents in Possession of 5 Kilos of Cocaine Worth $150,000 Arrested

Laura Martinez

Two Providence residents were arrested after Rhode Island State Police seized 5 kilos of cocaine worth $150,000. 

 

Business

Cumberland Farms’ Haseotes Family in Multi-Million Dollar Feud

Cumberland Farms

The Haseotes family, who owns Cumberland Farms and in 2015 was #73 on Forbes list of America's Richest Families, is back… Read More

 

News

Battle Over Prison Bridge Program at College Unbound

James Monteiro

Providence's James Monteiro has sent a cease and desist letter to College Unbound (CU) to stop using the Prison… Read More

 

Live Videos

UHIP Failure Increases Demand at Rhode Island Community Food Bank

RI Food Bank

Each month the Rhode Island Community Food Bankserves 59,000 people.   RI Community Food Bank CEO Andrew Schiff… Read More

 

News

Prov Ranks As One of Worst State Capitals to Live In — Even Behind Augusta, ME

How does Providence rank among the best capital cities to live in? Not high.  According to a recent study done by… Read More

 

Business

Raimondo Administration Starts Process for Locating New Innovation Campus

Where will the new Innovation Campus be located? Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed is pushing for it to be located at… Read More

 

Sports

video: URI’s Defense Keys 67-56 Win Over La Salle

jared Terrell leads URI with 24 points

The URI Rams put up one of their best defensive performances of the season.  The Rams held La Salle to just… Read More

 

Live Videos

Get Your Hands Dirty With History at Coggeshall Farm Museum

Casey Duckett, Coggeshall Farm Museum

History is alive at the Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol, RI and you can be a part of it. Interim Executive… Read More

 

Business

Guest MINDSETTER™ Magee: RI’s Strong Defense & Undersea Technology Cluster

Rhode Island has a wealth of organizations engaged in some form of undersea technology and its applications. Many of these… Read More

 

Live Videos

Security Expert Amore Talks About the Hunt for $500M Gardner Museum Paintings

Anthony Amore, director of Security at the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum

"In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the Isabella… Read More

 

Sports

Patriots Receiver Mitchell Seeks Publisher for Children’s Books

Malcolm Mitchell

Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell is looking for a publisher for his first children's book "The Magician's… Read More

 

News

EXCLUSIVE: John Hope Settlement Closing, According to Confidential Email

Chair of the Board Anastasia Williams

Representative Anastasia Williams has informed John Hope Settlement House (JHSH) board members of plans to shutter the… Read More

 

Politics

How Republican Governors are Turning New England Red

MA Governor Charlie Baker

New England is often described as a solidly Democrat region. When one looks at the numbers, it is easy to see why. Only one… Read More

 

Business

EDITORIAL: If You Are Sick, Please Stay Home

If sick, stay home (and get home)

At GoLocal one of our golden rules is if you are sick, stay home. We appreciate that people are committed to working hard,… Read More

 

Live Videos

LIVE: Saul Kaplan Talks the Innovation of RI Government Tech

Josh Fenton of GoLocalProv and Saul Kaplan of BIF discuss how to innovate tech in RI government

Saul Kaplan, Chief Catalyst at Business Innovation Factory, tells GoLocal LIVE that the UHIP project and future state… Read More

 

Politics

Horowitz: Enemy of the People

Rob Horowitz

With a job approval rating dipping below 40% in highly regarded national polls, such as PEW and Gallup-the worst rating by… Read More

 

Sports

Which RI College Has the Best Chance to Make NCAA Tournament? Maybe Bryant

Nisre Zouzoua

Which of the Rhode Island college hoop teams have the best chance to get an invite to March Madness? The University of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Barrington’s Moakler Returning to Reality TV on Lifetime, According to Reports

Shanna Moakler

Barrington’s Shanna Moakler, a former Miss USA, is getting back in front of the camera, according to reports. … Read More

 

Lifestyle

Brown Leads the U.S. In Number of Fulbright Scholars

Brown University has produced the most Fulbright scholarship winners in the country.  During the 2016-17 year,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Mr. Trump’s Handshake + Wine Etiquette + Cubicle Etiquette

How to avoid being strong-armed by Mr. Trump's handshake and having to give multi-greetings in the office, and whether or… Read More

 

Food

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Barley Minestrone

When the weather's cold, a big pot of soup simmering on the stove warms the heart as well as the hearth. Adding some… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Organize + Energize: 8 Things Not to do When Packing for Vacation

The minute the first snowstorm hits in RI, I want to pack a bag and head south. Many of you travel south this time of year… Read More

 
 
 

Food

Newport Storm Named Official Beer of Newport St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Newport Storm Brewery’s Spring Irish Red Ale has been named the official beer of the 61st annual Newport St.… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Retirement Board of Employees’ Retirement System Meeting Feb. 22

The Retirement Board of Employees' Retirement System will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, February 22 at 10:30 a.m.… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: INVITATION TO BID

SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the Department of CITY CLERK, CITY HALL, PROVIDENCE, RI until 2:15 o'clock P.M.… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Committee on Public Works Meeting Feb. 22

The Committee on Public Works will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, February 22 at 5 p.m. The meeting will be held on the… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Board of Investment Commissioners Meeting Feb. 23

The Board of Investment Commissioners will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, February 23 at noon. The meeting will be held… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Retirement Board Medical Sub Committee Meeting Feb. 22

The Providence Retirement Board Medical Sub Committee will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, February 22 at 9:30 a.m. The… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Special Committee on State Legislative Affairs Meeting Feb. 21

The Special Committee on State Legislative Affairs will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m. The… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Committee on Urban Redevelopment, Renewal & Planning Meeting Feb. 22

The Committee on Urban Redevelopment, Renewal and Planning will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, February 22 at 6 p.m.… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: INVITATION TO BID

SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the Department of CITY CLERK, CITY HALL, PROVIDENCE, RI until 2:15 o'clock P.M. on… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Board of Contract & Supply Meeting Feb. 21

The Board of Contract and Supply will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, February 21 at 2 p.m. The meeting will be held on… Read More

 

Public Notices

CITY OF PROVIDENCE: INVITATION TO BID

SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the Department of CITY CLERK, CITY HALL, PROVIDENCE, RI until 2:15 o'clock P.M. on… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Shake Your Booty for Rudy

The Rudy Cheeks benefit Sunday night raised thousands for the well known musician and writer

The mood was festive on a warm February evening when family, friends, and supporters gathered to honor Bruce McCrae, aka,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: 5 Hard Truths About Athletic Recruiting

Sports recruiting for potential college athletes is fraught with anxiety and mystery. Why do some kids get noticed and others… Read More

 

Health

Weiss: Overhauling Social Security & Medicare Gets ‘Thumbs Down’ in Recent Poll Findings

As the Trump Administration completes its first month in office, the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Things to do Over School Vacation Week in RI

February vacation has arrived and the kids are home from school for an entire week.  To help keep them busy,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

5-Time Grammy Winner Cross to Headline Misquamicut Springfest Weekend

Christopher Cross

Five-time Grammy Winner Christopher Cross will headline the three day Misquamicut Springfest weekend, the Misquamicut… Read More

 

Health

Brown Biomedical Research Hub Awards First Pilot Project Grants

The biomedical research hub at Brown University has awarded its first two Pilot Project grants. With the grants,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: How Perfect Can You Be?

I was looking for something healthy to eat at the airport last week, and when I asked someone if there were any other… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener A Mere Thaw?

African Violet, PHOTO: Wikipedia

Low slung Mercury, diamond Venus, and crescent moon are best viewed just before dawn arrives a few minutes later. Wild… Read More

 

Lifestyle

New Multi-Media Festival to Celebrate RI, Raise Money for Autism

A new multi-media fest titled “Revelfest” is set to celebrate the arts, music and fashion in Rhode Island while… Read More

 

Food

NEW: Local 121 Closing

Local 121 is closing

Local 121 in Providence is closing its doors after ten years of business. 

 

Lifestyle

slides: 10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - February 17, 2017

It is a long holiday weekend in Rhode Island and there is more than enough to keep you busy. 

 

Lifestyle

5 Live Music Musts - February 17, 2017

President’s Day means a long weekend for many, so with warmer weather expected, it’s a great time to get out and… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Brown President Paxson Hosts Family Service of RI 125th Anniversary Celebration

Brown President Christina Paxson and Family Service of RI CEO Margaret Holland McDuff

Brown President Christina Paxson hosted the Family Service of Rhode Island’s ‘year of celebration’ to mark… Read More

 
 
 
 

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