Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza promised a new era and inclusion, but his top appointments to top level management positions in… Read More
A Brown University graduate student died from a fall from the Science Center Library on Tuesday.
Every week, GoLocalProv shines the spotlight on one individual who is making an impact on Rhode Island. This week,… Read More
It's Palm Sunday as I write this and my thoughts of the last week are ones of sadness and frustration. The loss of a nine… Read More
Brown University announced Wednesday that they have made 2,580 offers of admission for the Class of 2019.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady played an April Fools joke on all of New England when he posted a picture of himself in a full… Read More
WPRO Radio’s midday host Dan Yorke and late-morning host John DePetro have made Talker Magazine’s 2015… Read More
Should musicians be forced to pay royalties or give credit to predecessors simply because their new songs sound similar to… Read More
Brown University has confirmed the student who fell from the Science Library on Tuesday has died -- but has not released a… Read More
A student fell from Brown University's Science Library on Tuesday, March 31. There is no additional information at… Read More
While the Aaron Hernandez trial is certainly among the biggest stories in sports, does it justify having the coverage that… Read More
U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, a co-chair fo the LGBT Equality Caucus and one of only six openly gay members of the U.S.… Read More
Governor Gina M. Raimondo named twelve appointments to revive the long-vacant Rhode Island Commission on Women on Tuesday,… Read More
The Providence Police Department has disciplined two police officers following an internal investigation into the cell phone… Read More
Governor Gina Raimondo announced on Tuesday that 11 year old Khatima Bulmer has won an essay contest to become Governor… Read More
Former SEC lawyer and Forbes columnist Edward Siedle, who investigated then-General Treasurer Gina Raimondo's… Read More
Cilantro Mexican Grill restaurant chain must pay over $100K in wages and damages to 32 underpaid employees following… Read More
In 1997, The RI actuary and investment consultants advised the Retirement Board to adopt an investment return assumption no… Read More
Legislation to allow parents and guardians of students in RI schools to opt out of the Partnership for the Assessment of… Read More
In case you missed it, the next salvo in the social media revolution is underway. The release of two live video streaming… Read More
When William F. Buckley launched National Review, in 1955, he explained the magazine's purpose. ”It stands athwart… Read More
With Rhode Island's unemployment rate the lowest its been since 2008, but a top economist calling the state's… Read More
The ramifications of GateHouse Media cutting copy editors at the Providence Journal may have hit its most significant impact… Read More
Rhode Island's First Gentleman Andy Moffit will join with Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau President… Read More
Between 1986 and 2006, Rhode Island ran a gauntlet of scandals that exposed corruption and aroused public rage. Protesters… Read More
Moses Brown School released another viral video on Wednesday for April Fool's Day- Zombies have invaded the campus.
For the past eleven years, Stephen Cronin, president of Rhode Island-based marketing company TwoBolt, has been teaching… Read More
It may never be too late to rekindle that old relationship and here's how. Organizing a wedding, here's an… Read More
This week we celebrate Passover and this dish symbolizes the diversity of culinary offerings. Today, chefs have expanded the… Read More
Humans have been protecting animals almost as long as they’ve been eating them, with varying degrees of success.
The International String Trio will perform at Pot au Feu Restaurant on April 6, 2015 starting at 6 p.m. with a performance… Read More
The weather is changing, the sun is shining and it’s a great time of year to cleanse yourself and your home of things… Read More
The First Annual Southern New England Music Expo will be held at The Crowne Plaza in Warwick on May 3, 2015. The… Read More
Personal finance website WalletHub has released a report ranking all fifty states and Washington D.C. for their… Read More
Ever wonder what it would be like to open your fridge to find a full week of healthy, delicious food that’s prepped and… Read More
As the last few colleges release admission decisions this week, many families are puzzled by outcomes.
The snow is finally melting away and spring is officially upon us.
The Providence Journal recently raised the price of the newspaper by a whopping 100-percent! The Providence Journal… Read More
Are you willing to accept everything the way it is? Or, do you think you can change things that are undesirable in your… Read More
Urban gardeners lean towards the random crocus and snowdrops. We hope. At last the sun has passed the over the equator and… Read More
At one time, nearly every Providence family worked in the jewelry industry and fortunately, Rhode Island still holds the… Read More
Last month we explored the reason for the seasons. The motion of the heavens is a precise clock and calendar that can be used… Read More
As the Spring music season heats up, we check in with some old friends as well as some new artists on “5 Live.”… Read More
FirstWorks and The City of Providence announced Thursday that the Providence International Arts Festival will take place… Read More
Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival will celebrate the 100th birthday of legendary actor Anthony Quinn with a… Read More
Festival Ballet Providence will top off its 2014-2015 season with Rhode Island and world premieres by new and veteran… Read More
It happened again. Just yesterday. Twice!! I don’t mind food shopping at all. In fact I like it. For me it’s a… Read More
Providence College will host its eleventh Relay for Life event in the Peterson Center on March 27 from 6pm-4am. Over the past… Read More
Last week I featured an outstanding red wine from France’s Languedoc region. This week I thought I would throw another… Read More
Hipsters are like buttered popcorn-flavored jelly beans - you either love them or hate them. There is no in between. Some… Read More
You may not recognize her name, but you’ve definitely heard her sing.
Connecting for Children and Families is moving into the public phase of a $1.2 million Beacon of Hope Fundraising… Read More
Spring cleaning should include the fridge, even if it’s just for inventory. My suspicion is that, like me, you’ve… Read More
The Rhode Island Radio Hall of Fame announced its class of inductees for 2015 on Wednesday morning. The Hall of… Read More
Boston Celtics Forward Brandon Bass, Team President Rich Gotham, Legend Dana Barros, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and Alex… Read More