Two Providence Police officers have told GoLocalProv that the command of the Providence Police Department have ordered patrol… Read More
GoLocalProv has secured three videos shot by an ATV gang as they rode through Providence neighborhoods, pulled wheelies,… Read More
Ted Siedle's upcoming SEC reward proves he's much more than "some blogger" Russ Moore argues.
Now-Governor Gina Raimondo claimed her political bones and gained national press attention through her role in “pension… Read More
Rhode Island’s single-family home sales in June increased 10.2 percent and the median sales price jumped 12.2… Read More
EcoRI News' Tim Faulkner outlines some key deadlines arising for the decision-making process for the proposed Invenergy… Read More
Each week, GoLocalProv will publish a chapter of the book Wired: The Shocking True Story of Political Corruption and the… Read More
The New England Patriots training camp 2017 begins on Thursday morning, July 27, at the practice fields behind… Read More
Even though the national unemployment rate was just 4.4 percent in June, workers are still losing jobs or leaving the… Read More
Robert Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights… Read More
Jordan Spieth recovered from a near meltdown on the 13th hole, playing the final five holes at 5-under par to win the Open… Read More
News Editor Kate Nagle and Columnist Russ Moore discuss Who's Hot and Who's Not on GoLocal LIVE with some surprise… Read More
It looks like the criticism by former Governor Lincoln Chafee of sitting Governor Gina Raimondo’s job performance and… Read More
This week on ABC6' "In the Arena" a discussion of the budget impasse, the impact of the Tiverton Casino, and is Fall… Read More
The “Brunch” is on the road this weekend, as I visit my native state of Wisconsin. It is one of the 33 states… Read More
There has been a flood of good business news in Rhode island lately, but let’s not forget the state continues to be… Read More
Teal Bunbury scored two goals off the bench to lead the New England Revolution past the Los Angeles Galaxy 4-3 on… Read More
Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price gave up five runs on seven hits in five innings of action as the Red Sox fell 7-3 to… Read More
GoLocal has learned that Ted Siedle, the Forbes columnist, critic of Gina Raimondo’s investment strategy in hedge… Read More
Mayor Jorge Elorza has named Melissa Malone as Chief Operating Officer for Providence. She replaces Robin Muksian who was… Read More
Project 401 founder Jose "FacCe" Maldanado spoke with GoLocal's Kate Nagle on LIVE about Saturday's event, "Honoring… Read More
Slater Mill in Pawtucket is hosting outdoor movies this summer, which are screened on the side of the historic structure,… Read More
The United Way of Rhode Island’s Women’s Leadership Council donated $116,503 for local children’s… Read More
More than 20 religious and advocacy groups sent a letter to the Rhode Island General Assembly calling for them to get back… Read More
Over four months ago President Trump released his draconian FY 2018 Budget, now Congress begins to hammer out its budgetary… Read More
Gallery Z's Local Artists exhibit is in its final two weeks. The exhibit opened July 6 and runs through… Read More
Too many students and families today are struggling to afford college and graduate school, drowning in a sea of loans. The… Read More
Pat Benatar brought her best stuff to Indian Ranch on Sunday, singing before a full house.
To so many now is the penultimate garden season. All is lush, sunflowers reach skywards, their golden blooms follow the… Read More
The Pawtucket Arts Festival has announced the schedule of events and performers for the 19th annual festival which… Read More
Another busy summer weekend in Rhode Island with plenty of events going on that people of all ages can enjoy.
Another busy summer weekend in Newport filled with events for all ages.
In the heat of July handling friendship dilemmas, party etiquette, what to wear and body shaming, were all questions to Didi… Read More
Stages of Freedom will host a grand opening ceremony for its new museum, bookshop and event space set to open in Providence.
This summer appetizer of sliced roast beef and grilled eggplant from your favorite market is served at room temperature. This… Read More
It is good times on College Hill. The Providence Athenaeum announced that annual fund contributions totaled… Read More
Narragansett Beer was chosen to represent Rhode Island at the Made in America product showcase at the White House.… Read More
Are you living a chaotic life? Are you always looking for more time in your day? Take a look at your surroundings and… Read More
Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no further.
Just days ago, a released annual federal report, the 2017 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal… Read More
The Newport Historical Society will host an American Revolution in Newport walking tour allowing tourists to see… Read More
Here in New England, sunny days, sandy beaches and sea breezes tend to make us forget about the immense snowbanks of winter.
The Committee on Public Works will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, July 19 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held on the… Read More
The Juvenile Hearing Board will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, July 18 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held on the third… Read More
Gallery Z on Federal Hill is set to open a new exhibit featuring local artists. Th exhibit began on July 6… Read More
The Hearthside Museum in Lincoln will pay tribute to the 1904 World’s Fair by celebrating Rhode… Read More
The Special Committee on Education will hold a regular meeting on Monday, July 17 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held on… Read More
Eddie Money had your ticket to paradise at The Indian Ranch this past Saturday.
Miriam Hospital surgeon Jamsheed Vakharia, M.D., received the 2017 Riesman Family Excellence in Teaching Award at… Read More
With National Ice Cream month winding down and the weather heating up, GoLocalProv.com has put together a list of some of the… Read More
When is the last time you stopped and looked at something, and started thinking, wow we really take these things for granted,… Read More