The City of Providence had over 1300 calls reporting gun shots to the police since the beginning of 2013, according to a… Read More
On Friday morning, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney announced that he will not make a bid for the White House in… Read More
Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who is rising and who is falling in RI politics, business, and sports.
The Super Bowl will be a classic game as two of the top teams in the NFL fight to become champions. What matchups could… Read More
Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. has introduced legislation that would make public entity budgets available in digital form through… Read More
Any time a big controversy or news event happens, there's always a bunch of people who step up to claim… Read More
Employment numbers again looked positive, with an unemployment rate for December of 5.6%. Jobless claims have fallen to the… Read More
The high school graduation rate in Rhode Island rose to 81 percent in 2014, an increase of 1-point over the previous year and… Read More
The RI Department of Labor and Training will host a job fair at the Providence netWORKri Career Center on February 2 and 3,… Read More
The Providence College Friars men's basketball team (16-5, 6-2 Big East) defeated ( 11-11, 5-4 Big East)… Read More
I don’t know the source of the above quote. Perhaps it was Dickens who loved to mock the pompous nonsense of his… Read More
Rhode Island’s elected officials found a silver lining in this week’s blizzard. Their response to the storm was… Read More
The City of Providence spent just over $1 million last year settling lawsuits and legal claims ranging from a lawsuit over… Read More
See the top 20 legal settlements by category paid out by the City of Providence last year.
Cranston-based jewelery manufacturer Alex and Ani announced on Thursday plans to open 12 new stores across the United States… Read More
Brown University’s endowment is performing at a rate of 14% lower than its Ivy League peers, according to the 2014… Read More
For the third year in a row, Providence topped the list of least "bible-minded" city in the country.
The Rhode Island Blood Center is seeking volunteer donors to help recoup the loss of donations from Tuesday after Blizzard… Read More
A driveway, a sidewalk, a parking lot, a local road, a state road or, an interstate highway; when covered in snow they… Read More
The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) today reported that the seasonally unadjusted unemployment… Read More
Richard Sherman and Darrelle Revis are two of the elite cornerbacks in the NFL and will look to lead their team's to a… Read More
Before they hit the field on Sunday for their Super Bowl matchup, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Seahawks… Read More
The URI Rams men's basketball team (14-5, 6-2 A-10) defeated the ( 5-13, 0-7 A-10) Fordham Bronx Rams 64-63 on Wednesday… Read More
The Providence College men's basketball game against Depaul that was supposed to be on Tuesday night is now set… Read More
Crowdfunding has begun for the the Newport tall ship, a replica of the USS Providence, that was damaged during Blizzard Juno.
The Rhode Island Department of Health has revealed that two died during blizzard Juno as a result of shoveling snow… Read More
Restaurant owners would shudder at the thought of their business being referred to as “a… Read More
What is widely considered to be the America's largest consumer wine expo, as well as best wine-tasting deal around, is… Read More
There will be a grand opening celebration for Providence Fit Body Boot Camp on Saturday, January 31st.
The third annual Rhode Island Brew fest is returning to the Pawtucket Armory at 172 Exchange Street on Saturday, January… Read More
On January 13th, Defending the Early Years and the Alliance for Childhood released a report titled Reading Instruction in… Read More
Classic Italian dish often referred to as hunter’s stew. Early recipes may have been made with rabbit or chicken, and… Read More
The threat of a higher minimum wage has got some restaurants in full panic mode, while others are already moving to solutions… Read More
The thoroughly modern wedding etiquette of the short engagement before a family wedding is not surprisingly a popular trend… Read More
You know if you have paper management issues. You have paper scattered in every room. It’s by the entry way on a table,… Read More
Over the next two days, take part in all of the snow storm drama by sending GoLocalProv your blizzard photos! We will be… Read More
Last week, we focused on the best ski and snowboarding colleges in the East. This week, we head out west to tackle even… Read More
Central Falls native Viola Davis won a Screen Actors Guild Award for “Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a… Read More
Rhode Island may be a small state, but people sure do have a lot to say about us. Check out some quotes about the Ocean State… Read More
When I went to write this week’s column, I thought about how we set standards for ourselves. Do we set the bar only so… Read More
Cold biting winds and below freezing temps are harsh on skin and we can all use some TLC right now. Before-bed beauty… Read More
Polar vortex, wind chill factors, deep layers of snow, long periods of cold, and lots of ice are all on gardener’s… Read More
We kick off today with a 5 LIVE ALERT – The LINKIN PARK show this weekend at the Dunkin Donuts Center has been… Read More
The Rhode Island Department of Health released an updated report on apparent accidental drug overdose deaths, use of Narcan… Read More
A public arts initiative will be celebrated on Thursday, January 22 at The Wheeler School in Providence.
Smoking when it's not tobacco and taking shoes off at the door are winter party etiquette questions, along with when to… Read More
President Obama’s proposal that two years of community college should be free for all students who maintain a minimum… Read More
Newport Hospital has announced that Gail Garreau, M.D., has joined Newport Women's Health as an… Read More
Vichyssoise (Vee-she-su-waa-ze) is a hearty soup of leeks and potatoes and is generally accepted as being created by Chef… Read More
Everything goes in and out of fashion, but the resurgence of Russian food is as unexpected as it is peculiar.
Trinity Repertory Company is inviting the public to nominate outstanding local artists for the 2015 Rhode Island Pell Awards… Read More
Dowd & Associates has launched a drive to collect 25,000 shoes to help the poor. Used and new shoes can be dropped… Read More
It’s the room you hate to go into. You get stressed every time you walk by it. You continue to quickly throw… Read More