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Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won, Who Lost—Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won,…

NEW: Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay Music Director—NEW: Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay…

ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy Body Cameras—ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy…

Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate—Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate

Rhode Island’s Miracle on the Scituate—Rhode Island’s Miracle on the Scituate

Watchdog Group Demands Answers Following RI’s $500M IT Project Rollout—Watchdog Group Demands Answers Following RI's $500M IT…

Fecteau: About Clinton’s Damn Emails—Fecteau: About Clinton’s Damn Emails

Organize + Energize: 4 Reasons Why I don’t Post Before & After Pictures—Organize + Energize: 4 Reasons Why I don’t…

RI Ranked 10th Worst State for Teachers—RI Ranked 10th Worst State for Teachers

PC Hockey Ranked 10th in the Country in the USCHO Preseason Poll—PC Hockey Ranked 10th in the Country in…

 
 
 

Smart Benefits: Received an ACA Tax Bill? Look Twice Before Paying

Last week, the IRS issued an alert for taxpayers and tax professionals to watch out for fake emails that claim to contain an...

Burrillville Town Council Votes to Oppose $700 Million Energy Facility

On Thursday night, the Burrillville Town Council voted at a special meeting on to oppose the siting of a proposed Invenergy power plant. According...

RI Single Family Home Sales Rise 14.5% in August

Rhode Island's single family home sales went up 14.5% in the month of August compared to 12 months earlier. Sales in process but not closed in...

Friday Financial Five – September 23, 2016

It’s a poorly kept secret that markets are reacting in a highly dependent fashion to Federal Reserve policy. While economic indicators are strong...

slides: High Wire Act: Women Investigate Superman Building

If you walked by the Superman building in Providence this week, you may have noticed women scaling the building.

Fall River’s U.S. Bedding Inc. Receives Economic Development Award

U.S. Bedding Inc. in Fall River has been chosen as one of 13 projects to receive an Economic Development award from Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.

EXCLUSIVE: Alex and Ani Lays Off Top Execs - CFO/COO, SVP of Sales, Director of Retail All Out

Once a high flyer - now suffering constant management change

On Friday afternoon, a number of top staff, including management, at Alex and Ani were dismissed, GoLocalProv.com has learned. Included in the jettison was...

First Recipients of Wavemaker Fellowship Awards Announced

Stefan Pryor, Rhode Island’s Secretary of Commerce

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced that it has selected the recipients of the first Wavemaker Fellowship awards. 

slides: One of the Largest Developments in Providence in a Decade Moves Forward - $27M

One of the largest proposed residential development projects in years came before the I-195 Commission on Monday. This is one of the few new development...

Fall River Taps Two RI Firms for Branding

Fall River Mayor Correia

While Rhode Island officials went to New York to find branding resources, the City of Fall River came over the Braga Bridge to tap two...

What You Need to Know About Media - September 19, 2016

This past week was a big week in media both in Rhode Island and across the country.

Smart Benefits: Federal Contractors, Subcontractors - 2016 VETS-4212 Reporting Deadline is Sept. 30

The deadline for the 2016 VETS-4212 reporting season that started on August 1, 2016, ends on September 30, 2016.

GateHouse Will Be Replacing Projo’s Website with Template Running in Arkansas, Nebraska and …

All New, is the same as more than the older sites of hundreds of GateHouse sites

Coming soon to Rhode Island, the Providence Journal’s website will be replaced with a new template that is now operational in Worcester and...

Rhode Island’s Emerging Leaders — Iziarh Roberts Jr.

Iziarh Roberts Jr.

Where is Rhode Island going and who is going to take us there? Well, United Way of Rhode Island and GoLocalProv have teamed up in...

Friday Financial Five – September 16, 2016

After receiving no cost of living benefit in 2016, Social Security recipients can expect at least a small increase in 2017. According to Mary Beth Franklin,...

NEW: A Lively Experiment Announces Hummel as New Moderator for 30th Season

Jim Hummel will be A Lively Experiment's 4th moderator in its 30 year history.

Rhode Island PBS has announced that Jim Hummel will be the new moderator for A Lively Experiment, as the flagship political affairs program on WSBE...

It Is That Time of Year to Hire a Contractor

The stories are everywhere – families who wanted to transform their homes with a dream project. They wanted to add a bedroom and bathroom or...

U.S. Dept. of Transportation Announces $2.4 Million Grant for Prov & Worcester Railroad

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a $2.4 million grant for track improvements along the Providence and Worcester Railroad Company’s Gardner Branch...

Projo Takes Another Hit: Fitzpatrick Leaves for Post at Roger Williams University

The Projo's Ed Fitzpatrick is leaving for a post at Roger Williams University.

Providence Journal veteran Ed Fitzpatrick is leaving to be Roger WIlliams University's new Director of Media and Public Relations, effective October 5. 

Lardaro Report: Conditions Improve in Third Quarter

The third quarter began in exactly the way we wanted it to: with the Current Conditions Index improving, moving once again into its expansion range ...

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