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The Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership at Bryant University, The Providence Journal and Rhode Island PBS recently announced a bold new initiative—Job One: Leadership. This joint program is designed to focus on the number one issue facing Ocean State voters, that being the election of visionary and effective leaders. Job One: Leadership’s goal is to help voters as they consider which candidates have the greatest potential to effectively lead Rhode Island for the next four years.
This week, GoLocalProv investigates the fifth and final major theme from Economic Intersections of Rhode Island, aRead More
On March 5, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released final rules for insurerRead More
In his most recent report, URI Economist Len Lardaro identifies that Rhode Island's Current Conditions Index for JanuaryRead More
No matter where you live in Rhode Island, you know the building well.
Ken Block has a plan to “fix” Rhode Island. The software engineer, entrepreneur and political maverick held a pressRead More
The article “New Competition for HealthSource RI Emerges” in GoLocalProv on February 4 reported that UnitedHealthcareRead More
Middletown's Crewtoo, the world's largest networking site for seafarers, has topped 100,000 members -- just 16 monthsRead More
Challenges to the constitutionality of state school funding laws are nothing new. Over the years, all but a handful ofRead More
Since 2001, Washington Trust has collected 105 tons of peanut butter through their annual Peanut Butter Drive.