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City Council, Unions Not Worried About $62 Million Gone From Providence Pension Fund—When Providence City Council members were told on…

NEW: Volvo Ocean Race Boats Set to Arrive in Newport Tonight—The six boats competing int he Volvo Oean…

Giannini: Things My Mother Taught Me…Happy Mothers Day—With this week being Mother's Day, I can't…

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Guest MINDSETTER™ John Hazen White, Jr.: Three Strikes on Riverfront Ballpark—The new owners of the Red Sox AAA…

It’s All About Education: Re-Imagining Our Educational System—Recently, New America published an article suggesting that…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: What is Celiac?—The celiac movement has been increasingly present in…

New ACLU Report: Racial Disparities In RI School Suspensions Highest in Decade—Racial disparities in suspensions at Rhode Island’s schools…

Nguyen: Tsarnaev:  The Cost Of A Death Sentence Versus Life Imprisonment—The penalty phase of the trial of the…

 
 
 

Rhody Ramble—New Summer Program for Families

This summer, a new program aims to get families having all kinds of fun at Rhode Island's historic sites. The new Rhody Ramble offers...

Sky Watching: Saturn the “Recruiter”

A writer always needs a good headline to entice the reader to sit up and take notice. And I’m sure several of you...

Quest Montessori School Breaks Ground in Narragansett

Next week, Quest Montessori School breaks ground on a project that not only puts Rhode Islanders to work but ultimately helps provide affordable quality education...

Asian Artists at Warwick Museum of Art Tonight

It's not often that Asian artists exhibit work in Rhode Island, and it's even more rare to meet Asian artists at a reception...

Family Matters: Strawberry Picking

Now's the time to pick your own strawberries and celebrate the delicious fruit. Perfect to eat as is, blended into smoothies, baked into pies,...

NEW: Brown Names Russell Carey Executive VP of Planning/Policy

Russell Carey, a 1991 graduate of Brown University, moves into a new role in planning and policy. Photo: Mike Cohea/Brown University

Russell Carey, a 1991 graduate of Brown currently serving as senior vice president for Corporation affairs and governance, has been appointed executive vice president for planning...

slides: The Smartest Cities in New England

How smart are New Englanders? And which cities are the smartest overall? A new ranking by San Francisco-based Lumos Labs has taken a fresh look...

Good Is Good: When I Was a Bad Dad

Let’s get a few things straight from the start. My kids (ages 18, 16, 7) are the most important thing, along with my wife, in my...

5 Weekend Musts: Gaspee Days Parade + More

It's a jam-packed summer weekend... are you ready? We've got 5 no-miss activities from one end of the state to the other. 

Seen: TLC’s Nick Arrojo + More

Is Nick Arrojo giving style advice to Providence Mayor Angel Taveras? Only the hairdressers know for sure. Photo: Seiren Salon.

We hope everyone KNEW what to wear this week when celebrity stylist Nick Arrojo came to Providence. The amiable hair stylist featured on TLC's...

Modern Manners + Etiquette: Graduation Gifts & Office Romance

Spring not only brings debates and dilemmas about the etiquette of graduation gift registries and parties but tricky situations when it comes to a suspected...

UPDATE: Transit of Venus Viewing Changes in RI

UPDATE 1:30pm: Because of the cloud cover, both Ladd and OMAC observing sites at Brown University will be closed. However, Brown will project the NASA...

Dear John: Will Third Time Be Charm for Cursed Relationship?

Dear John, I’m thinking of going back with my boyfriend, but I don’t know. We’ve already been together for...

Providence Summerbridge Celebrates 20 Years of Success

Massachusetts First Lady and education advocate Diane Patrick, Esq., will be in Providence this weekend to help mark an important anniversary for a local enrichment...

College Admissions: 5 Reasons To Choose A Liberal Arts College

With a stagnant economy, parents seem to be shying away from the idea of letting their children pursue a liberal arts education. Many want a...

Where the Smart Kids Are Going to College 2012

As Rhode Island's senior class graduates this month in ceremonies from Woonsocket to Westerly, from public, parochial, charter, technical and independent schools, here is...

Rhode Island’s Olivia Culpo Crowned Miss USA

Cranston's Olivia Culpo takes the crown as Miss USA. Photo: Miss USA Pageant.

Olivia Culpo has made RI history as she becomes the first Miss RI to be crowned Miss USA.

Local Dog Fashion Goes Nautical for America’s Cup

America's Cup fever is spreading statewide this month as Newport readies to host the AC World Series, and one savvy dog-designer has just the...

video: RI Food Bank Wins RI Foundation Community Leadership Award

The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has received the Community Leadership Award from the Rhode Island Foundation at the Foundation’s annual meeting at...

slides: James Clayton Sattel’s RI Summer: Sunsets + Sunrises

Photographer James Clayton Sattel is passionate about Rhode Island, particularly those shores, crags, and vistas of his home island: Aquidneck. GoLocalProv is delighted to be...

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