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Where is RI’s Access to Justice Commission? Guest MINDSETTER™ Geoff Schoos

Last week I attended the Rhode Island Bar Association’s Annual Meeting. I go each year to meet friends, renew acquaintances, learn new...

Raimondo’s CCRI Free Tuition You Need a 2.5 GPA, But Free Diapers Requires a 3.0 GPA

New CCRI program requires a 3.0 GPA, Free Tuition just a 2.5 GPA

In Rhode Island, to get free college at CCRI, you need just a 2.5 GPA, but to get free diapers for your child, and you are...

Lobbyist Hired By Montanaro to Be Spokesman About His $50,000 in Free Education

Speaker Nick Mattiello

The bizarre case involving one of Speaker Nick Mattiello’s staffers took an even more unusual twist when Frank Montanaro - who has been...

AAA Refused to Pick Up Blind Woman Stranded with Service Dog

Loberti (pictured) is a student at URI and has testified before the United Nations on behalf of persons with disabilities. (Photo: Facebook)

A legally blind Rhode Island woman said that she had to wait hours for AAA after they refused to pick her up with her guide...

Save the Bay Criticizes Raimondo and Mattiello for Budget Cuts to Environment

Discharge pipe

Save the Bay is strongly criticizing this year's budget and laying clear aim at Governor Gina Raimondo and Speaker of the House Nick Mattiello...

Former EPA Administrator Spalding Joins Brown Environmental Institute

H. Curtis Spalding

Former U.S. EPA Administrator for New England H. Curtis Spalding has joined the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society as a...

Critics Blast RI Commerce Out-of-State Spending

Republican Cranston Mayor Allan Fung -- who ran against Democrat Governor Gina Raimondo last cycle - said Commerce should be more

Critics are questioning the exodus of state taxpayer dollars from the agency tasked with promoting economic development in Rhode Island, after a GoLocal investigation found...

ACLU Settles Lawsuit With Tiverton Over 3rd Grader Searched & Arrested Without Cause

The ACLU of Rhode Island announced the settlement of a federal lawsuit against Tiverton police and school officials after a third-grade girl was...

video: Senator Archambault’s Outburst Not His First - Threatened DEM Officer in 2008

The recent verbal explosion by State Senator Steven Archambault was not his first eruption. In a recent video of a Senate hearing Democrat Senator Archambault...

NEA’s Walsh Blasts East Greenwich Council Shake-Up, Corrigan Interim Manager

Bob Walsh

Bob Walsh, the Executive Director of the National Education Association of Rhode Island, took to Twitter Monday to condemn the ouster of East Greenwich...

NEW: Otto Warmbier, American Student Imprisoned in North Korea, Dies

Otto Warmbier PHOTO: Facebook

Otto Warmbier, the American student held captive in North Korea, has died less than a week after he returned to the U.S. in...

Mexican National Pleads Guilty in Providence to Illegal Re-Entry Into U.S.

Mexican National Fernando Cortez Cueves, 40, pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence on Monday to illegal reentry into the United States. 

Wired: 2010 Part 3, A Book by Paul Caranci

Each week, GoLocalProv will publish a chapter of the book Wired: The Shocking True Story of Political Corruption and the FBI Informant Who Risked...

Robert Whitcomb: Double-Dipper, Washington Grifter-in-Chief Update, and More

Robert Whitcomb

Robert Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights of the global and local issues that...

RI Teacher of the Year’s White House Photo Goes Viral

Giannopoulos' White House pic, which he posted to Facebook.  He credits White House photographer Shealah Craighead.

Rhode Island Teacher of the Year Nikos Giannopoulos had his photo taken with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office -- and it has gone...

Sons of Jacob Synagogue in Providence to Hold Free Open House

Sons of Jacob Synagogue

The Sons of Jacob Synagogue in Providence is hosting a free open house for visitors to explore the building, including the second-floor sanctuary...

Raimondo’s Economic Priorities Take the Biggest Cuts in the New Budget — Over $20M

Governor Raimondo and Commerce Secretary Pryor

Pound for pound, the agencies that saw the biggest cuts in the fast moving FY 2018 budget contain Governor Gina Raimondo’s economic initiatives. Combined,...

Gallison Sentenced to 51 Months in Federal Prison for Fraud, Identity Theft

Ray Gallison to serve 51 months in federal prison

Former Rhode Island House Finance Chairman Raymond Gallison Jr. has been sentenced to 51 months in federal prison for orchestrating fraudulent and deceptive schemes to steal...

ABC6’s Caught in Providence: Up All Night

This law school student spent all night working on his client's defense.  See what happens in the video above. 

RI State Budget: Winners, Losers and Some Surprises

House Finance was in until early hours on Friday, to quickly vote on the FY 18 budget introduced late Thursday.

With hundreds of thousands of dollars of ad spend from the Democratic Governors Association and the threat of a veto, Governor Gina Raimondo wore down...

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