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State Report: Marijuana Tax + Bill Targets Prostitutes and Pimps—Plus increased sentences for gang crimes

John Rooke - Thinking Out Loud—JR's column on the sports stories and personalities…

RI Beauty Insider: Pedi Nation – Get the Best Pedicure Ever—A guide to finding a pristine pedi place

Fit for Life: Fail to Plan? Plan to Fail—Plan and prioritize, and you will prevail

Arthur Schaper: Grand Theft Auto Cicilline—MINDSETTER Arthur Schaper examine's Cicilline's role in Prov's…

Five Live Music Musts – April 18, 2014—Great vibes await

Report: Preston Murphy Leaving URI for Boston College—Preston Murphy Leaves URI for Boston College

EXCLUSIVE: Bryant Tells Grads No Selfies with President at Grad—Prohibiting selfies?

PC Athletics gets high marks—Friar winter sports #1 among Big East schools...

NEW: Providence’s Al Forno Featured as a Best Pizza Spot in the US—Another accolade for Al Forno

 
 
 

slides: Top Priorities of 2014 Providence Mayoral Candidates

Economic development, crime prevention, education, infrastructure needs -- what are the issues that are most important to

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Mattiello Receives Vote of Confidence from RI Business Leaders

While the Feds investigate his predecessor's campaign finance records, new House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello is getting

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Two Thirds of State Legal Work Goes to Two Firms

State agencies spent nearly $1.5 million on outside legal counsel last year, but the bulk of the work went to just a

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slides: The Top 20 Billing Law Firms for the State

Find out what law firms get the most work from state government.

 
 

EXCLUSIVE: Bryant Tells Grads No Selfies with President at Grad

Bryant University has told this year's class that no "selfies" with President Ronald K. Machtley will be allowed on stage

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NEW: Brown to Recognize 9 Alumni with Honorary Degrees

Brown University will offer honorary degrees to nine distinguished alumni at the school's 246th Commencement on Sunday,

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PODCAST: Two Thirds of State Legal Work Goes to Two Firms

State agencies spent nearly $1.5 million on outside legal counsel last year, but the bulk of the work went to just a

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Guns on RI Campuses. Who is Armed?

Just one day after the University of Rhode Island announced plans to arm campus police, RIC and CCRI said they will not do

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PODCAST: Guns on RI Campuses. Who is Armed?

Just one day after the University of Rhode Island announced plans to arm campus police, RIC and CCRI said they will not do

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Rhode Island Pension Reform Showdown - Who Will Prevail?

With a September trial date for Rhode Island's pension reform lawsuit looming just months away following failed mediation

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PODCAST: Rhode Island Pension Reform Showdown - Who Will Prevail?

With a September trial date for Rhode Island's pension reform lawsuit looming just months away following failed mediation

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Fund for Community Progress Honors GoLocalProv + Other RI Leaders

The Fund for Community Progress has announced it will honor community leaders—including GoLocalProv—who work to help build

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Critics Question Tax Breaks Given to Providence Properties

The Biltmore Hotel was one of six delinquent TSAs in Providence as of January 31, 2014.

Scrutiny over tax stabilization agreements in the City of Providence is heating up, with one City Council member calling

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slides: Current Tax Stabilization Agreements in Providence

In January 2014, the City of Providence's Internal Auditor Matthew Clarkin prepared a report on the "Analysis of Tax

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