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NEW: URI Announces Million Dollar Contract for Basketball Coach Hurley—The University of Rhode Island has officially announced…

Giannini: We Learn Through Tragedy That Life is Precious—It's Palm Sunday as I write this and…

It’s All About Education: Learning Life Skills at Hope High—For the past eleven years, Stephen Cronin, president…

April Fools From Tom Brady—Tom Brady plays April Fools joke on New…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Rekindling Romance + Wedding Etiquette Update—It may never be too late to rekindle…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Cod for Passover—This week we celebrate Passover and this dish…

Nguyen: Blurred Lines Indeed:  Did The Jury Get It Wrong?—Should musicians be forced to pay royalties or…

 
 
 

slides: Frank Corrente Corruption and Pension Case - See the Timeline

Frank Corrente was a key figure in the Operation Plunder Dome scandal. Now he is at the center of a drawn-out court battle over whether...

Leaders Talk Race and Politics at Rhode Island College American Democracy Project

Kendra King Momon

Rhode Island College was host to a discussion Wednesday on “African Americans and Politics: Challenges and Opportunities" as part of the American Democracy Project...

Elorza Administration’s Top Staff Are All White

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza promised a new era and inclusion, but his top appointments to top level management positions in the administration are all white.

Brown University Graduate Student Dies in Fall from Science Library Building

A Brown University graduate student died from a fall from the Science Center Library on Tuesday.

Brown University Admits 2,580 to Class of 2019

Brown University announced Wednesday that they have made 2,580 offers of admission for the Class of 2019. 

Nguyen: Blurred Lines Indeed:  Did The Jury Get It Wrong?

Should musicians be forced to pay royalties or give credit to predecessors simply because their new songs sound similar to old songs? If a musician...

NEW: Brown Confirms Student Death from Library Fall

Brown University has confirmed the student who fell from the Science Library on Tuesday has died -- but has not released a name at this...

NEW: Student Falls From Brown’s Science Library

A student fell from Brown University's Science Library on Tuesday, March 31.  There is no additional information at this time.  

Is Rhode Island Media Coverage of Hernandez Trial Overkill?

Aaron Hernandez

While the Aaron Hernandez trial is certainly among the biggest stories in sports, does it justify having the coverage that already financially strapped and understaffed...

NEW: Providence Police Officers Disciplined in John Prince Case

NEW: Providence Police Officers Disciplined in John Prince Case

The Providence Police Department has disciplined two police officers following an internal investigation into the cell phone confiscation of Providence resident John Prince, who had...

NEW: Raimondo Announces “Governor for a Day” Winner

Khatima Bulmer with her parents, Hema and Eric

Governor Gina Raimondo announced on Tuesday that  11 year old Khatima Bulmer has won an essay contest to become Governor for a Day. 

NEW: RI Pension Investigation Kickstarter Campaign by Forbes’ Siedle Goes Live

Edward Siedle

Former SEC lawyer and Forbes columnist Edward Siedle, who investigated then-General Treasurer Gina Raimondo's pension investments in 2013, has officially launched a crowd-funded...

NEW: PARCC Opt-Out Legislation to be Heard in House Committee on Wednesday

Legislation to allow parents and guardians of students in RI schools to opt out of the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for Colleges and...

Where are the Big Ideas to Fix Rhode Island’s Economy?

Where are the big ideas to fix RI's economy? From the Governor, to business and political experts, perspectives vary.

With Rhode Island's unemployment rate the lowest its been since 2008, but a top economist calling the state's momentum "mediocre and disappointing" --...

Two RI Public Officials Post Hate Speech – Is There Any Repercussion?

A new controversial Facebook allegedly posted by a Woonsocket public official has come to light, following a post by a member of the Coventry...

NEW: Raimondo Makes Case for New Rhode Island School Building Authority

Governor Raimondo

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo toured Newport's Pell Elementary School on Friday -- the last school constructed before the moratorium on new construction...

Fund Established for Family of Girl Killed by RIPTA Bus

9 year old Ani Emdijan, was struck and killed by a RIPTA bus on her way to school Thursday morning.

A GoFundMe site has been established to raise funds for the family of 9 year old Ani Emdijan, who was struck and killed by...

City Council to Consider Major Overhaul of Providence Tax Breaks

The Providence City Council is slated to address changes to tax stabilization agreements in the city, and debate is centered around how to scrutinize --...

Providence Police to Host Fundraiser Benefitting Kids With Cancer

The Providence Police will be hosting a Fundraiser on Saturday, March 28 at 1 p.m. to help raise money for their "Cops For Kids With Cancer"...

Raimondo’s Former Firm Highest Paid by State

Governor Gina Raimondo’s former investment firm Point Judith Capital was listed as having the highest level of fees among private equity firms in 2013...

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