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Rhode Island Foundation to Offer $25,000 Grants to Composers—The Rhode Island Foundation will offer MacColl Johnson…

Sojourner House Safety and Financial Issues - See the Breakdown—Sojourner House Safety and Financial Issues - See…

NEW: Mollis Questions McKee’s 38 Studios Connections—Secretary of State Ralph Mollis has issued the…

Carol Anne Costa: Say it Isn’t So, Renee—Costa: Say it Isn't So, Renee

LISTEN: Investigation: Convicted Sex Offender Lives Near Home for Battered Women—A home for battered women in Woonsocket is…

NEW: Red Sox Trade Lester, Gomes for Home Run King Yoenis Cespedes—NEW: Red Sox Trade Lester, Gomes for Home…

Worcester Art Museum Announces Free Admission During August—To celebrate the last month of summer, the…

Gregg Allman Coming to Newport Aug 10 – Talks to GoLocal—A true music legend, and one of the…

31st Annual Black Ships Festival Gala—The Japan-America Society and Black Ships Festival of…

BankRI Launches Seven Week Food Drive—Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will host a 7-week…

 
 
 

slides: Sojourner House Safety and Financial Issues - See the Breakdown

A shelter and home for abused women in Woonsocket are located near a number of sex offenders.

 

McKee Criticizes Campaign Finance Laws for Creating “Uneven Playing Field”

Cumberland Mayor and Lt. Governor candidate Daniel McKee.

Cumberland Mayor and Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Daniel McKee has blasted Rhode Island campaign finance law

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LISTEN: Investigation: Convicted Sex Offender Lives Near Home for Battered Women

A home for battered women in Woonsocket is located just a few doors down the street from a convicted sex offender who

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Should Elizabeth Warren Run for President in 2016?

There has been much speculation as of late in regards to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and whether or not she will

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Unpaid Providence Police Detail Up 50% to Nearly $2 Million

The City of Providence is currently owed $1.9 million in unpaid police detail, up from $1.3 million as GoLocal reported in

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slides: Organizations Past Due on Police Detail: See Who Owes the Most

The City of Providence is currently owed nearly $2 million in delinquent police detail payment -- a close to 50% increase

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LISTEN: Unpaid Providence Police Detail Up 50% to Nearly $2 Million

The City of Providence is currently owed $1.9 million in unpaid police detail, up from $1.3 million as GoLocal reported in

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NEW: RI Housing Launches First Time Homeowner Tax Credit

Rhode Island Housing and its lending and real estate partners are launching a program that will save first-time homebuyers

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LISTEN: Top Ten RI General Assembly Races to Watch in 2014

Rhode Island primaries are now just six weeks away, and some General Assembly incumbents are facing fierce challenges from

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Leonardo Angiulo: Further Refining the Investigation of Marijuana Offenses

Almost everyone knows at this point that possession of less than an ounce of marijuana in Massachusetts is not a crime.

 
 

LISTEN: RI’s Biggest Campaign Blunders of 2014 (So Far)

This may be the biggest election year in Rhode Island history. The Governor's race may set a record for campaign spending

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Questions Buddy Cianci Must Answer to be Providence’s Next Mayor

Buddy III.  Buddy 3.0. Whatever term is being used for former Providence Mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci's look for a third

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Clark University Study Finds LGB Parents and Their Children Functioning Well

Clark University associate professor of psychology Abbie E. Goldberg has published a new report that finds "lesbian, gay and

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Fung, Taveras Leasing Campaign Headquarters from 195 Bidder Carpionato

The redevelopment of 195 is moving forward -- and one of the bidders leases campaign space to two gubernatorial candidates.

The Carpionato Group, which is one of the bidders for developing the 195 land, currently leases campaign headquarters space

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