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Sky Chiefs Bounce Back, Roll Spirit 119-109—Sky Chiefs bounce back with 119-109 win over…

25 Great Last Minute Local Gifts in RI—Still haven’t finished your Christmas shopping? Check out…

NEW: RWU Moving into Former 38 Studios Offices in Providence—Roger Williams University has agreed to a 12-year…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Justin Katz: Edwards Dances Around the Fact That I’m Right—It’s tempting to go line by line through…

Friars Top UMass 85-65 in Saturday Matinee at The Dunk—Friars beat UMass 85-65 at Dunkin Donuts Center

Sky Chiefs to Host Holiday Hoops Clinic at Providence Country Day—Sky Chiefs to host hoops clinic at Providence…

Second Half Defensive Lockdown Leads Rams Past Detroit 69-55—Rams shut down Detroit in second half, win…

Americans Identifying Race Relations as a Top Issue Sharply Rises According to Gallup Poll—Gallup released results from a new poll on…

NEW: Mayor-Elect Elorza Retains Public Safety Commissioner and Chief of Police—Elorza today announced his decision to retain Public…

NEW: Brown University Names Cliatt New VP for Communications—Brown Names Cass Cliatt VP for Communications

 
 
 

NEW: RWU Moving into Former 38 Studios Offices in Providence

Roger Williams University has agreed to a 12-year lease of One Empire Plaza with property owner Berkeley Investments. The expansion creates opportunities for law, cntinuing...

Welcome to mPOINTS - The More You Engage the More You Receive or Can Give

mPOINTS is GoLocal’s new loyalty program designed to reward you for reading, sharing and engaging. With your mPOINTS you can: Donate them to...

Americans Identifying Race Relations as a Top Issue Sharply Rises According to Gallup Poll

Gallup released results from a new poll on December 19 that suggests that percentage of Americans naming “race relations” or “racism”...

NEW: Mayor-Elect Elorza Retains Public Safety Commissioner and Chief of Police

Steven Pare

Mayor-elect Jorge Elorza today announced his decision to retain Public Safety Commissioner Steven M. Paré and Police Chief Hugh T. Clements.

NEW: Brown University Names Cliatt New VP for Communications

Cass Cliatt

Brown University has announced that Cass Cliatt has been named Vice President for Communications. Cliatt will start work at Brown on April 1, 2015, replacing Marisa Quinn....

Rhode Island Experts on Implications of Sony Pictures Losing Cyberwar

The decision by Sony Pictures to pull its release of The Interview, the movie about two Americans tasked with killing North Korean leader Kim Jong...

NEW: Forum on ‘Ferguson and Beyond’ to be Held on South Side on Saturday

A public forum on "Racism, State Oppression, and the Black Community: Ferguson & Beyond" will be held on Saturday, December 20 at the South...

PODCAST: RI Experts on Implications of Sony Pictures Losing Cyber War

The decision by Sony Pictures to pull its release of The Interview, the movie about two Americans tasked with killing North Korean leader Kim Jong...

Children’s Friend Still Seeking Gifts for 130 Families

Children's Friend is 130 families away from their goal of fulfilling 1,300 families holiday wish lists which they launched as part of the "Spirit of Giving...

Police Have Killed 18 Rhode Islanders Since 2000

Police have killed 18 Rhode Islanders between 2000 and 2014, more than the total number of homicides in Providence last year, according to data compiled by a national...

slides: RI Fatal Police Incidents - See the Cases

 See the incidents of killings by local law enforcement that have occurred between 2000 and 2013.

NEW: Mollis Confirms Maximum Fine in Zaccagnino Lobbying Case

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis sent a letter to Hearing Officer Attorney Louis DeSimone on December 18 stating that he adopted DeSimone’s findings...

Sides Split on Future of Granoff’s Blackstone Boulevard Development

With two tie votes on the future of the plans for the much-debated Granoff property just off Blackstone Boulevard, sides are split on what the...

NEW: RI Unemployement Drops to Lowest Rate in 6 years

RI Department of Labor and Training announced that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for November 2014 dropped to 7.1 percent on December 18. 

Leading RI African American Men and the Police - the Experience

With America and Rhode Island debating the issues of race and policing, GoLocalProv interviewed eight prominent Rhode Island African-American men about their experience with police....

NEW: Brown’s Interim Report on Sexual Assault Calls Campus Norms and Culture “Unacceptable”

Brown University has released its Interim Report from the Task Force on Sexual Assault, which was convened in the fall of 2014, with a final report...

slides: RI Leaders Who Are African-American Share Their Experience with the Police

A diverse group of Rhode Island leaders who are African-American men share experiences about being stoped by the police.

Raimondo Calls Transition Policy Summit “Beginning of Conversation” for RI

RI Govenor-elect Gina Raimondo addresses summit attendees on Tuesday.

Rhode Island Governor-elect Gina Raimondo's transition policy summit Tuesday night at the University of Rhode Island auditorium on Washington Street in Providence brought in...

PODCAST: Citizens Bank Looking at Superman Building for Corporate Headquarters

GoLocalProv has learned that Citizens Bank is eyeing the Superman Building for its corporate headquarters. 

slides: See the Providence Restaurants with the Highest Health Violations

Five restaurants in Providence had over thirty health violations cited in a single visit by the Rhode Island Department of Health in the past year,...

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