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EDITORIAL: The PawSox Stadium Solution

For nearly three years, far too much of Rhode Island’s energy has been consumed with an endless circular debate over the future of...

ABC6’s Caught in Providence: Transitional Transgressions

A man is in court for four parking tickets and a red-light violation. He tells Judge Frank Caprio that it is all part of a...

RI Dept. of Education Names 6 PrepareRI Ambassadors

Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner

The Rhode Island Department of Education has selected six PrepareRI Ambassadors. 

Battle Over Leadership of NAACP Providence Branch Heats Up

NAACP President Jim Vincent (seated, right, next to Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza) is under fire.

Opposition to the current leadership of the Providence NAACP Branch under President James Vincent is increasing, while the NAACP New England Council continues to maintain...

NEW: NAACP President Jim Vincent Calls Protest Allegations “False and Defamatory”

NAACP Providence Branch President Jim Vincent

NAACP Providence Branch President Jim Vincent responded to allegations brought against him by members of the NAACP, issuing the following statement Friday afternoon.

Despite Nearly $300M in Stadium Investments, PawSox’s League Sees Falling Attendance Past 10 Years

Grebien Press Conference on Wednesday - See Video Below

Over the past ten years, six of the 14 teams in the International League have rehabbed or built new stadiums. The Pawtucket Red Sox play in...

NEW: RI Building Trades Urge State Leaders To Support PawSox Deal

Michael Sabitoni (in a recent interview on GoLocal LIVE with Kate Nagle).

The President of the Rhode Island Building and construction trades council, Michael Sabitoni, is calling for State leaders to support the new Pawtucket ballpark proposal....

NEW: 4 Staff Injured at RI Training School, Unions Call for More Staff and Security

Four staff members were injured following a melee at the Rhode Island Training School on Wednesday. Now the Union is calling for more staff and...

UPDATED: Providence Police Arrest 30 in “Operation Stop the Flow” Heroin Sting

Providence Police have arrested 30 individuals in connection to a ten-month trafficking investigation called “Operation Stop the Flow.”

Cianci Family Angered By Crimetown Profiting From Depiction of Cianci Image

Vincent “Buddy” Cianci's nephew Brad Turchetta, who chairs The Cianci Educational Foundation, is angered at Crimetown’s profiting and depiction of...

“We Can’t Wrap Ourselves in Bubble-Wrap,” Says Former U.S. Attorney Neronha Following Manchester

Former U.S. Attorney for RI, Peter Neronha

Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Rhode Island Peter Neronha spoke with GoLocal's Kate Nagle on Tuesday, following the terrorist attack in...

UPDATED: Senate President Ruggerio Says PawSox Deal is Dead for This Session

Senate President Dominick Ruggerio

What a difference a day makes. On Monday, Governor Gina Raimondo told GoLocal after the Commerce Corporation meeting that she supported the proposed package negotiated...

Top RI Democrats React to the Trump Budget

Governor Gina Raimondo

President Donald Trump's proposed budget is savaged by Governor Gina Raimondo and the RI Congressional delegation. The five Democrats ripped the priorities and the...

Trucking Assoc. Calls for Creation of Oversight Committee to Review RhodeWorks Project Selection

Chris Maxwell

Rhode Island Trucking Association President Chris Maxwell is calling for the immediate formation of an independent oversight committee to review bridge inspection information related...

Raimondo Calls PawSox $38 Million Ask a “Good Deal” for RI Taxpayers

Governor Gina Raimondo, following Monday's Commerce meeting.

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo called the proposal put forth by the Pawtucket Red Sox ownership to finance a new stadium -  with at...

Four Indicted in Providence for Illegal Re-Entry Into U.S.

Four people have been indicted for illegal re-entry into the United States by a federal grand jury in Providence. 

RI Black Business Association Accepting Applications for Scholarships

RIBBA president Lisa Ranglin

The Rhode Island Black Business Association (RIBBA) is accepting applications for scholarships. 

NAACP Providence Branch Leadership Facing Protest From Members

NAACP Providence Branch President Jim Vincent

Members of the NAACP Providence Branch, including NAACP Youth Division Chair Pilar McCloud, are protesting the leadership of the current executive committee - led by...

New Parking App Passport Launches at Parking Meters in Providence

The Passport App is available in Providence PHOTO: Passport Facebook

The City of Providence has introduced a new parking app called Passport, in hopes of making parking easier for drivers.  The app, available...

From the Circus to PawSox - Live Entertainment is Declining Industry:  Guest MINDSETTER™ Rollins

Rollins argues baseball, like the circus, is losing its popular appeal as live entertainment.

I recently had the mixed experience of attending what I’m told may well be the final ever live circus show in the state...

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