This is a tale of two newspapers. One is full of energy, experimentation, and hope. That one is in Boston. The other is inRead More
Zipcar, the car-sharing service which came to Providence in 2011 -- and was purchased by car rental company Avis Budget Group in 2013 -- is looking to formalize an agreement with the City of Providence that would provide them with a minimum of 13 free parking spaces in the city over the next three years, as well as municipal marketing and co-branding.
The Governor of Colorado is warning other Governors that the legalization of marijuana is a far more complicated issueRead More
Founder and former CEO of the financial planning firm StrategicPoint Investment Advisors David Brochu remains in a cell atRead More
The Rhode Island ACLU released a report Monday revealing public school suspension rates of black students in the state isRead More
Does Declining Projo Need Ownership Like Globe's John Henry Ron and GoLocalProv's Kate Nagle discuss.
A new development to a historic property on the East Side of Providence has residents and community groups expressingRead More
"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's weekend feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review andRead More
Not only has Providence never elected a black mayor, experts say voters have never had a strong candidate for the job.
State employees are pouring tens of thousands of dollars from their own pockets into the race for Governor, withRead More
State employees are pouring tens of thousands into the race for Governor this year.
Care New England (CNE), Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI), and Continuum Behavioral Health are launchingRead More
This week, GoLocalProv released its 2014 rankings for New England's Best Hospitals Rated by Patients.
The Rhode Island unemployment rate dropped to 9.2 percent in 2014, the lowest since November 2008, but still much higherRead More