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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…

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…

Leather Storrs: Blunder From Down Under—Humans have been protecting animals almost as long…

International String Trio Coming To Pot au Feu April 6—The International String Trio will perform at Pot…

NEW: Student Falls From Brown’s Science Library—A student fell from Brown University's Science Library…

NEW: Cicilline to Announce Legislation to End LGBT Discrimination—U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, a co-chair fo the…

NEW: Raimondo Appoints Twelve to Rhode Island Commission on Women—Governor Gina M. Raimondo named twelve appointments to…

 
 
 

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...

slides: RI Pension System’s Top 20 Highest Paid Investment Managers

See which investment firms are paid the highest management fees by the state pension fund.

RIPTA “Heartbroken” over Bus Accident that Killed Providence Girl, 9

Raymond E. Studley, CEO, of RIPTA, & Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, Chairman of RIPTA’s Board of Directors address the press after a RIPTA bus struck and killed a 9 year olf girl in Providence Thursday morning.

Raymond Studley, CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority and Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, Chairman of RIPTA’s Board of Directors, spoke to...

Guest MINDSETTERS: PC Students -  Prelude to Ferguson

Most of us know of the shootings of young unarmed black teenagers like Ramarley Graham, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Darrien Hunt. What we forget...

Sex Trafficking Bill Passes Committee, Moves to House for Vote

Rep. Doreen Costa

The House Judiciary Committee has heard and passed Representative Doreen Costa's bill which aims to tighten penalties for sex trafficking. The bill has now...

Battle Heats up Between Residents, Developer Over Historic East Side House

200 Hope Street

The latest battle in the war between neighbors and developers of the historic Lippitt House property at 200 Hope Street has heated up to involve allegations...

School Committee Member Posts Anti-Islam Facebook Message

A controversial Facebook post by a member of the Coventry School Committee has some labeling the post offensive and inciting.

Elorza Taps Knight for Director of Public Works

Mayor Jorge Elorza

Mayor Jorge Elorza announced on Wednesday that he is appointing Russell Knight as the Director of the Department of Public Works. 

Nguyen: Getting Robert Durst “Confession” Recordings Into Evidence at Trial

SPOILER ALERT. If you want to watch the HBO documentary series “The Jinx” without knowing the end beforehand, don’t read this....

Does the Kinsley Ave Fire Help or Hurt Marijuana Legalization in RI?

Will the fire at Kinsley Avenue in Providence, which is alleged to have had highly flammable butane present for hash oil production, have an impact...

Pawtucket Man Pleads Guilty to Sex Trafficking

Ricky Wallace, 33, of Pawtucket, pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence on Monday to trafficking a 17-year-old woman from Massachusetts to Pawtucket for commercial sexual...

Raimondo’s First 75 Days

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo has been been at the helm of state government now of over ten weeks, and her administration has already been...

Pension Lawsuit: Read the Final Settlement Offer

The potential pension settlement proposed by the state will be voted on this week by members of the National Education Association of Rhode Island.

REPORT: RI Drivers Pay Among Highest Insurance Costs in the Nation

The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America released a report Monday on what they called "the impact of legislation promoted by the Auto...

UPDATED: Newport Naval Officer on ISIS Hit List

A group reported to be tied to ISIS has published a list of 100 US Military to be targeted for death and the list includes a...

NEW: Confusion Reigns Over Kinsley Ave Fire Investigation

The investigation of the five alarm fire that took place on March 10 at Kinsley Avenue in Providence -- which had housed the New England Cannabis...

EDITORIAL: Mr. Elorza, Qualified Appointments Only Please

Mayor Jorge Elorza

Chief executives should be given deference to appoint the staff that they see fit.  Ultimately, they are responsible for the performance of their administration....

Pew: Rhode Island’s Middle Class is Shrinking

The number of middle class families in Rhode Island has dropped from 48.2% in 2000 to 45.1% in 2013 -- and the share of Rhode Island families spending at...

video: Elorza Caught on Video Unable to Explain Key Appointment

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza has refused to answer questions about his nomination of Wendy Nilsson to serve as Superintendent of the Providence Parks Department, following...

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