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Del’s Lemonade Tops List for ‘Most Significant’ Chain Restaurant in Rhode Island—Del's Lemonade was named the "most significant restaurant…

Providence Named One of the 11 Greatest Foodie Cities In America—Providence was ranked one of the 11 greatest…

Hasbro Will Open Exhibit on the Creation of “Transformers”—Hasbro Inc., will unveil its new exhibit “From…

Stan Tran Unveils Job Plan—Republican candidate for Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District…

Commerce RI Partners to Lower Costs of Solar Power in Rhode Island—The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation (Commerce RI), the…

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel to Speak at “Defense Innovation Days” Event—Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and several other…

Misquamicut Beach to Present FallFest—The Misquamicut Business Association will host FallFest at…

Gronkowski “Good to Go” Week 1—Rob Gronkowski told reporters at Gillette Stadium that…

Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage—Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued…


YWCA Rhode Island Announces 10th Annual Women of Achievement Honorees

Residential Properties CEO and Co-Founder Sally Lapides is among the 14 honored by YWCA.

2014 marks the 10th anniversary of the awards that honor Rhode Island women across industry, culture and public service. Read More


Providence Among the Worst Cities for Car Accidents, Says Allstate

Providence is one of the worst cities in America in terms of safe drivers, ranking as the fifth worst city in America when

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Rhode Island Ranked Third Worst in Nation for Online College Students

Rhode Island has ranked as the third worst state in the nation for online college students.


RI Primary Predictions: Political Experts Weigh In

With the primary just 2 weeks from tomorrow,  Rhode Island political experts and GoLocalProv MINDSETTERS weigh in with

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NEW: Solomon Apologizes for Clerical Error in Ethics Filings, Claims Lead in Polls

Democratic candidate for mayor of Providence Michael Solomon took the podium in Providence’s Prospect Park earlier today to

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slides: Experts Make Predictions on Primary Outcomes

With the primary just 2 weeks from tomorrow, Rhode Island political experts and GoLocalProv MINDSETTERS weigh in with

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Providence Has Special Needs 4 Year Old on Bus for 2.5 Hours a Day

Providence bus assignments for the coming year have a 4 year old scheduled to be on a bus for over 2 hours a day.

A four year old Providence student with special needs is scheduled to be on a school bus for two and half hours a day,

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In Final Weeks, Outside Money Pours into Democratic Primary

Have the candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Rhode Island governor upheld their pledge to keep outside money

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RI Corruption Topped National News 20 Years Ago: What’s Changed?

Sam Donaldson

More than 20 years ago, a national ABC news segment featuring Sam Donaldson dubbed Rhode Island the "most corrupt state in

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Elorza/Smiley Deny Back Room Deal in Mayoral Shake Up

The formal announcement was made today that Brett Smiley is dropping out of the Democratic primary for Providence Mayor and

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Will Labor Divide Spell Victory for Raimondo?

Treasurer Gina Raimondo

With Clay Pell and Angel Taveras locked in a statistical tie for second place behind Gina Raimondo among likely Democratic

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slides: See Union Endorsements in Top Statewide Races

Primary day is two weeks from Tuesday in Rhode Island -- see who's gotten endorsed from which labor groups below.


$3 Bar Lawyer Files Ethics Complaint Against Board of Licenses’ Harris

Former State Rep Peter Petrarca has filed an ethics complaint against the Board of Licenses Chair Johanna Harris.

Lawyer Peter Petrarca, who represents the $3 Bar's Gianfranco Marrocco, has filed a complaint with the Rhode Island Ethics

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Special Tax Deals for Developers Cost Providence $15 Million Since 2013

Tax breaks for developers of some of the biggest projects in Providence have totaled more than $15.1 million since 2013,

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