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NEW: Patriots Acquire Linebacker Barkevious Mingo From Cleveland—NEW: Patriots Acquire Linebacker Barkevious Mingo From Cleveland

UPDATED: Cumberland Woman Hit & Killed by Peter Pan Bus in Providence’s Kennedy Plaza—UPDATED: Cumberland Woman Hit & Killed by Peter…

RI Ranked as 10th Most Lenient State on High Risk Drivers—RI Ranked as 10th Most Lenient State on…

Patriots Trade Center Bryan Stork to Washington for Draft Pick—Patriots Trade Center Bryan Stork to Washington for…

True Blood’s Denis O’Hare Coming to RI Comic Con 2016—True Blood's Denis O'Hare Coming to RI Comic…

Revs Play to 0-0 Tie With San Jose—Revs Play to 0-0 Tie With San Jose

PC’s “Welcome Class of 2020” Social Media Video Breaks School Viewership Record—PC's "Welcome Class of 2020" Social Media Video…

Patriots Release Wide Receiver Nate Washington—Patriots Release Wide Receiver Nate Washington

EDITORIAL: Kudos to Governor Chafee, Now It’s Raimondo’s Turn—EDITORIAL: Kudos to Governor Chafee, Now its Governor…

 
 
 

Esserman’s Downward Spiral: A Timeline of Controversies Over the Years

Dean Esserman is now on sick leave from his post as New Haven Police Chief. Does he survive?

Former Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman - who resigned in 2011 after hosting a graduation party for his high school daughter where GoLocalProv was first to...

GOP Reps Call for Raimondo to Reschedule Meeting Impacting Farmers During Washington County Fair

A DEM meeting regarding farm land use and regulation was scheduled for the opening day of the Washington County Fair.

Members of the Rhode Island House Minority Caucus are asking Governor Gina Raimondo to instruct RI DEM Director Janet Coit to reschedule a meeting which...

EDITORIAL: Lifespan is the Billionaire that Can’t Tip the Waitress

Lifespan’s claim that it can’t make any payment to the City of Providence is a little like the billionaire who claims...

RI Ethics Commission Will Not Pursue DeSimone Complaint

Majority Leader John DeSimone

The Rhode Island Ethics Commission on Tuesday decided not to investigate a complaint against Rhode Island House Majority Leader John DeSimone.

RI Public Expenditure Council Seeking Nominations for Public Service Awards

The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council is seeking nominations for the 41st annual Public Service Awards. The winners will be recognized at RIPEC'...

New Group Emerges in Battle Over Future of 6-10 Connector

A rendering put forth by RIDOT in March -- before being told the state would not be awarded a $175 million federal FASTLANE grant in July.

A newly formed group has emerged to advocate for a "cost-effective" 6-10 connector redesign - just weeks after the State of Rhode Island was rejected...

Esserman’s Spiral - Now On Sick Leave in New Haven UPDATED

Dean Esserman’s downward spiral continues. The Police Chief in New Haven is now going out on “sick leave” and it seems...

Warwick Drowning: Six-Year-Old Boy Did Not Know How to Swim

The woman who pulled six-year-old Jamir Stewart from the water at Warwick City Park on Sunday said that at "no time" did any rescue personnel...

National Weather Service: Heavy Rain & Strong Thunderstorms Possible Today in Prov

The National Weather Service has issued a"hazardous weather outlook" for Providence Tuesday afternoon and evening with a chance of heavy rain and strong thunderstorms....

Muksian Named Director of Administration for City of Providence

Robin Muksian

Robin Muksian has been named the Director of Administration for the City of Providence, as announced by Mayor Jorge Elorza on Monday.  In the...

Providence is the Worst City in America to Retire

A new study ranks Providence as the worst city in America to retire.

New Owners of Historic Blackstone Boulevard Bodell House Seeking Subdivision

East Side’s Frederick E. & Albina Bodell House recently sold for $3.8 million -- and the lot is now up for consideration of subdivision before the city.

The new owners of a property in the Blackstone Boulevard historic district in Providence are seeking a subdivision into five smaller lots — less than...

Rescue 1 Responding: Chapter 11 & 12, a Book by Michael Morse

I always thought that a day in the life of a Providence Firefighter assigned to the EMS division would make a great book. One day...

Lifespan Refuses to Pay Providence, While Saving $30 Million In Charitable Care

Miriam Hospital in Providence, a Lifespan hospital.

Lifespan touted a more than $30 million reduction in charity care costs under Obamacare in 2015, due to the number of charity cases moving to Medicaid --...

RI Foundation Awards $18.2 Million in Grants

Neil Steinberg, CEO

The Rhode Island Foundation announced that it has awarded $18.2 million in grants to fund hundreds of programs serving Rode Islanders all over the state in...

Cat Killer Had Multiple Felonies Prior to Being Jailed

Anthony Stravato was ordered multiple times by courts to mental health programs.

A GoLocalProv.com investigation has uncovered that convicted cat-killer Anthony Stravato had an extensive criminal history prior to being jailed in 2015, which was for both...

Elorza Administration Exodus - 100% of Senior Staff Has Left

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza has been hit hard by staff turnovers in many of his key positions. While many elected officials see a natural transition...

Providence Councilman Jackson Pleads Not Guilty in Superior Court

Kevin Jackson & lawyer Artin Coloian

Providence City Councilman Kevin Jackson pleaded not guilty in Providence County Superior Court on Wednesday August 10.

Petition to Reclassify Marijuana Denied by US DEA

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Thursday denied requests to loosen the classification of marijuana as a dangerous drug with no medical use.

Bob Whitcomb’s Digital Diary: 38 Studios is More Sloth and Stupidity than Corruption

Bob Whitcomb

Bob Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights of the global and local issues that...

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