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2016 Rhody Award Winners Announced - See the Winners—2016 Rhody Award Winners Announced - See the…

Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay Music Director—NEW: Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Basque Piperade—Chef Walter's Flavors + Knowledge: Basque Piperade

RI’s Welch Goes Undefeated, Team USA Wins 2016 Junior Ryder Cup—RI's Welch Goes Undefeated, Team USA Wins 2016…

ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy Body Cameras—ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy…

PC Hockey Picked to Finish 5th in Hockey East Preseason Coaches Poll—PC Hockey Picked to Finish 5th in Hockey…

Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won, Who Lost—Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won,…

Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate—Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate

Rhode Island’s Miracle on the Scituate—Rhode Island’s Miracle on the Scituate

Watchdog Group Demands Answers Following RI’s $500M IT Project Rollout—Watchdog Group Demands Answers Following RI's $500M IT…

 
 
 

ProvPlan Board Refuses to Respond to Questions, PR Statement Riddled With Errors

ProvPlan Chair Dick Spies speaks - a week after their Executive Director resigned following the State Police investigation of a top employee.

The cloud of controversy at ProvPlan continues. And, more questions about the Board and its failed management of the embezzlement continues to grow. The Board...

Rep. Carson Calls for the Release of State Police 38 Studios Docs

Rep. Carson

Chair of the Tourism Commission, Rep. Lauren H. Carson is calling upon Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and the State Police to release...

Sen. Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: “You Should Resign”

United State Senator Elizabeth Warren questioned Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO John Stumpf about the recent fraud which resulted in a $185 million settlement with the...

Aquidneck Island Communities Receive $1 Million Grant for Clean Water Partnership

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Sen. Jack Reed announced a $1 million grant to the communities of Aquidneck Island for an innovative new program...

UPDATED: Foxwoods Lockdown Lifted After Officer Shoots Armed Man in Casino

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Update 4 p.m.  The lockdown at Foxwoods Resort Casino has been lifted after a tribal officer shot and killed an armed casiino patron...

10 Things to Know About RI’s $500M Health IT Project

What is the fiscal - and technical - health of the new UHIP portal, which rolled out in RI last week?  Sides differ.

Rhode Island's biggest-ever IT project launched last week — and what was originally a $135 million budget turned into $364 million as of last year. Now...

Former Providence and New Haven Police Chief Esserman Hired at Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac University has hired Dean Esserman - the former Providence and New Haven Police Chief as public safety expert.

Investing in Infrastructure Can Have Big Payoffs, MINDSETTER™ Mesolella

We can all agree that Rhode Island has many things going for it: our coast line is unparalleled in its beauty, our food is top...

Schilling, 38 Studios Execs Agree to $2.5 Million Settlement with State of RI

Curt Schilling (pictured) and three 38 Studios execs have agreed to a settlement with the State of RI.

Curt Schilling, Thomas Zaccagnino, Richard Wester, Jennifer MacLean, and their insurer, Starr Indemnity and Liability Company, have agreed to a proposed $2.5 million settlement with the...

Providence Ranked 23rd Most Fun City in U.S.

Providence has been ranked as the 23rd most fun city in the country, according to a recent study done by WalletHub. 

Petition Launched Asking Gov. Raimondo to Release 38 Studios Documents

Governor Gina Raimondo

A petition has been launched calling on Governor Gina Raimondo to release the documents of the criminal investigation of 38 Studios. In late July, Attorney General...

New York Bombing Suspect Identified as Ahmad Khan Rahami

Federal authorities are looking for Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, from New Jersey, for his possible role in the bombing of a Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan. 

NEW: Missing 13-Year-Old Providence Girl Being Sought by Family

13-year-old Huntley was last seen on Thursday - her family is asking for any information.

Thirteen-year-old Nashon Huntley, who was last seen on Thursday leaving for school, is being sought by her family -- who say they fear a boyfriend...

Rescue 1 Responding: Chapter 17, 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...

See Where the New York City Explosions Took Place

Multiple explosions rocked the New York and New Jersey areas over the weekend injuring at least 29 people. Blasts hit the beachside community in New Jersey,...

Elorza’s Office SUV Gets Booted and Seized for Excessive Tickets

City car booted on Eddy Street

A vehicle used by Mayor Jorge Elorza’s Office for advance work was booted and seized on Friday for excessive tickets.

Investigation: Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Mice at Low-Income Housing Complex in Providence

A can of bed bug spray Curtis Arms' resident Carl Barney used before having his mattresses removed.

A tenant of a low-income housing unit in Providence is claiming he's been faced with mice, cockroaches, and now bed bugs -- and is...

Paolino’s Proposed Ordinance Withstood Challenge from KKK in Missouri

The KKK failed in its challenge of a Missouri city's ordinance prohibiting solicitation and distribution between cars and people in the street.

The city ordinance proposed as part of the Downtown Improvement District’s plan unveiled this week, which would prohibit exchanges between persons in the...

RI State Police Fail to Comply with GoLocal’s 38 Studios Request, Media Company to Appeal

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The Rhode Island State Police released four CDs of media articles and copies of documents previously released by Judge Michael Silverstein from the 38 Studios Civil...

Elorza Refuses to Endorse Paolino Plan, Proposes “Giving Meters” Instead

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza at City Hall on Thursday, unveiling his plan for a

Jorge Elorza's fascination with meters continues. A day after former Mayor Joseph Paolino put forth the Downtown Improvement District's plan to address both...

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