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Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Red Peppers and Potatoes Frittata—End of summer combination with red peppers and…

Rhode Island Ranked Third Worst in Nation for Online College Students—Rhode Island has ranked as the third worst…

Arrivals & Departures Highlight Emotional Day At Gillette Stadium—The New England Patriots and New England Revolution…

Block Calls Out Raimondo For Failing To Support 2010 Tax Reform—Republican candidate for Governor Ken Block has blasted…

Fung Blasts Block for Government Contract Extension and Refusal to Release Tax Returns—Republican candidate for Governor Allan Fung has called…

Saul Kaplan: 3 Simple Words to Revolutionize the World—How many people end business meetings with an…

Coming to Rhythm and Roots - Charles Bradley—Charles Bradley is experiencing a late life awakening.

CORE Fitness To Present Digital Screen Indoor Cycling and Metabolic Workouts—Rhode Island based CORE Fitness and Pilates Mind/Body…

NEW: Former Smiley Staffers Join Elorza Ranks—Democratic candidate for Mayor Jorge Elorza has brought…

NEW: Pell Launches Television Ad “Hope”—Democratic candidate for Governor Clay Pell has released…


LISTEN: 3 Weeks Until Primary: What Will it Take for the Candidates to Win?

With primary day three weeks from Tuesday, the countdown is on for candidates running city and statewide offices in Rhode

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Comic Robin Williams’ Death Puts Spotlight on Depression, Suicide

Last Monday evening, millions of Americans were shocked to hear that 63-year- old Robin Williams died from an apparent

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Synthetic Marijuana: Is it the Next Heroin?

Are synthetic drugs posing the next major health threat to Rhode Island?


Rhode Island Foundation Awarded $15.6 Million in Grants First Half of 2014

The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded more than $15.6 million in grants to fund dozens of Rhode Island programs throughout

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slides: Was Federal Hill Safer When Raymond Patriarca Was in Charge?

Was Federal Hill really safer back when Ray Patriarca ran all of New England from the Coin-o-Matic on Atwells Avenue? 

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slides: A Look Back At the Early History of Violence on Federal Hill

Violence on Federal is not new. To put the recent incidences of violence on Federal Hill in a historical context,

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Medical Chief Warns of Ebola Threat in Rhode Island

HEALTH's Dr. Michael Fine talks with GoLocal about Ebola

Dr. Michael Fine, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH), said that the possibility of Ebola coming to

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Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation to Present “The Harvest Moondance”

Katie DeCubellis

The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation will host "The Harvest Moondance" at the Dunes Club in Narragansett.


Could Providence Lawsuit Against Wall Street Giants Save City Pension Fund?

From one of the world’s largest automakers to its largest stock market, Providence is taking some of the most iconic

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Providence Sues Corporate Giants - See the Defendants and Charges

Providence is suing some of the most iconic institutions of American business, from General Motors to the New York Stock

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NEW: RI Unemployment Rate Dropped to 7.7% in July

The unemployment rate in Rhode Island dropped to 7.7 percent in July, down from the June 2014 rate of 7.9% and the July 2013

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NEW: West Nile Virus Surfaces in West Kingstown, RI

Rhode Island residents are encouraged to protect themselves after the state’s health and environmental officials have

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video: Fung Shot “RI Open for Business” Ad in Ohio

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung's latest campaign ad, "Open for Business," touts Fung's experience as Mayor of

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NEW: Cranston Diner Owner on Fung: “You’ve Got to be Kidding Me”

A Cranston diner owner speaks out about Fung campaign ad shot in diner in Ohio

A Cranston diner owner expressed his "total surprise" when he learned that Cranston Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Allan

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