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Latino Festival and J.Geils Coming to India Point—Two big events are coming to India Point…

Rhythm and Roots Festival Returns Labor Day Weekend—The joint will be rockin’ this Friday night…

Moore: Senator Sheehan’s First Southwest Awakening—Moore: Senator Sheehan's First Southwest Awakening

College Admissions: Why Starting in 9th Grade Matters—Every fall, I see families of seniors in…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Harvesting Green Beans + Sunflowers—Gardening made simple...

5 Live Music Musts - August 28, 2015—Two free music festivals are highlights this week…

Buddy Guy Brings the Blues to Indian Ranch—The reigning champion of the Chicago Blues was…

Providence Folk Festival Coming Sunday—The second annual Providence Folk Festival is coming…

Moore: Elorza’s Misguided Guatemalan Tour—Moore: Elorza's Misguided Guatemalan Tour

College Admissions: 6 Steps To A Killer College Application—Put your best food forward...

 
 
 

Can Woonsocket be Spared from Bankruptcy?

The finger pointing and claims of political grandstanding between the Governor’s office and the Woonsocket delegation of the House of Representatives continued Wednesday,...

Julia Steiny: Every Kid Wants a Dad In His or Her Life

Julia Steiny says when there’s a high-functioning dad in every kid’s life, that’s when we’ll know we...

PODCAST: 38 Saga: Secret Documents Revealed

A confidential investment memo obtained by GoLocalProv reveals in painstaking and dramatic detail the true risks of the 38 Studios venture back in 2009—in marked...

10 Last-Minute Deals that Took Place in the General Assembly

GoLocalProv breaks down ten deals that went down in the last weeks (or minutes) of the year.

NEW: Kilmartin Praises Passage of Open Records Law

Recognizing the need to bring greater transparency and consistency to the state’s Access to Public Records Act (APRA), Attorney General Kilmartin today praised...

NEW: Reed Votes to Eliminate Subsidies for Big Sugar

In an effort to protect consumers and save U.S. taxpayers millions of dollars annually, U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today voted for a...

NEW: Langevin Announces RI Innovation Forum

Working with the Rhode Island Small Business Development Center at Johnson & Wales University, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) has announced an opportunity for Rhode Island...

NEW: Legislation OKd to Require BCI Checks for Student Mentors

Individuals seeking jobs with a private school or public school department are required by law to undergo national and state criminal background checks.

Guest MINDSETTER™ David Cicilline: Washington is Rigged Against the Middle Class

Thanks to Citizens United, Congressman David Cicilline says Wall Street banks, Big Oil companies, and powerful special interests now have a tighter grip than ever...

RI Becomes First in Nation to Establish ‘Homeless Bill of Rights’

Legislation passed Tuesday evening will guarantee that no person’s rights, privileges or access to public services will be denied or abridged solely because...

Councilman Wants to Go After Consulting Firm that Cost City Millions

The chairman of the City Council Finance Committee is calling on city officials to file a lawsuit against the $3.2 million consulting firm that committed numerous...

NEW: ACLU Suing Cranston Police

The ACLU today filed a lawsuit in federal district court on behalf of a Cranston resident, seeking the return of a variety of lawfully possessed...

NEW: Tomorrow is Deadline to Disaffiliate for September Primary

Rhode Islanders won't cast ballots for about three months, but a crucial deadline looms for local voters this month, according to Secretary of State...

NEW: Large-Scale Revitalization Project Coming to Smith Hill

The Smith Hill Community Development Corporation (SHCDC), Dimeo Properties and Rhode Island Housing, along with Governor Lincoln Chafee and the Rhode Island Congressional delegation and...

slides: Watergate, Nixon and Rhode Island - Big Connections

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the break in of the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Watergate.  The burglaries, their detection, and...

NEW: Assembly approves changes to Hospital Conversion Act

The General Assembly on Monday passed changes to the Hospital Conversion Act to eliminate a prohibition on for-profit companies acquiring more than one hospital in...

Dan Lawlor: Is it Time to be More Like Delaware?

Dan Lawlor explains why yet another state (this time Delaware) continues to out perform Rhode Island. 

Budget Heads to Governor’s Desk Despite Outrage from Groups

The Senate voted 30 to 7 today to approve an $8.1 billion state spending plan, of which $3.3 billion is supported with state revenues. The budget invests in additional...

PODCAST: Igliozzi Targets Mercer

{image_2}   The chairman of the City Council Finance Committee is calling on city officials to file a lawsuit against the $3.2 million consulting firm that...

EDC Carries $2.9 Million Payroll

The quasi-public agency tasked with overseeing economic development in the Ocean State pays its 42 employees more than 2.9 million, GoLocalProv has learned.

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