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EDITORIAL: Let’s Get the X Games Back to Rhode Island—EDITORIAL: Let’s Get the X Games Back to…

NEW: PC Basketball Unveils 2016-17 Non-Conference Schedule—NEW: PC Basketball Unveils 2016-17 Non-Conference Schedule

Providence Ranks in the Top 50 Cities for Staycations—Providence Ranks in the Top 50 Cities for…

NEW: Brown U. Names Logan Powell Next Dean of Admission—NEW: Brown U. Names Logan Powell Next Dean…

Donald Trump Details Distribution of $5.6 Million Raised for Veterans—Donald Trump Details Distribution of $5.6 Million Raised…

Riley: Magaziner Drowning in Raimondo’s Hedge Funds Gone Wild—Riley: Rhode Island Pension Issues Mount

West Kingston Businessman Charged in Federal Court with Sex Trafficking a Minor—West Kingston Businessman Charged in Federal Court with…

Sen. Pichardo Receives Friends of the Network Award from Housing Network—Sen. Pichardo Receives Friends of the Network Award…

Reading With Robin: 2016 Summer Reading Series & Summer Giveaway—Reading With Robin: 2016 Summer Reading Series &…

Horowitz: Social Media Continues Growth as a News Source—Horowitz: Social Media Continues Growth as a News…

 
 
 

RI’s Central Landfill Named To 2012 “Dirty Dozen” Worst Polluters

Rhode Island's Johnston Landfill is one of the 12 worst polluters in New England for 2012, earning it a

Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation’s (RIRRC) Central Landfill in Johnston has been named one of the Top 12 polluters in New England. The landfill...

Report Ranks Rhode Island 2nd Worst-Run State

The 38 Studios debacle, pension woes and a high unemployment rate makes Rhode Island the second worst-run state in the country, according to a ranking released...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Alex Morash: The Power of the Youth Vote

Alex Morash questions whether Democrats be able to keep Generation Y in the long run.

The Most Dangerous Bridges in RI

One fifth of all the bridges in Rhode Island are structurally deficient, according to a GoLocalProv analysis of state data.

NEW: Chafee to Host Tree Lighting

Governor Lincoln Chafee will be hosting a tree lighting ceremony at the State House in December.

State Spends $64M on Health Insurance Web Site

Rhode Island expects to spend $64.7 million on developing and launching its new health benefits exchange, according to state records obtained by GoLocalProv. “Any amount...

Grace Ross: Despite Large Turnout, Politicians Still Ignoring the Voters

Former Massachusetts Gubernatorial candidate Grace Ross weighs in on the 2012 elections.

Report Breaks Down How Fiscal Cliff will Affect Rhode Island

The majority of Rhode Islanders would see their taxes rise if the Congress allows the country to go over the fiscal cliff, according to a...

More Violence Erupts Outside PEDP-Connected Nightclub

A South Side property whose owner is nearly 2,000 days behind on her $341,000 Providence Economic Development Partnership (PEDP) loan saw two men stabbed just outside of...

NEW: FEMA Offers Crisis Counseling For RIers After Hurricane Sandy

For Rhode Islanders facing recovery from Hurricane Sandy, there are more effects than just to property. Disasters complicate the lives of survivors in many ways,...

PowerPlayer: RI ACLU Director Steve Brown

This week’s PowerPlayer is ACLU executive director Steve Brown. Mr. Brown was kind enough to chat with GoLocalProv about the work he does...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jane Zhang: Why Schools Need Sex Ed

Jane Zhang says schools should offer comprehensive sex education in order to better protect and educate their youths.

State Report: Medical Pot, Central Falls Corruption & Educating Poll Workers

This week, the State Report centers on a pair of Central Fall stories: it’s upgraded bond rating and ex-Mayor Charles Moreau’s...

Aaron Regunberg: Walmart Organizing Could Represent New Economic Era

Aaron Regunberg weighs in on the Black Friday protests at Walmart.

How to Avoid Cyber Monday Scams

Next to “Black Friday,” “Cyber Monday” has become one of the busiest online shopping days of the year. Analysts predict that...

8 Key Political Questions for 2013

Thanksgiving has come and gone and the new year is fast approaching. GoLocalProv breaks down eight key political questions for 2013.

Dan Lawlor: Where the Occupy Movement is Still Alive

Dan Lawlor weighs in on the Occupy movement.

Major Unemployment Assistance Underway for those Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced this week that federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is now available to Rhode Islanders in Washington and Newport Counties who...

Julia Steiny: Give Thanks, for God’s Sake

Julia Steiny says gratitude is a discipline. Like any other skill, it must be practiced regularly.

Scammer Gave Over $250k to Top Pols: Will They Return the Cash?

The Cranston man who pleaded guilty this week to conspiring to steal the identities of terminally-ill patients to obtain millions of dollars from insurance companies...

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