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Rob Horowitz: Obama’s Immigration Executive Order; Good Policy and Good Politics—President Obama’s carefully calibrated, but still truly impacting…

Riley: RhodeMap RI is Deeply Flawed—How do Central Planners plan when they have…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Larry Girouard: RhodeMap RI, A Wrong Turn for RI—The Rhode Island brand continues to be mired…

Sec. of State Mollis to Light RI State House Christmas Tree—Governor Lincoln Chafee announced that Secretary of State…

PODCAST: Opponents Blast Tax Breaks for 195 Dormitory Deal—A week following 195 Commission's announcement of its…

Saul Kaplan: Thankful Innovation Junkie—I love Thanksgiving. It’s my favorite holiday. What’s…

Providence 49ers Need Help Getting to Florida For Title Game—The Providence 49ers need help getting to Florida

Brown Bears Drop 89-68 Decision To Illinois, Lose 4th Straight—Brown loses fourth straight game, 89-68 to Illinois.

West Elmwood Intruders Eyeing National Title Game, New Life Experience—West Elmwood Intruders are a win away from…

9 Brown Gridders Earn All-Ivy Honors—Bears place 9 players on All-Ivy team

 
 
 

poll: What Grade Would You Give Governor Chafee for His 1st Year?

Governor Lincoln Chafee is just finishing his first year in office. He ran on a motto of "Trust Chafee." Now, after his first year and...

NEW: Gas Prices Down Again

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down for the sixth straight week, and will end the year with the lowest average prices seen locally since...

Local Pols Make Predictions for 2012

GoLocalProv asked some of the state’s most prominent politicians to offer predictions of what 2012 will have in store.

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Lawlor: 2012 Should be a Year of Growth for RI

Dan Lawlor says 2012 should be a year to celebrate a better political and civic culture, one where we stop gaming each other, and work for...

Tom Sgouros: The Problem with School Funding

Tom Sgouros takes on the challenges with education funding in Rhode Island.

Woman of the Year - GoLocal

It all started with Time magazine in 1927 naming Charles Lindbergh “Man of the Year.” His miraculous trip across the Atlantic changed travel forever...

Man of the Year - GoLocal

Rhode Island’s Man of the Year are the thousands of men in Rhode Island who have been devastated by unemployment. The numbers are...

Foreclosures Still Rock RI Each Month

Rhode Island had the 21st highest foreclosure rate in the country in October, according to the latest report issued National Association of Real Estate Editors.

NEW: Langevin Praises Payroll Tax Cut Extension

Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) released the following statement after the House passed by unanimous consent two-month legislation to maintain the payroll tax cut enacted last...

Biggest Stories of 2011 on GoLocal

In 2011, GoLocalProv had the opportunity to break some of the biggest stories in Southern New England and beyond. Visitors flocked to GoLocal’s...

NEW: State Rep. Pushes for RIPTA to Hire Vets

Rep. Raymond E. Gallison Jr., chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, is urging the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority to give veterans consideration...

NEW: Cicilline Issues Statement on Payroll Tax Cut Extension

Following House passage of a two-month extension of payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) issued the following statement:

UPDATED: Congress Passes Two Month Payroll Cut Extension

House Republicans caved Thursday to a deal that will save the payroll tax cuts for the next two months.

Aaron Regunberg: Reform the Business Sector in 2012

Aaron Regunberg says it's time to pledge to see one world in which everyone has to play by the same rules.

Strategy Session Will Address Municipal Fiscal Crisis

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced today that he will host a Municipal Executives Strategy Session with the mayors and town managers of Rhode Island&rsquo...

NEW: Reed Says Budget Cuts Heating Aid by $8 Million

As winter approaches, there is significantly less federal funding available this year for low-income families to get home heating assistance after Congress cut over $1.2 billion...

Fired Worker Suing City: “I’m a Scapegoat”

A former Providence city employee who claims he was wrongfully terminated is suing the city for his job back, GoLocalProv has learned.

NEW: City Reaches Agreement to Save Libraries

The administration of Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has reached an agreement with the two independent organizations that operate the libraries that serve city residents that...

NEW: Occupy Providence Votes to Leave Park

The Occupy Providence encampment in Burnside Park will come to after more than two months after the protesters voted to leave the park in exchange...

GoLocal’s Man and Woman of the Year

GoLocalProv will announce its selection for Woman and Man of the Year.  The editors and reporters reviewed those who had the most impact on...

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