The State of Rhode Island drew $79.6 million more in revenue than expected for the first 10 months of fiscal year 2011,Read More
Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding—and most vulnerable to it—are Warwick, Providence, Cranston, and Newport, according to data from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.
The University of Rhode Island tomorrow will have a groundbreaking ceremony on a new $42 million, 429-bed residence hall.
In his first budget address last week, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras called for shared sacrifice from everyone –Read More
Congressman James Langevin called for an investment in Rhode Island’s workforce Friday at the state’s first STEMRead More
Four of every five Rhode Island public schools met all of the 2010-11 targets set by the federal No Child Left Behind ActRead More
Over one in four of Rhode Island’s nursing homes receive substandard ratings on a national Medicare survey.
Week in and week out GoLocalProv gives you a look at who is turning up their own heat in Rhode Island politics and who isRead More
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin today announced that the town of Barrington has signed an agreement in which the townRead More
The Providence City Council is one vote away from blocking a major tax increase—a critical step that Mayor Angel TaverasRead More
The Sierra Club and Environment America released a new report today showing that more fuel efficient cars would save everyRead More
The controversial chairman of the state agency that oversees virtually all development along the Ocean State’s 400-mileRead More