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Herb Weiss: Gubernatorial Candidates Go Negative to Get Votes—With less than three weeks before the September…

Inaugural Providence Basketball Classic to Give Back to the Community—The Inaugural Providence Basketball Classic will be held…

Hull Criticizes Smiley Withdrawal—Rhode Island State Representative Ray Hull has criticized…

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Aaron Regunberg: Time for Brown to Pay its Fair Share in Providence

Right now, the Brown Corporation believes it doesn’t have to worry about community approval. But Aaron Regunberg says it's

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NEW: City Announces Bank of America Skating Schedule

Providence residents and visitors alike can once again savor the winter tradition of ice skating outside at the Bank of

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Municipal Leaders: Pension Bill Ignores Cities and Towns

Municipal leaders say they their pleas for help were ignored and now cities and towns will likely have to address local

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NEW: Senator Whitehouse Praises VOW to Hire Heroes Act

U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse released a statement of support Thursday following the Senate’s approval of the VOW to

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NEW: Cicilline Commemorates Veterans Day

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) issued the following statement commemorating Veterans Day.


NEW: Doherty Calls on State to Commit to MOVE Act for Veterans

Brendan Doherty, Republican Candidate for Rhode Island’s first Congressional District today called on Secretary of State

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NEW: No Changes at ProCAP for Time Being

In a closed meeting that lasted over two hours, the board of the Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) chose to

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PODCAST: Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in RI Politics

Every Friday, Dan McGowan breaks down who's rising and who's falling in the world of Rhode Island politics. Check out who

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Pension Bill Out of Committees: Will it Pass?

The House and Senate Finance Committees last night approved an amended version of the pension reform bill submitted by

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NEW: Marriage Equality Praises Sen. Whitehouse for Standing Up for Same Sex Marriage

Marriage Equality Rhode Island Campaign Director Ray Sullivan issued a statement today praising Senator Sheldon Whitehouse

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The Communities with the Most Sex Offenders

Several cities and towns in Rhode Island have a far higher proportion of sex offenders than is the norm in most

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NEW: GOP State Sen. Wants Review of Part-Time State Employees

Senate Republicans are calling for a complete review of state employment policies for people classified as “not full time”

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NEW: Senator Reed Introduces Online Sales Tax Bill to Help Local Businesses

U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) is working to help small businesses compete. Today he and nine other senators introduced the

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NEW: Pawtucket Cemetery to be Rededicated Sunday

The historic Mineral Spring Cemetery in Pawtucket will be rededicated on Sunday after an extensive cleanup and restoration

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