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25 Ways to Celebrate Veterans in RI & New England—25 Ways to Celebrate Veterans in RI &…

Lobbying Reform Bill Passes & Mental Health Training for Police: This Week at the State House—Lobbying Reform Bill Passes & Mental Health Training…

Fit For Life: What we Can Learn From the New England Revolution—Fit For Life: What we Can Learn From…

For Veterans Some of the Deepest Wounds Are Invisible—For Veterans Some of the Deepest Wounds Are…

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Classic Geraniums—Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Classic Geraniums

Huestis: Dual Planetary Close Encounters—Huestis: Dual Planetary Close Encounters

Why America Will Never Tire of Superhero Movies—Why America Will Never Tire of Superhero Movies

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RI Filmmaker Sorensen to Honor Vietnam Vets at Memorial Day Gala in D.C.—RI Filmmaker Sorensen to Honor Vietnam Vets at…

 
 
 

NEW: Caramadre Pleads Guilty to Scamming Elderly

Joseph A. Caramadre and Raymour Radhakrishnan pleaded guilty today to conspiring to steal and to use the identities of terminally-ill patients to obtain millions of...

Dan Lawlor: Change is Possible

Dan Lawlor says Rhode Island needs people to connect with each other to problem solve the state's biggest issues.

State Report: Republican Shakeup, RI Loses More Jobs & Climate Change

This week’s State House Report centers on several news stories that could play a major role in the upcoming 2013 legislative session. Not only...

Controversial For-Profit College with RI Ties Closing 23 Schools

Career Education Corp., the company that runs a nationwide chain of for-profit colleges including Sanford-Brown Institute in Cranston will close 23 schools across the country later...

Aaron Regunberg: Tax Cuts for Wealthy Don’t Spur Growth

Aaron Regunberg weighs in on the debate over tax cuts.

Will Rhode Island Legalize Marijuana?

Rhode Island lawmakers will consider legalizing marijuana during the 2013 legislative, House Judiciary chairperson Edith Ajello (D-1) said Thursday.

video: NEW: Congressman Cicilline Honors Veterans

Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) today honored Rhode Island’s veterans on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.

NEW: Central Falls Bond Rating Upgraded

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced that Standard & Poor’s Rating Services has upgraded the long-term bond credit rating of the City of...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff Scott: The Republican Guide to the Liberty Vote

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff Scott gives the Libertarian perspective on the Republican Party.

NEW: Unemployment Drops to 10.4 Percent

The RI Department of Labor and Training announced today that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for October 2012 dropped to 10.4 percent, down one-tenth...

RI Schools Spend $2 Billion—Only Half Goes to the Classroom

School districts in Rhode Island spend more than $2 billion annually, but barely half that money has made it into the classroom, state data shows. &ldquo...

NEW: RI to Receive $1.2 Million from GlaxoSmithKline, LLC Suit

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced today that he and 37 other Attorneys General reached a $90 million Consent Judgment with GlaxoSmithKline LLC (GSK) to resolve allegations...

NEW: Chafee Announces Caruolo As Chairman of RI Board of Education

George Caruolo has been named by Rhode Island Governor Linc Chafee as his choice for Chairman of the RI Board of Education.

Governor Lincoln Chafee has announced his attention to appoint George Caruolo as Chairman of the Rhode Island Board of Education, pending confirmation by the Rhode...

NEW: Langevin Calls for Changes to Nation’s Voting System

Following numerous instances of excruciatingly long lines as well as complications at the polls that made it more difficult for people across the country to...

NEW: Sen. Reed Announces Three FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers to Open

U.S. Senator Jack Reed today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be partnering with local and state officials to open three...

NEW: Congressman Cicilline Endorses Diossa in Central Falls

United States Congressman David Cicilline today announced his endorsement of City Councilman James A. Diossa for mayor of Central Falls.

Report Calls for More State Support for Struggling Families

More than 85 percent of single parent families, and more than one-quarter (28 percent) of two-parent families with two or more children, do not earn enough without...

Listen: How much School $ Gets to Schools?

School districts in Rhode Island spend more than $2 billion annually, but barely half that money has made it into the classroom, state data shows. Helen...

Julia Steiny: Death Takes a Whack At Priorities

Julia Steiny remembers her father, who passed away last Sunday.

NEW: Mayor Taveras Proposes Sweeping Changes to PEDP Board

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras is calling for sweeping changes to the way the embattled Providence Economic Development Partnership (PEDP) distributes loans to small businesses, the...

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