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NEW: Lawmaker Praises Central Falls Funding

Rep. Agostinho F. Silva (D-Dist. 56, Central Falls) expressed his thanks to his colleagues in the House of Representatives early Friday morning when they passed Article 22,...

House Budget Overwhelmingly Approved

The House of Representatives voted 57 to 15 today to approve an $8.1 billion state spending plan that substantially restores previous cuts to programs for the developmentally disabled,...

EXCLUSIVE: U.S. Attorney Investigating Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios

The U.S. Attorney’s office has launched an investigation into Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios, GoLocalProv has learned.

NEW: Schilling’s 38 Studios is Bankrupt

Curt Schilling’s broke video game company filed for bankruptcy in Delaware today, according to court filings.

General Assembly ‘Failure’ Could Bankrupt Cities and Towns

The decision to leave the key components of Governor Chafee’s municipal relief package out of the proposed $8.1 billion House budget will drive more...

NEW: Taxi Lobby Says Assembly is Taxing Wrong One Percent

Taxi company owners continue to express outrage at the budget proposal that would raise taxes on cab rides.

38 Studios Insiders Have Been Connected Since May 2009

The lawyer at the center of the deal that brought Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios to Rhode Island had a business relationship with a top...

NEW: State to Receive $1 Million in Workforce Grants

A new $1 million federal grant is coming to Rhode Island through the U.S. Department of Labor’s Workforce Data Quality Initiative (WDQI). The...

Donna Perry: Too Many Broken Promises to Taxpayers

Donna Perry has a tale of two states: Rhode Island & Wisconsin.

Julia Steiny: Knowing How to Comfort a Child is a Basic Life Skill

Julia Steiny asks, how can children learn to be kind and caring if they don’t see us model the behavior we want to...

Postcast: Rep Palumbo Talks End Of Session

State Representative Peter Palumbo (D-Cranston) joins Helen in studio to talk about the last minute bills and amendments that are coming up at the end...

NEW: 60-70 Layoffs Coming at Department of Labor & Training

The Department of Labor and Training (DLT) will lay off between 60 and 70 employees for the 2012 fiscal year, the department has confirmed.

The EDC’s Next Boondoggle?

A trendy industry. A small developer with big dreams. Assurances that public funds are not at risk. And promises of an economic windfall. Sound familiar?

NEW: RIPEC Releases Table Games Report

The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council (RIPEC) today released comments on the impact of proposed legislation regarding the terms and conditions between the state and...

NEW: Medicaid Fraud in Pawtucket

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin today announced that after a two month investigation by the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud and Patient...

Embattled Providence Housing Director Earned Over $240,000 in 2010

The executive director of the Providence Housing Authority earned more than double the salary of the average housing authority executive in 2010, according to a report...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dr. Harold G. Devine: Should All Students Learn English?

Dr. Harold Devine says simple common sense should tell us that to become contributing members of the American culture, students should learn English as quickly...

NEW: Hinckley Rips Senate Dems

Republican candidate Barry Hinckley is criticizing Senator Sheldon Whitehouse following a recent report that he is being considered to lead Senate Democrats.

Connected Lawyer Pledged Tax Credits Before They Were Approved

Less than a week before Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios defaulted on a $1.125 million payment due to the Economic Development Corporation (EDC), the state&rsquo...

NEW: Taxi Owners Outraged by Proposed Taxi Tax

The Taxi Owners Association of Rhode Island today expressed their outrage and dismay at a proposal to tax their small and struggling industry with punitive...

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