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Organizations Past Due on Police Detail: See Who Owes the Most—Organizations Past Due on Police Detail: See Who…

Santurri: Will The Democratic Race for Providence Mayor Become Primarily Negative?—Santurri: Will The Democratic Race for Providence Mayor…

It’s All About Education: High Stakes Testing & Common Core Debate—It’s All About Education: High Stakes Testing &…

Angela Moore Fashion Show and Champagne Brunch Debuts at Rosecliff—To celebrate the 375th anniversary of Newport, the…

Media Days Come To Rhode Island—The American Athletic Conference's Media Day took place…

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John Perilli: On Going Negative—John Perilli: On Going Negative– What if negative…

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NEW: David Caprio Resigns as Democratic State Party Chairman—NEW: David Caprio Resigns as Democratic State Party…

 
 
 

NEW: Providence Councilman Calls for More Oversight of City Loan Fund

Following two GoLocalProv reports this week about the number of past-due Providence Economic Development Partnership

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Occupy Providence Eviction: RI Pols Weigh In

The Occupy Providence protesters must leave Burnside Park by Sunday according to a letter issued by Public Safety

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NEW: Occupy Protesters Have 72 Hours to Leave Burnside Park

Noting that Burnside Park is only supposed to be open from 7:00am to 9pm, Public Safety commissioner Steven Pare today

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NEW: Sen. Reed Calls for Solutions on Housing Crisis

In an effort to boost the economy, create jobs, and stabilize neighborhoods, 33 U.S. Senators, including Senator Jack

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RI’s Most Dangerous Colleges and Universities

Which colleges and universities in Rhode Island have the most crime? Which campuses have the most illegal drug and alcohol

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Julia Steiny: Helping All Kids Graduate Requires a Second Shift of Supportive Adults

Oceans of kids need basic daily nurturing: “I’m here to help, and I like you.” Only such a personal approach will support

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Rhode Island is the 7th Most In-Debt State in America

Rhode Island has the seventh highest debt per capita in the country according to a new study conducted by State Budget

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NEW: Governor Postpones Israel Trip to Focus on Pension Reform

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced today that he will postpone a planned November trade mission to Israel in order to

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NEW: Brown University Professor Releases Nation’s First State-By-State Gun Flow Study

In a National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) working paper, Knight presents the first state-by-state gun flow

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NEW: State Sen. Angry U.S. Attorney Won’t Issue Opinion on In-State Tuition for Illegal Immigrants

Sen. James C. Sheehan (D-Dist. 36, Narragansett, North Kingstown) said today he is disappointed with a response he

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Carmen Castillo Wins Ward 9 Special Democratic Primary

City activist Carmen Castillo narrowly won the Providence’s special Democratic primary for the vacant Ward 9 City Council

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Jay Harding:  How to Save your Home from Foreclosure

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jay Harding explains how he nearly lost his home and explains how the Hardest Hit Fund Rhode Island

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Providence Loan Fallout: Delinquent Organization Received Cash From State Too

The South Providence recycling company that is more than 90 days past-due on a $410,000 loan from the Providence Economic

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NEW: National Marriage Equality Organization Calls Out Sen. Reed

A marriage equality organizing network with more than 700,000 members nationwide is calling Senator Jack Reed out for

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