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Providence Has Paid D’Amico Nearly $175K Since He Quit, Total Comp Hits $1M—Providence Has Paid D’Amico Nearly $175k Since He…

The 20 Best Ice Cream Places in Rhode Island—The 20 Best Ice Cream Places in Rhode…

Fit For Life: I Can’t Settle – Neither Should You—Fit For Life: I Can’t Settle – Neither…

Prov Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau Starts Pokemon Go Blog—Prov Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau Starts Pokemon…

Trump’s Turnaround: June Marks Best Fundraising Month So Far—Trump’s Turnaround: June Marks Best Fundraising Month So…

RI Authors Release “Shoreline” Anthology Featuring Works of 19 RI Writers—RI Authors Release "Shoreline" Anthology Featuring Works of…

RI’s Malia Kamalani Cruz to Compete for Miss Teen USA National Title—RI's Malia Kamalani Cruz Compete for Miss Teen…

Concerns Sparked by Convicted Felon’s Suboxone Clinic on Wickenden St.—Concerns Sparked by Convicted Felon's Suboxone Clinic on…

Ivanka Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See Her Speech Here—Ivanka Trump Addresses Republican National Convention - See…

Mayor Elorza’s Proposed $40 Million Bond Program Goes Down in Finance Committee—Mayor Elorza's Proposed $40 Million Bond Program Goes…

 
 
 

UPDATED STORM UPDATE: Parking Bans are Rolling in

GoLocal is contacting alll the police departments and tracking the parking bans - we will be updating all day long. UPDATED: Check out the list.

12 Best MINDSETTER™ Columns of 2012

From educational issues to the 2012 elections and immigration, GoLocalProv breaks down the 12 best opinion pieces by our MINDSETTERS™. 

State Report: Abolishing the Sales Tax, Fiscal Cliff & Increasing the Minimum Wage

With the New Year in mind, this week’s State Report centers on several policy changes that go into affect on January 1st. Firstly,...

Dan Lawlor: What Rhode Island Can Learn From New York

Dan Lawlor continues his look at how states close to Rhode Island compare with the Ocean State.

NEW: Weekend Winter Storm Will Bring Snow To Rhode Island

Rhode Island will finally see some snow accumulation this weekend, with a new winter storm on the way.

So far this winter we’ve had a whole lot of rain and not much snow here in Rhode Island. This next storm may...

NEW: RI College Mourns Loss of Richard Walton

In honor of beloved activist and English faculty member Richard Walton, Rhode Island College will fly its college flag at half-mast. Photo: Amos House.

Beloved Rhode Islander Richard Walton's death has left many adding tributes to his rich and storied life legacy, and Rhode Island College will honor...

NEW: Warwick, Cranston Receive $1.26 Million in Fire Safety Grants

In an effort to enhance public safety and help fire departments upgrade equipment and train firefighters and paramedics, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon...

Semi-Automatic Ammunition Flying Off Shelves In RI

Ocean State residents are flocking to firearms stores and stripping shelves of their ammunition, particularly the .223 calibers, which can be used with semi-automatic weapons. Of...

Julia Steiny: Brains Need To Be Healthy To Learn

Julia Steiny says her wish for the new year is that we move mental health to the center of our concerns for kids.

NEW: High Wind Warning For Rhode Island

A high wind warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for several areas in Rhode Island, and is in effect until at least 1...

Rhode Island Still Pushing for Federal Funds for Hurricane Sandy

Governor Lincoln Chafee announced this week that the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency has submitted a revised request to President Barack Obama for declaration of...

12 Biggest Blunders in Rhode Island of 2012

From DUI's to tax dodgers, Rhode Island had its fair share of blunders in 2012. GoLocalProv breaks down the top 12.

ProCAP’s Frank Shea: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Frank Shea stepped into the controversial landscape of Providence's embattled ProCAP and is restoring order and confidence.

When Frank Shea was appointed acting executive director of the Providence Community Acton Program (ProCAP), in late 2011, the city’s best-known antipoverty organization was...

Homeless Advocate Jim Ryczek: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Moving an agenda forward on behalf of Rhode Island's homeless residents: RI Coalition for the Homeless Executive Director Jim Ryczek.

In a year when many cities tightened their laws against homeless members in their communities, Rhode Island passed a Homeless Bill of Rights in June...

Paula Hodges: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Planned Parenthood Director Paula Hodges kept women's issues at the forefront during a contentious election year.

Planned Parenthood's new Public Policy & Advocacy Director Paula Hodges arrived in Rhode Island in December, 2011, and jumped straight into a high-profile position in...

City Year’s Jennie Johnson: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

City Year's Jennie Johnson took student absenteeism on head-on in 2012.

A local leader working to address Providence's chronic absenteeism problem.

State Senator Calls on Bryant University to Pay its Fair Share

Retiring State Senator John Tassoni is calling on Bryant University to show the same commitment to the tow of Smithfield that nonprofit institutions have shown...

Report: RI Doles Out Most Generous Benefits in Country

Rhode Island “spreads the wealth” to its residents more than any other state in the country, according to a study recently released by...

Pawtucket Mayor Pushing More Transparency in 2013

Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien has announced that his administration is seeking letters of interest and availability from city residents who wish to serve on one...

NEW: Gas Prices Remain the Same

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island remained the same, according to AAA Southern New England.

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