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Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage—Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued…

Peace Flag Project to Host Rhode Island Month of Peace in September—The Peace Flag Project will host over 30…

Don’t Miss: Fall Newport Secret Garden Tours—The Benefactors of the Arts will present a…

Fall Activities for the Whole Family—Mark your calendars for the best activities of…

Skywatching: Seagrave Memorial Observatory Centennial (1914-2014)—Skyscrapers, Inc., the Amateur Astronomical Society of Rhode…

Friday Financial Five - August 29, 2014—The Tax Foundation has put together a helpful…

RI Resource Recovery Collected 6K Pounds of Clothes—RI Resource Recovery has received more than 6,000…

5 Live Music Musts - August 29, 2014—We’ve got Rhythm and Roots and a whole…

The Cellar: Late Summer Values—While this week saw some fantastic weather there…


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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NEW: RISC Calls for Pension Bill to Pass out of Committees

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition is sending out an action alert to citizen taxpayers, urging them to tell their

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PODCAST: Danger Next Door: 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: Chafee Blasts Pension Bill for Not Addressing Municipal Problems

Governor Lincoln Chafee issues an early evening statement critical of the pension legislation. Read the Governor's

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NEW: ACLU Calls Use of Infrared Technology in Burnside Park “Troubling”

RI ACLU executive director Steven Brown issued a statement today in response to a GoLocalProv report that Providence

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NEW: DLT Director Fogarty in Washington Thursday

Rhode Island Director of Labor and Training Charles J. Fogarty is scheduled to testify Thursday at a U.S. Senate Committee

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NEW: GOP A Successful Election Night in Woonsocket

The Rhode Island GOP is celebrating a successful election night in Woonsocket Tuesday.


PODCAST: Exclusive: Infrared Cameras Show Occupy is Vacant

Providence officials say Burnside Park isn't as occupied as you might think at night. GoLocalProv has the breakdown.


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