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Aaron Regunberg: Think Again on Pension Reform

Aaron Regunberg argues that if you identify as a Democrat, let alone a progressive Democrat, then your stance on pension reform is worth thinking through...

RI Attorney Charged With Scamming Sick and Elderly

A Rhode Island attorney and an employee of his Cranston, R.I., estate planning company were charged in a 66-count federal grand jury indictment returned...

NEW: Unemployment Down, but State Lost 1,200 Jobs in October

The state's latest jobs report shows a decline in the unemployment rate, but also notes that Rhode Island continues to lose jobs.

BREAKING: Pension Reform Bill Passes; Heads to Governor’s Desk

The General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a sweeping overhaul o the state’s pension system Thursday night, and now the legislation heads to Governor&rsquo...

NEW: GoLocalTV and SeeClickFix Hold City Accountable

GoLocalTV anchors Greg Berman and Lauren Marchetti decided to take SeeClickFix to the next level and follow-up on a few of the complaints personally.

NEW: ProCAP Blocks Access to Independent Assessor

The Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) has cut off access to the independent assessor that was hired to look into the organization’s management...

33 Percent of DUI Offenders Get Off

Rhode Island judges acquit roughly one-third of all DUI (driving under the influence) trials that go before them according to Craig Berke, the Director of...

Costantino Claims Providence Gypped Him Out of $37k

A prominent business owner and a Providence City Councilman are in a financial dispute over a foreclosed South Side property the two attempted to purchase...

NEW: Cicilline Blasts National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) spoke out against against the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act, which he claims undermines gun safety laws by...

NEW: Mayor Taveras Launches Public Equity Investment Fund

Mayor Angel Taveras today announced that the City of Providence will partner with local angel and venture investors Betaspring, Slater Technology Fund and Cherrystone Angel...

PODCAST: 33% of DUI Offenders Get Off

Rhode Island judges acquit roughly one-third of all DUI (driving under the influence) trials that go before them according to Craig Berke, the Director of...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff Scott: Stop Beating the War Drums for Iran

The United States cannot afford expanding the military into another country and the consequences of attacking Iran would be devastating, says Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff...

NEW: Cicilline Addresses ProCAP Scandal

Congressman David Cicilline weighs in on the ProCAP scandal in the city of Providence.

RI Groups Will Target Lawmakers Who Oppose Pension Reform

Several pro-pension reform groups said Tuesday they will join General Treasurer Gina Raimondo in campaigning for those state lawmakers who vote in favor of the...

Over $500k Missing in ProCAP Scandal

More than $500,000 in government funds that were designated for various vendors that work with the city’s top anti-poverty organization were never paid while...

NEW: U.S. Attorney’s Office Recovered $10.5 Million in FY 2011

U.S. Attorney Peter F. Neronha announced today that the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Rhode Island collected more than $10.5...

video: NEW: Cicilline Says Middle Class is Being “Hollowed Out”

Speaking on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday, Representative David Cicilline (D-RI) brought awareness to the issue of the growing income...

NEW: Kilmartin Teams With Verizon to Prevent Domestic Violence

Throughout the month of October, the Office of Attorney General hosted cell phone collections at its offices in Providence, and throughout various county courthouses, to...

NEW: Langevin to Host Agricultural Forum

Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will host Rhode Island farmers and others interested in agricultural issues impacting the state at a public forum on Monday November 28, 2011.

Julia Steiny: Kids Are Way Ahead of Us as Digital Learners

Julia Steiny says gigital learning is a force to be dealt with. We’re only just starting. Adults need to get out there WITH...

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