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Arthur Schaper: Grand Theft Auto Cicilline—MINDSETTER Arthur Schaper examine's Cicilline's role in Prov's…

Five Live Music Musts – April 18, 2014—Great vibes await

Report: Preston Murphy Leaving URI for Boston College—Preston Murphy Leaves URI for Boston College

EXCLUSIVE: Bryant Tells Grads No Selfies with President at Grad—Prohibiting selfies?

PC Athletics gets high marks—Friar winter sports #1 among Big East schools...

NEW: Providence’s Al Forno Featured as a Best Pizza Spot in the US—Another accolade for Al Forno

John Perilli: Peter Neronha, US Attorney & Rising Political Star?—He could be tough to beat...

NEW: Kate Simons Joins Shawmut Design as New Project Manager—Will manage construction projects for state's top hospitals

Local Songwriter Parodies Gordon Fox and Calamari Legislation—Check out these political parodies for yourself

Michael Riley: Rhode Island’s Potential Pension Nightmare—Headed for disaster...

 
 
 

EXCLUSIVE: Hemond to be Named to Providence School Committee

Nick Hemond, the spokesman for former Gubernatorial candidate Frank Caprio, will be named to the Providence School Board,

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NEW: Ocean State Action Says New Tea Party Group Stole Its Name

Progressive activist organization Ocean State Action is claiming the new Tea Party group stole its name.

 
 

NEW: RI AmeriCorps Programs Receive $2 Million In Federal Funding

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee has announced that the Corporation for National and Community Service has appropriated almost

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RI Traffic Deaths Spike As National Numbers Decline

Rhode Island had the second-highest increase in traffic fatalities in the country from 2008 to 2009. Find out what the

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Rhode Island Tea Party Breaks Up—New Group Forms

The Rhode Island Tea Party has broken up and a core group of volunteers has left to form their own organization—the Ocean

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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 local politics.

 
 

State May Seek Waiver From No Child Left Behind Act

Rhode Island is expected to be among the states applying for a federal waiver to seek relief from key provisions of the No

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NEW: Congressional Delegation Secures $800k In DOJ Grants

To keep Rhode Island’s children safe, Rhode Island’s congressional delegation announced $785,360 today in federal funds

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NEW: Kass Leaving RI Emergency Management Agency

RI Emergency Management Agency Public Information Officer Steve Kass is leaving his post Friday.

 

NEW: Newport Agrees To Spend Millions After Violating Clean Water Act

Newport will spend about $25 million to bring the city into compliance with the federal Clean Water Act, according to a

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Providence—The Most Bars, the Fewest DUIs

The City of Providence may have more bars than all the surrounding communities combined, but when it comes to DUI arrests,

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Ten Communities Facing Pension Disaster

More than ten cities and towns across the state will see the annual amount they have to contribute to the state pension

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NEW: State Police Dispute ACLU on Records

State Police Superintendent Col. Steven O’Donnell is defending new rules on the release of public records and disputing

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National Report: How Generous are Rhode Islanders With Their Time?

How generous are Rhode Islanders with their time? The latest report from the federal Corporation for National and

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