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“The Sunday Political Brunch”—September 25, 2016—“The Sunday Political Brunch” -- September 25, 2016

ABC6’s “In the Arena” - Paolino, Rickman, Violet, Rice and Winthrop—ABC6's "In the Arena" - Paolino, Rickman, Violet,…

The Best Places for Leaf Peeping Around New England—The Best Places for Leaf Peeping Around New…

Brown Falls to Harvard 32-22 at Brown Stadium—Brown Falls to Harvard 32-22 at Brown Stadium

Fit For Life: Wasting Wishes on What Could Have Been?—Fit For Life: Wasting Wishes on What Could…

GoLocalTV: Raimondo Won’t Direct State Police on 38 Studios—GoLocalTV: Raimondo Won't Direct State Police on 38…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: The Fall Equinox—Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: The Fall Equinox

Fecteau: Clinton’s Millennial Mess—Fecteau: Clinton's Millennial Mess

Ziggy Marley Delivers at Alex and Ani Center!—Ziggy Marley Delivers at Alex and Ani Center!

RI Single Family Home Sales Rise 14.5% in August—RI Single Family Home Sales Rise 14.5% in…

 
 
 

NEW: T.F. Greene, RIPTA Cancelling Service in Anticipation of Storm

Flights for this afternoon and tomorrow have already been cancelled at T.F. Green Airport.

Commuters may find they have no choice but to wait out today’s snowstorm from home as T.F. Greene, RIPTA and Amtrak have...

NEW: An Updated List of Today’s Cancellations

As the snow starts to fall, here's the latest list on closing courtesy of the Rhode Island Broadcaster's Association:

Aaron Regunberg: Don’t Kill the Postal Service

Photo: David Guo's Master/Flikr. The announcement this week that the US Postal Service intends to cut Saturday delivery has been met with much debate and discussion in Congress.

On Wednesday, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe announced that beginning in August of this year, United States Postal Service letter delivery will drop to five days...

INVESTIGATION: Universities Win Big in Tax Agreements

The voluntary tax agreements Providence has struck with four colleges will pour an additional $44.5 million into city coffers over the next two decades, but those...

NEW: Brown University to Cancel Classes Friday Due to Blizzard

Brown University has just announced that all classes for Friday, February 8, have been cancelled due to the impending blizzard in Rhode Island

PM WEATHER UPDATE: RI’s Blizzard Watch Upgraded to Warning

The National Weather Service has upgraded the Blizzard Watch to a Blizzard Warning for most all of Southern New England. A Blizzard Warning means that...

UPDATE: The Latest Storm Closings/Postponements in RI

The list of cancellations and postponements in anticipation of tomorrow’s blizzard continues to grow with each passing hour. The following is a list...

NEW: Winter Storm Forcing School Closures, Postponements in RI

Tomorrow’s winter storm is already beginning to wreck havoc on schedules and planning for most of Rhode Island. The following is a list...

AM WEATHER UPDATE: Blizzard Watch Expands—Hitting RI Friday AM

Friday's big blizzard is getting bigger, and is on track to hit Rhode Island with up to two feet of snow starting Friday morning,...

Gist Says State Working to Lower Special Education Costs

The cost for special education services in Rhode Island has been debated for years and have forced many school districts to ask for state assistance.

When State Representative Dennis Canario introduced a bill last week that called for a cap on the percentage by which private educational service providers such...

NEW: Providence Receives a “D+” for Spending Transparency

A report issued today by the Rhode Island Public Interest Research Group says Providence only earns a 'D+' for its transparency.

Two days after revealing that Rhode Island loses $229 million each year to offshore tax loopholes, the Rhode Island Public Interest Research Group (RIPIRG) has struck...

Julia Steiny: Fifth-Graders Having a Blast with Algebra

I was forewarned, but still, it was a lovely surprise to spend a solid hour with a class of students constantly popping off with "I...

Tax Dodging Costs RI $229 Million Annually

A report issued this week by the Rhode Island Public Interest Research Group says the state is losing hundreds of millions of dollars annually because of offshore tax loopholes.

Nearly every city and town in Rhode Island continues to struggle with the effects of the state’s economic downturn and, at a time...

PM WEATHER UPDATE: Blizzard Watch For RI, 1-2 Feet of Snow

Get ready! The latest data on Friday's storm looks like it will dump between 1-2 feet of the white stuff on Rhode Island.

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Watch for Rhode Island from Friday morning through Saturday afternoon. According to the NWS, the "potential historic...

NEW: Bill Would Legalize Marijuana in Rhode Island

Five State Reps have introduced legislation to decriminalize possession of marijuana in Rhode Island.

Citing a report published in the American Journal of Public Health that said seven decades of arresting marijuana users has “failed to prevent marijuana...

NEW: RIEMA Director Stepping Down

The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) has announced that Executive Director Theresa C. Murray has just stepped down. Murray cited eldercare commitments and a...

NEW: RI Will Get $3.2 Million for Sandy Recovery

In an effort to help local communities recover from the effects of Superstorm Sandy, the federal government will soon provide Rhode Island will over $3.2 million...

NEW: National Grid Offers Energy Assistance To Rhode Islanders

National Grid has programs to help Rhode Islanders afford heating costs throughout the winter.

With winter in full swing, National Grid's Rhode Island customers may qualify for Federal Heating Assistance and discounted low-income rates. National Grid is currently...

WEATHER UDPATE: Major Winter Storm On The Way For Friday

Weather alert! Today is the 35th Anniversary of the Blizzard of ’78 and while nothing is etched in stone just yet, the potential does exist...

Future of Union Negotiations May Rest in N. Kingstown Legal Battle

An ongoing battle between the town of North Kingstown and its firefighters union appears headed to the State Supreme Court and the decision will likely have a long-term effect on the way municipalities negotiate with their labor unions.

At a time when local communities are crying foul over ever-tightening budgets, unfunded state mandates and a lack of power to raise tax levies more...

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