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Guest MINDSETTER™ Luis Vargas: Rhode Island Families Deserve a Choice—I doubt many if any of you know…

Friday Financial Five – May 22, 2015—Instead of taking Social Security benefits as early…

NEW: Providence’s Custom House Tavern Set to Reopen—Construction plans have the Custom House Tavern slated…

Roger Williams Park Carousel Village to Host Food Truck Friday—Roger Williams Park’s Carousel Village to host food…

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Narragansett Bay Commission to Hold Watershed Conference at Goddard Park—Goodard Park to host wrap-up environmental education conference…

 
 
 

NEW: Senate Approves Table Game Vote for Newport Grand

Blackjack, poker and roulette are all one step closer to being allowed in Newport after the State Senate approved legislation that will ask voters to...

Julia Steiny: A Charter School That Educates ALL Kids

Julia Steiny offers praise for the Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy.

NEW: DEM Awards Millions in Grant Money

The Department of Environmental Management Wednesday announced the awarding of $4.2 million in open space recreational development matching grants for 35 projects in 23 communities across the state.

BREAKING: City Loses Out on $1.6 Million, Memo Reveals

Providence’s $22 million deficit may be on the rise after the capital city missed out on a $1.6 million federal reimbursement, according to a memo...

Embattled Providence Housing Director Tells His Side of the Story

Hours before board members unanimously voted to place him on administrative leave, the longtime executive director of the Providence Housing Authority (PHA) spoke out for...

NEW: Loughlin No Longer With Hinckley Campaign

John Loughlin is out as the executive director of Senate candidate Barry Hinckley’s campaign, according to multiple media outlets.

NEW: Doherty to Return $1,000 Contribution to Sen. Ciccone

Republican Senate candidate Brendan Doherty will return the $1,000 Senator Frank Ciccone contributed to his campaign, the Doherty campaign announced today.

NEW: Kilmartin Throws Support Behind Citizens United Amendment

Citing concerns about unlimited contributions by corporations for political advertising, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin joined fellow attorneys general in submitting a formal letter to Congress...

NEW: Cicilline Joins President Obama for Signing of STOCK Act

With the House of Representatives on a two-week recess, Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) returned to Washington, D.C. today as part of a bipartisan group...

Dan Lawlor: Providence is Still a Place to be Proud of

Dan Lawlor says Providence may be down, but it's too soon to count it out.

NEW: Former RIGOP Executive Director Launches Consulting Firm

Patrick Sweeney, the former executive director of the Rhode Island Republican Party, has opened up a political consulting firm.

NEW: Housing Authority Director Says He May Resign Tonight

Despite denying all claims made against him, the Providence Housing Authority director accused of sexual harassment and mismanagement of federal funds says he is considering...

NEW: Red Flag Fire Warning for All of Rhode Island

The National Weather Service says it has upgraded yesterday’s Fire Watch Warning to a Red Flag Warning for all of Rhode Island.

NEW: Sen. Reed Hopes to Block Interest Rate Hikes on College Loans

In an effort to keep student loan interest rates low and help families pay for rising college costs, U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today...

Chafee Talks Reforms With Leaders From Struggling Cities and Towns

Municipal leaders say they plan to lobby their local General Assembly delegations to support Governor Chafee’s sweeping municipal relief package that would allow...

NEW: $4.2M in Recreational Development Awards to be Announced

Governor Lincoln Chafee and Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit on Wednesday will award $4.2 million in recreational development and acquisition matching grants for 35 projects...

NEW: City Severs Ties With $395/Hour Advisor Robert Flanders

The city of Providence has terminated its agreement with former Supreme Court judge Robert Flanders, GoLocalProv has learned.

VIDEO: State to Receive $230 Million from Google

KIDS COUNT Report: State’s Poorest Cities Threaten Children’s Well-Being

Two-thirds of the state’s 37,925 children living below the poverty line come from just four cities, according to a new Factbook released today by...

NEW: RIPEC Report Finds Bankruptcy Might Not Solve Cash-Strapped Cities’ Problems

Bankruptcy may not be the answer for the state's struggling municipalities, according to a new report released today by solve the Rhode Island Public...

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