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ProCAP’s Frank Shea: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Frank Shea stepped into the controversial landscape of Providence's embattled ProCAP and is restoring order and confidence.

When Frank Shea was appointed acting executive director of the Providence Community Acton Program (ProCAP), in late 2011, the city’s best-known antipoverty organization was...

Homeless Advocate Jim Ryczek: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Moving an agenda forward on behalf of Rhode Island's homeless residents: RI Coalition for the Homeless Executive Director Jim Ryczek.

In a year when many cities tightened their laws against homeless members in their communities, Rhode Island passed a Homeless Bill of Rights in June...

Paula Hodges: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

Planned Parenthood Director Paula Hodges kept women's issues at the forefront during a contentious election year.

Planned Parenthood's new Public Policy & Advocacy Director Paula Hodges arrived in Rhode Island in December, 2011, and jumped straight into a high-profile position in...

City Year’s Jennie Johnson: 12 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2012

City Year's Jennie Johnson took student absenteeism on head-on in 2012.

A local leader working to address Providence's chronic absenteeism problem.

State Senator Calls on Bryant University to Pay its Fair Share

Retiring State Senator John Tassoni is calling on Bryant University to show the same commitment to the tow of Smithfield that nonprofit institutions have shown...

Report: RI Doles Out Most Generous Benefits in Country

Rhode Island “spreads the wealth” to its residents more than any other state in the country, according to a study recently released by...

Pawtucket Mayor Pushing More Transparency in 2013

Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien has announced that his administration is seeking letters of interest and availability from city residents who wish to serve on one...

NEW: Gas Prices Remain the Same

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island remained the same, according to AAA Southern New England.

Dan Lawlor: Ghosts of School Year’s Past

Dan Lawlor's Christmas wish is that Providence Public School students will experience less tumult, have more opportunities to grow, and know they are valued.

RI 1 of 5 States that Didn’t Improve Unemployment Rate in November

Rhode Island was one of only five states across the country that didn’t see its unemployment rate drop during the month of November,...

BREAKING: Gov Chafee to Appoint Eva-Marie Mancuso as Chair of RI Board of Education

Governor Lincoln Chafee today announced he would name attorney Eva-Marie Mancuso to the chair position of the newly created RI Board of Education. Chafee had...

State Report: RI’s Disastrous Unemployment Rate, Gun Safety & PC Ponies Up

This week’s State House Report centers on the recently released unemployment numbers for November. Not only did the Rhode Island’s unemployment...

Aaron Regunberg: Education’s False Proxy Trap

Aaron Regunberg says the tide needs to change on education's misguided testing obsession.

BREAKING: George Caruolo Will Not Head Up New State Education Board

George Caruolo will not serve as chairman of the newly created state board of education, the Governor’s office has announced.

Rhode Island Gears for Gay Marriage Battle in 2013

With the Rhode Island General Assembly set to reconvene in less than two weeks, same-sex marriage advocates say they are confident the issue will be...

NEW: State Rep. John McCauley Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison

Outgoing State Representative John McCauley was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to conspiracy to defraud the United States...

video: RI’s Own Miss Universe Olivia Culpo Advocates for Medical Marijuana

Oliva Culpo, RI native and newly crowned Miss Universe, spoke out on HuffPost Live Thursday in support of medical marijuana. 

Unions Protesting New Teacher Evaluation System

Thousands of Rhode Island teachers have signed an online petition calling for the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) to delay the implementation of the...

Julia Steiny: Do Not Succumb to Fear

Julia Steiny says we need not dwell obsessively on the remote possibility of armed madmen.

INVESTIGATION: State Agency Error Jeopardizing $183M in Bonds with IRS

A state agency has been accused of violating IRS rules that restrict the amount of money it can earn on $183 million in bonds it has...

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