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Is Providence Ready to Handle Toxic Algae in Drinking Water?

The water ban in Toledo, Ohio may be over, but the concerns over cyanobacteria – the blue green algae that took over Lake Erie, where...

NEW: Johnston Recycling Center Evacuated After Smoke Emergency

The Materials Recycling Facility in Johnston was evacuated and shut down Wednesday due to what is being described as a preventable smoke emergency.

LISTEN: New Questions Surface in Solomon Ethics Filings

Revelations stemming from GoLocal's investigation into Providence City Council President and mayoral candidate Michael Solomon's ethics filings have raised new questions about the...

Solomon Failed to Report PEDP’s Conrad Building Loan in Ethics Filings

Michael Solomon

State Ethics Commission filings by City Council President Michael Solomon show the Providence Mayoral candidate failed to report the correct information

LISTEN: Solomon Failed to Report PEDP’s Conrad Building Loan in Ethics Filings

State Ethics Commission filings by City Council President Michael Solomon show the Providence Mayoral candidate failed to report the correct information for his Conrad building...

slides: Rhode Island Ranked #31 for Best School System by WalletHub

Rhode Island has been ranked as the 31st best state in the nation in regards to its school systems, according to a new study by...

Is Smiley Banking on Outside Spending in Providence Mayoral Race?

Brett Smiley has called for a stronger People's Pledge than his Democratic opponents both took.  What's next?

Will Brett Smiley disavow outside spending in the Providence mayoral race? The battle between the Democratic candidates heated up last week when Michael Solomon and...

RIPTA Riders Alliance to Host Press Conference on Revamp of Kennedy Plaza

The RIPTA Riders Alliance will host a press conference on August 5 to discuss the revamping of Kennedy Plaza that has reduced bus facilities in the...

slides: Common Cause Scorecard: How Did Each Senator Do?

Common Cause recently released it's biennial Legislative Scorecard, and the organization expressed frustration with the lack of major government reform in Rhode Island.

slides: Common Cause Scorecard: How Did Each House Representative Do?

Rep. Michael J. Marcello

Common Cause recently released it's biennial Legislative Scorecard, and the organization expressed frustration with the lack of major government reform in Rhode Island.

Hodgson Refuses to Call Out Kilmartin on RI Beach Contract Controversy

Dawson Hodgson

Rhode Island State Senator and Republican candidate for Attorney General Dawson Hodgson has so far remained quiet regarding the Rhode Island State Police investigation into...

Ebola Outbreak: How Prepared is Rhode Island?

Could Rhode Island handle an Ebola outbreak if one were to occur in the Ocean State's borders? 

Are RI Hospitals Ready for an Ebola Outbreak?

While Ebola hasn’t made its way onto United States soil as of yet, nationwide concern is rising as to whether or not local...

slides: The History of Disease Outbreaks in New England

With the Ebola epidemic dominating international news, GoLocal takes a look at some of the biggest outbreaks of infectious diseases in New England in history....

GoLocal Goes 1-on-1 With Marrocco: He Slams Cianci and Solomon

Marrocco (seated, right) at Wednesday's hearing

"I have a sick analogy," Gianfranco Marrocco said of former close friend and two-time Providence Mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci. "I say putting him back...

LISTEN: Ebola Outbreak: How Prepared is Rhode Island?

Could Rhode Island handle an Ebola outbreak if one were to occur in the Ocean State's borders?

INVESTIGATION: Convicted Sex Offender Lives Near Home for Battered Women

A home for battered women in Woonsocket is located just a few doors down the street from a convicted sex offender who molested a teenage...

slides: Sojourner House Safety and Financial Issues - See the Breakdown

A shelter and home for abused women in Woonsocket are located near a number of sex offenders.

McKee Criticizes Campaign Finance Laws for Creating “Uneven Playing Field”

Cumberland Mayor and Lt. Governor candidate Daniel McKee.

Cumberland Mayor and Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Daniel McKee has blasted Rhode Island campaign finance law for creating an "unequal playing field" by stipulating...

LISTEN: Investigation: Convicted Sex Offender Lives Near Home for Battered Women

A home for battered women in Woonsocket is located just a few doors down the street from a convicted sex offender who molested a teenage...

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