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Stiffer Penalties For Hit & Run Drivers, Good Samaritan Law Expansion: This Week at the State House—Performance based funding for public colleges, stiffer penalties…

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RI Beauty Expert: Chic Styling – Getting White Right—Summer’s unofficial opening day is upon us. If…

Matt Fecteau: Let’s Talk About Online Voting—The United States should discuss, and debate whether…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory—The most enduring sense is smell. We are…

RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in Country—RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in…

Most Traveled, Deficient Bridges in RI - See The List—The American Road and Transportation Builders Association recently…

Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - May 22, 2015—Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who…

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

 
 
 

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...

NEW: State to Receive $230 Million from Google

Several state law enforcement agencies will receive $230 million from the $500 million forfeited last year by Google Inc. after investigators found the search engine giant allowed...

NEW: RISC Opposes Woonsocket Tax Hike

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition (RISC) has offered its support for Woonsocket taxpayers who are opposed to a 13.8 percent supplemental tax hike on property taxes...

NEW: Gemma Attempting to Staff Up Ahead of Campaign Announcement

Anthony Gemma hasn’t officially announced his intention to challenge Congressman David Cicilline in a Democratic primary, but it appears the pro-life businessman is...

NEW: Gas Prices Up 2 Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up two cents this week, the third consecutive week of increases, according to AAA Southern New England.

PowerPlayer: NEA Government Relations Director Patrick Crowley

This week’s PowerPlayer is National Education Association Government Relations Director Patrick Crowley. Mr. Crowley was kind enough to chat with GoLocalProv about public...

State House Report: E-Verify, Legalizing Pot & Millions in Bond Money

Want to know everything that took place this week on Smith Hill? GoLocalProv has the complete breakdown

Dan Lawlor: Why Can’t We Be More Like New Hampshire?

Dan Lawlor explains what Rhode Island could learn from one of its neighbors to the north.

Campaign Finance Deadline: 5 Reports to Watch

It may still be too early for Rhode Islanders to begin paying close attention to election season politics, but today is the first quarter campaign...

NEW: Changes Coming to State Teacher Evaluation System

Changes are coming to the state's teacher evaluation system, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) confirmed today.

NEW: Councilman Nearly Resigned Over Prov. Redistricting Process

The “backroom deals” throughout the capital city’s controversial redistricting process nearly led Ward 6 Councilman Michael Correia to resign, but the freshman...

NEW: Mega Millions Jackpot Up to $640 Million

Due to high sales, the Mega Millions® jackpot increased to $640 million dollars for Friday night's drawing. This is the largest Mega Millions®...

NEW: City’s Planning Director Resigns

Thomas Deller, the city's Director of Planning and Development, has resigned, multiple sources tell GoLocalProv.

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