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PC Athletics gets high marks—Friar winter sports #1 among Big East schools...

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John Perilli: Peter Neronha, US Attorney & Rising Political Star?—He could be tough to beat...

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NEW: Langevin Calls For Focus On Jobs

Now that Washington lawmakers have reached an agreement on the debt ceiling, Congressman James Langevin is calling on

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Rich in RI - Wild Fluctuations

The number of the wealthiest earners in Rhode Island has greatly fluctuated over the past decade state tax data

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City: School Closures Save at Least $7.7 Million

The city administration yesterday defended the school closures after the former president of the school board suggested

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NEW: Providence Bans Smoking in Some Public Housing

The Tobacco-Free Providence campaign is beginning to pick up steam as the Providence Housing Authority (PHA) is set to

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NEW: DOT Announces Bridge Closure

The Nannaquaket Bridge in Tiverton is scheduled to be closed for one month for construction at the end of the summer.


War on Drugs Has ‘Catastrophic’ Impact on RI

Civic leaders are calling for Rhode Island to pull out of the war on drugs, saying the state is wasting millions of

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NEW: ACLU—Government Could Be Tracking You on Your Cell Phone

Local police could be tracking your every movement on a cell phone—without having obtained a warrant from a judge or

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Former School Official—Prov. Teacher Contract a ‘Blow’ to Ed Reform

The former president of the Providence School Board blasted the new contract with teachers yesterday, describing it as one

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NEW: Providence Teachers Union, City Strike Deal

The Providence Teachers Union and the city have struck a tentative collective bargaining agreement that saves a net $53

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Will Central Falls Bankruptcy Damage RI’s Brand?

Bankruptcy in Central Falls will further damage Rhode Island’s already poor reputation as one of the worst states to do

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NEW: Whitehouse—Debt Vote ‘Difficult and Unpleasant’

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has issued a statement on the debt vote, saying there was much he didn’t like about it, but

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BREAKING: Senate Approves Debt Deal

The U.S. Senate has just voted to approve a deal on raising the debt ceiling in exchange for $2.1 trillion in cuts to

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NEW: Rating Agency Reacts to Central Falls Bankruptcy

Moody's warns that bankruptcy could lower Central Falls' bond rating.


Central Falls Mayor—Don’t Blame Me for Bankruptcy

Central Falls Mayor Charles Moreau says his administration does not deserve any blame for sinking the city into bankruptcy

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