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NEW: David Caprio Resigns as Democratic State Party Chairman—NEW: David Caprio Resigns as Democratic State Party…

Federal Hill Business Leaders Pledge to “Take Back” Their Community—Federal Hill Business Leaders Pledge to "Take Back"…

NEW: RI Housing Launches First Time Homeowner Tax Credit—NEW: RI Housing Launches First Time Homeowner Tax…

NEW: Block Chastises Dems for Insider Politics, “Rigging the Game”—NEW: Block Chastises Dems for Insider Politics, "Rigging…

Riley: RI Treasurer’s Race Part 4: Public Fund Summit 2014—Riley: RI Treasurer's Race Part 4: Public Fund…

NEW: 10 “Accurate” Rhode Island Stereotypes—NEW: 10 "Accurate" Rhode Island Stereotypes

10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes—July 29—Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Tom Sgouros: What Kind of Job is General Treasurer?—Guest MINDSETTER™ Tom Sgouros: What Kind of Job…

Training Camp Talk: Wendell’s Starting Job In Trouble?—Ryan Wendell has been Patriots' starting center for…

LISTEN: Top Ten RI General Assembly Races to Watch in 2014—Rhode Island primaries are now just six weeks…

 
 
 

NEW: Brown Cutting Athletic Admissions Beginning Next Year

Brown University plans to cut athletic admission slots beginning in 2012-2013. The plan would lower admission slots

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PODCAST: Chafee Pension Proposal More Severe than Caprio’s

Governor Chafee won last year's election with the overwhelming support of organized labor across the state, but the

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Pension Reform Breakdown: Plan Kills COLAs For 19 Years

The majority of cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) would likely be suspended for 19 years and state employees will be

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NEW: Governor and Treasurer Unveil Pension Reform

Today, Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo unveiled their long-awaited pension reform

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Unions May Go To War Over Municipal Pensions

A proposal that will put a dent in the combined $9 billion shortfall between the state and local pension systems will be

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PODCAST: Unions May Go To War Over Municipal Pensions

A proposal that will put a dent in the combined $9 billion shortfall between the state and local pension systems will be

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Esserman to be Named New Haven Police Chief

Former Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman will be named New Haven’s next Chief of Police, the New Haven Independent is

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RI’s Baby Bust: Poor Economy Forced Birth Rates to Decline

Rhode Island had the third-lowest birth rate (per thousand) in the nation in 2009, a statistic that coincides with a sharp

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NEW: Providence Submits Application for Mayoral Academy

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras in conjunction with Achievement First and Rhode Island Mayoral Academies has submitted an

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NEW: State Sen. Questions Legality of In-State Tuition Decision

Sen. James Sheehan  has written to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Rhode Island questioning the legality of a

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NEW: State Recieves Hospital Conversion Application From Landmark/Steward

The Office of Attorney General (RIAG) and the Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) announced that on Friday, October

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Tom Sgouros: Occupy Movement is on Right Track

Tom Sgouros went to the Occupy Providence rally Saturday and says the group is protesting all the right things.

 
 

NEW: Gas Price Up Slightly This Week

Gas prices are up one cent this week, marking the first price increase since September 12, according to AAA Southern New

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NEW: Occupy Providence to Organize Mass Account Closure at Bank of America

Day three of the Occupy Providence movement will include local activists flocking to Bank of America to close their

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