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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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PowerPlayer: Marriage Equality RI’s Ray Sullivan

GoLocalProv’s latest PowerPlayer has been involved with Rhode Island politics from every angle; as a reporter, a State

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39 Cities and Towns: Who Rakes in the Most Tax Dollars?

Rhode Island residents will pay more in taxes for fewer services in 2012, with cities and towns across the state expecting

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Verizon Workers Support Local Occupy Movement

Fresh off returning to work following a two-week strike in August, Verizon employees say they plan to join the Occupy

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poll: Should Occupy Providence be allowed to protest without a permit?

Recently, the Boston police arrested 100 Occupy Boston protesters after they created an encampment in Dewey Square.

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RI Homeless: Not Enough Beds This Year

Rhode Island’s swelling homeless population will again struggle to find shelter this winter, according to advocates who

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Is Rhode Island Failing its Children?

Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the country, but it faces big challenges when statistically compared to its New

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PODCAST: Is Rhode Island Failing its Children?

Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the country, but it faces big challenges when statistically compared to its New

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NEW: $230 Million in Unclaimed Property in RI

The Rhode Island Treasury’s Unclaimed Property division has partnered with MissingMoney.com in order to streamline the

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