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Siedle: FBI & SEC Should Investigate Raimondo & Magaziner’s Billion-Plus Losing Hedge Fund Gamble—Siedle: FBI & SEC Should Investigate Raimondo &…

2016 Rhody Award Winners Announced - See the Winners—2016 Rhody Award Winners Announced - See the…

Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay Music Director—NEW: Sen. Nesselbush Disappointed by Firing of Gay…

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RI’s Welch Goes Undefeated, Team USA Wins 2016 Junior Ryder Cup—RI's Welch Goes Undefeated, Team USA Wins 2016…

ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy Body Cameras—ACLU Calls for Answers Before Providence Police Deploy…

PC Hockey Picked to Finish 5th in Hockey East Preseason Coaches Poll—PC Hockey Picked to Finish 5th in Hockey…

Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won, Who Lost—Trump vs. Clinton: RI Experts on Who Won,…

Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate—Horowitz: Clinton Soundly Defeats Trump in First Debate

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NEW: Providence Man Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges

A Providence may faces between 15-30 years in federal prison following a guilty plea today that he participated in the production of child pornography in...

Dan Lawlor: Rhode Island Decadence/Build for the Future

So much was built up in the early 1990s - so much that laid the foundation for what is right in the city now. From...

RI PowerPlayer: Jamie Scurry

Every Monday, GoLocalProv.com shines the spotlight on someone who is making an impact on Rhode Island. This week, we sat down with Jamie Scurry....

RI State Report: No More Free Healthcare for Lawmakers?

This week’s State Report centers on three new bills from the General Assembly involving government transparency; health insurance benefits for lawmakers and employment...

RI Reps Poised to Fight Food Stamp Fraud

  At a time when many Rhode Island residents are still struggling to find work in a state with one of the nation’s...

Providence Faces $11M Deficit

Providence is facing a potential $11.2 million deficit, undermining claims by Mayor Angel Taveras that the city is running on a balanced budget and raising renewed...

Poll: Most Rhode Islanders Support Ban on Assault Weapons

A day after Public Policy Polling (PPP) released a poll that showed where Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee stood among potential opponents in the 2014 governor...

NEW: RI Ranked 7th Most Liberal State in America

A quick look at the makeup of the General Assembly will tell you Rhode Island is a fairly liberal state but did you know that...

Could ‘Right to Work’ Gain Traction in RI Senate?

Right to Work is a controversial topic that has recently become a popular talking point in many states around the country as school districts look...

NEW: RI Will Receive $450K from Lender Processing Services Settlement

The State of Rhode Island stands to make just under $450,000 as part of a multi-state settlement reached this week with Lender Processing Services (LPS) and...

REPORT: Rhode Island Government’s Transparency “Lagging”

How open should a government be with its citizens? It’s a question that touches on a number of philosophical issues, not the least...

Rhode Island a Prime Example of Split on Immigration Reform

As the nation switches its focus this week from debating about gun control and what policies the Obama administration should take in the wake of...

NEW: Providence City Council to Tackle Nightclub Problems

In an effort to improve safety in and around nightclubs in downtown Providence, the Providence City Council will submit a number of proposals for review...

SLIDES: State of the City Winners & Losers

With the eyes of a city and state watching, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras delivered an optimistic yet still cautious State of the City address last...

NEW: RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity Offers Set of ‘Win-Wins’ For RI

Tired of what they say are a lack of “bold new policy reforms” to grow Rhode Island’s economy, the RI Center...

LISTEN: RI Split on Immigration Reform

As the nation switches its focus this week from debating about gun control and what policies the Obama administration should take in the wake of...

Julia Steiny: Legislators, Stop Ruining Four Months of School

Last year on March 1, the town of Woonsocket RI, laid off all its public school teachers, spreading considerable misery around town. The year before that,...

Gordon Fox Denies Conflict of Interest in Zoning Board Request

Gordon Fox believes his role as an attorney and his role as Speaker of the House aren't in conflict in his representation of Kartabar Restaurant.

As Speaker of the House of Representatives, Gordon Fox is one of the most powerful and influential political figures in Rhode Island. In his day...

NEW: Former RI Secretary of State Barbara Leonard Dies At 88

Former RI Secretary of State Barbara Leonard died on January 24, 2013, at the age of 88.

Barbara M. Leonard, former RI Secretary of State, prominent business woman, philanthropist, civic leader, wife and mother, died peacefully Thursday, January 24.  She...

NEW: Langevin Trying to Reverse Decision on Exeter Job Corps

The Exeter Job Corps Center has been heralded as one of the country’s best and, in the past few years, it has consistently...

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