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National Education Reformer Comes to Town; Calls Education a National Disaster

Calling the nation’s education system a national disaster that will undermine the success of the country, Harlem

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What Do Rhode Island’s Top Cops Make?

Police Chiefs in cities and towns across Rhode Island will average just under $88,000 in salary in 2011 with five

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NEW: State Applies for $74.5 Million Grant for Health Exchange

The State of Rhode Island has applied for a grant totaling $74.5 million to fund the development, design, and technology

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NEW: ACLU Calls for Fairer Car Value System

The Rhode Island ACLU is calling for a new formula to assess “presumptive value” of automobiles.


Redistricting Begins This Week: What to Watch for

The first public hearings held by the new redistricting committee will take place this evening at Warwick City Hall, with

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NEW: Gas Prices Down Again

The downward spiral of gasoline prices in Rhode Island continues, according to AAA Southern New England.


NEW: Senate Committee To Discuss Emergency Response to Irene Again

The Senate Committee on Housing and Municipal Government will meet for a third time to discuss “Lessons Learned Regarding

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Tom Sgouros: What Occupy Wall Street Is All About

Tom Sgouros argues that the Occupy Movement protesters have already succeeded in a big way.


PowerPlayer: Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce President Laurie White

GoLocalProv’s latest PowerPlayer is Laurie White, President of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce. Ms. White was

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How Educated Are RI’s Lawmakers?

Seventy-three percent of Rhode Island state legislators have a bachelor’s degree or higher, according to a recent poll by

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Patrick Nee: Against Wall Street and Big Corporate Influence? Join The Tea Party

While the Occupy Movement protesters themselves find it challenging to stay on message, Patrick Nee attempts to dissect

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NEW: Voter Deadline Saturday In Four Towns

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding residents of four Rhode Island communities with November elections that

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NEW: RIDE Releases Refreshed List of Failing Schools

The R.I. Department of Education (RIDE) today identified five schools in Providence and two in Pawtucket as among the

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PODCAST: Top Paid City Workers in Warwick and Cranston

They are Rhode Island’s second and third largest cities behind Providence, and a review of the salaries paid to top

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