Welcome! Login | Register

Subscribe Now: Free Daily EBlast

 
 
 

Henry Cisneros to Speak at Latino Dollars for Scholars of RI Gala

Henry Cisneros

Henry Cisneros, former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Clinton Administration will deliver the keynote address at the Latino Dollars for...

The RI Communities with the Biggest Tax Increases

The communities with the biggest increases in their tax levies include those who have struggled financially like Central Falls, Woonsocket, and West Warwick as well...

slides: The Biggest + Smallest Local Taxes Increases in RI

Across the state, taxes are on the rise again in 2014.

Chafee Announces New Internship Partnership To Keep Students in RI

Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee, along with several Rhode Island community organizations, announced on Thursday a new partnership to establish internship opportunities with RI employers...

PODCAST: The RI Communities with the Biggest Tax Increases

The communities with the biggest increases in their tax levies include those who have struggled financially like Central Falls, Woonsocket, and West Warwick as well...

Resolution Worth Keeping: It’s Never Too Late to Earn Your Degree

As we ring in the New Year we make resolutions to better ourselves. According to statistics the top resolutions every year include a healthier diet,...

Housing Groups: Proposed Tax Changes Could Hurt Prov. Development

While the Providence City Council has begun addressing changes to granting tax stabilization agreements to developers, community housing groups are raising concerns that a proposed...

PODCAST: Housing Groups: Tax Changes Could Hurt Prov. Development

While the Providence City Council has begun addressing changes to granting tax stabilization agreements to developers, community housing groups are raising concerns that a proposed...

United Way Seeks Applications for Olneyville Community Fund Grants

United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has begun accepting grant applications for its Olneyville Community Fund. UWRI has invested more than $3 million in Olneyville since 2002.

Battle over Urban League of Rhode Island’s Future Heats Up

The Urban League of Rhode Island is looking to address $2.2 million in debt by selling its Prairie Avenue property -- and some are questioning the decision.

A former Urban League of Rhode Island board member, as well as a former employee, are raising questions about the finances -- and leadership --...

New: Block Files Criminal Complaint Against State Properties Comm.

Ken Block

GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken Block has announced he is filing a criminal complaint against the State Properties Committee -- as well as Director of Administration,...

NAACP President Jim Vincent to Receive “Living the Dream” Award

Jim Vincent, President of the NAACP's Providence branch, has been selected by the Rhode Island Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission as this year'...

PODCAST: Battle over Urban League of RI’s Future Heats Up

A former Urban League of Rhode Island board member, as well as a former employee, are raising questions about the finances -- and leadership --...

AG Kilmartin Warns Consumers to Read Fine Print on Gym Memberships

Getting fit is a common New Year's resolution for many, and that often includes joining a health club or gym. Attorney General Peter F....

The Most Charitable Communities in Rhode Island

Image Credit: Lift-Up of Routte County

The most charitable communities in Rhode Island are located in Providence, South Kingstown, and Newport, according to federal income tax data obtained from the Chronicle...

See the List: The Most + Least Charitable Communities

What communities give the most? Here is GoLocalProv’s ranking of the most and least generous communities in Rhode Island.

PODCAST: The Most Charitable Communities in Rhode Island

The most charitable communities in Rhode Island are located in Providence, South Kingstown, and Newport, according to federal income tax data obtained from the Chronicle...

RIPTA WInter Service Changes Go Into Effect January 18th

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will be making some winter service changes, effective Saturday, January 18, 2014.

NEW: Rappleye, Schiller Caught Speculating Politicians’ Sexuality

WJAR reporter Bill Rappleye and Brown Professor of Politics Wendy Schiller were picked up on live mic Thursday speculating about the sexual orientation of RI...

PODCAST: Alex + Ani CEO Buys Newport Mansion for $6.8M Cash

GoLocalProv has learned that Giovanni Feroce, CEO of Alex and Ani, is purchasing one of the most coveted Newport mansions for $6.8 million dollars in cash....

Next Page

X

Stay Connected — Free
Daily Email
 
:!