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RI Department of Health Releases Ebola Update—The Rhode Island Department of Health has releases…

Obama Reschedules Rhode Island Visit—Barack Obama has rescheduled his visit to Rhode…

NEW: Cianci Responds to Mail Ballot Tampering Accusations—Independent candidate for Mayor Vincent Cianci has released…

Rome Packing Co., Inc. Recalls Crab Meat—Rome Packing Co., Inc. has issued a voluntary…

Herb Weiss: Mistaken Identity Can Be Hazardous to Your Business—Eastside customers of The Camera Werks, a long-time…

10 Dishes That Show Providence’s Love of Bacon—Early man would be nothing without the invention…

5 Live Music Musts - October 24, 2014—“5 Live Music Musts” features rock and roll,…

Tom Finneran: I’m Joe Citizen and I Disapprove These Messages—We’re less than two weeks away from Election…

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Lawlor: Time to Support Gay Marriage

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Lawlor argues that now is the time to bring same-sex marriage to Rhode Island.

NEW: Gas Prices Down Five Cents

Gas prices in Rhode Island fell five cents this week, continuing a recent downward trend, according to AAA Southern New England.

PODCAST: EXCLUSIVE: Providence Budget Still Faces Crushing Deficit

Nearly halfway into the fiscal year, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has yet to achieve his goal of balancing the city budget, new data uncovered by...

Obesity Taxes in the U.S.: Will RI Follow Suit?

A new Tax Foundation study finds that while enacting "obesity taxes" will have little impact on obesity rates and health outcomes

BREAKING: McKay Resigns As GOP Chair

GoLocalProv has learned Ken McKay has resigned as the chairman of the Rhode Island GOP.

Warwick Facing Pension Meltdown

A GoLocalProv review shows Warwick is facing a pension disaster if significant reforms aren't made.

NEW: Cicilline Praises “Small Business Saturday”

As Americans prepare for the busiest days of the holiday shopping season, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) today encouraged Rhode Islanders to support the...

BREAKING: Acting ProCAP Director Fires COO

Less than 48 hours after being appointed interim Executive Director of the Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP), Frank Shea has terminated the organization’s Chief...

PACs & Political Parties Owe Tens of Thousands

Nearly three dozen Political Action Committees (PACs) and groups representing political parties owe the state more than $40,000 in campaign finances fines, a GoLocalProv review shows.

NEW: Senator Reed Touts “Small Business Saturday”

In an effort to help boost Rhode Island’s economy, U.S. Senator Jack Reed is urging consumers to shop at their favorite local,...

Executive Director Suspended: What Next in ProCAP Scandal?

In an emergency meeting held Wednesday evening, the board of directors for the Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) voted to suspend the organization’s...

Julia Steiny: Children Learn Social Skills at Thanksgiving

Julia Steiny shares a personal tale on what she has learned from family Thanksgiving dinners over the years.

Doherty Rips Cicilline for “Threatening” Defense Jobs

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty on Wednesday called on Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation to set an example for fellow Washington insiders by putting...

NEW: ACLU Says Civil Union Law Still a “Fiasco”

Following up on a detailed report it issued two months ago, the Rhode Island ACLU said today that the latest statistics show that Rhode Island...

NEW: Major Unions Reach Agreements in Central Falls

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and Central Falls Receiver Robert G. Flanders, Jr. today announced that the Central Falls police, fire, and municipal employees unions have...

RI Groups Have Spent Over $2.2 million on Washington Lobbyists in 2011

Rhode Island corporations, cities and towns, colleges and universities and non-profit organizations have spent more than $2.2 million this year on lobbyists in the nation&rsquo...

RI-Based For-Profit College Falsified Employment Rates

A Cranston-based for-profit college was inflating its graduate employment rate by more than 20 percentage points, new figures show.

Don Roach: Vote Republican in 2012

Will Rhode Islanders finally give Republicans the opportunity to right the state’s ship? Don Roach says he's confident they will do a...

NEW: RI to Receive $900k from Federal Lawsuit

Rhode Island will recieve nearly $1 million from a group that marketed a drug for uses not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration ...

NEW: Final Redistricting Hearings Set

The Special Commission on Reapportionment has scheduled a final round of hearings as it works to establish new district lines for the Rhode Island House...

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