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NEW: Providence’s Al Forno Featured as a Best Pizza Spot in the US—Another accolade for Al Forno

John Perilli: Peter Neronha, US Attorney & Rising Political Star?—He could be tough to beat...

NEW: Kate Simons Joins Shawmut Design as New Project Manager—Will manage construction projects for state's top hospitals

Local Songwriter Parodies Gordon Fox and Calamari Legislation—Check out these political parodies for yourself

Michael Riley: Rhode Island’s Potential Pension Nightmare—Headed for disaster...

Rob Horowitz: The Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later—Celebrating a milestone...

Fund for Community Progress Honors GoLocalProv + Other RI Leaders—Recognizing outstanding contributions to the RI community

Organize + Energize: 7 Reasons to Hire a Professional Organizer—With a little help from your friends...

International String Trio to Perform at Pot au Feu in Providence—A fabulous evening of music, food and wine

RE/MAX Reports 1.3% Increase in Pending RI Home Sales for March—Increase in pending sales, but decrease in home…

 
 
 

Booze, Assault, and Fraud: RI Attorneys Behaving Badly

A GoLocalProv review of state court records shows that the number of attorney misconduct cases is on the rise.

From the

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Rhode Island’s ‘Blood War’

Two well-respected charities are at war over who gets to draw your blood.

 
 

NEW: Jewish Alliance Picks New CEO

The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island has recently appointed Jeffrey Savit as its new CEO and President.

 

20 Politicians Owe $800,000 in Election Fines

Twenty candidates for local and state office have racked up more than $800,000 in fines for filing campaign finances

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PODCAST: 20 Politicians Owe $800,000 in Election Fines

Twenty candidates for local and state office have racked up more than $800,000 in fines for filing campaign finances

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Auditor Questions Savings In Fire Contract

The Providence City Council Finance Committee continued to vet the tentative agreement between the city and the

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NEW: State Loans $5M to YMCA

The state has approved $5 million in tax-exempt bonds to the YMCA of Pawtucket, the Rhode Island Economic Development

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NEW: Grocery Store in Hot Water with Health Department

A South County food store has been put on probation after Health Department inspections turned up a slew of

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NEW: Worries over RIPTA Route Cutback in Northern RI

Local state senators and representatives will host a public hearing regarding RIPTA’s plan to reduce frequency of Route 9

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Providence Spends Millions On Workers’ Comp Payouts

Nearly a quarter of the 54 Providence city employees currently receiving workers’ compensation have been doing so for at

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PODCAST: Lengthy Workers’ Comp Payments Hurt City

Workers' compensation in Providence has come under scrutiny after GoLocalProv learned that 13 city workers have been

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Panel Will Set New Rules For Criminal Interrogations

A new task force will be created to determine when criminal interrogations should be recorded electronically, according to

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New Study: RI’s Suburban Schools Trail Nation In Advanced Programs

A new analysis of the nation’s schools found that Rhode Island falls below the national average for offering high-level

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City Doles Out Pay Raises To Select Employees

The city of Providence dished out over $35,000 in raises to several city employees –including three director-level

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