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Providence Hit with $1.3M in Unpaid Police Details

Providence is owed $1.3 million in past due payments for police details by businesses and other institutions, at a time when the city is facing a...

NEW: Edwards, Felag, DiPalma Fighting Sakonnet River Bridge Tolls

As Rhode Island looks to increase the revenue it collects on its roads and bridges, one of the most hotly-contested ideas involves adding a toll...

NEW: McLaughlin Wants to Settle CF Council/State Receiver Feud

It’s no secret that the city councilors of Central Falls and the state-appointed receiver charged with bringing the city back from the brink...

WEATHER UPDATE: Arctic Cold May Save Us From Approaching Storm

It’s hard to believe but this brutal cold we’ve had the past few days has its benefits…that is if...

Aaron Regunberg: The Loss of an Incredible Soul

The suicide of Aaron Swartz has led some to call for changes in the way prosecutors approach suspected criminals.

Two weeks ago today, progressive champion and internet visionary Aaron Swartz took his own life. At the age of 26, Aaron had already accomplished more than...

Rhode Island Dropout Rate on the Rise

Despite the efforts of the Rhode Island Department of Education, high school students in the Ocean State continue to drop out of school far more...

NEW: House of Representatives Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Rhode Island is halfway through the process of becoming the latest state in the country, and the final one in New England, to legalize same-sex...

NEW: RI Catholic Conference Issues Statement Following House Vote

The Rhode Island Catholic Conference has responded to today’s vote by the House of Representatives to pass Rep. Arthur Handy’s same-sex...

Rhode Island’s Most Dangerous Intersections: Experts React

GoLocal analyzed data on Rhode Island's high crash intersections and interchanges from the 5 percent report each state submits to the Federal Highway Administration's...

NEW: Chafee, Roberts Applaud House Vote

Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee and Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Roberts have both issued statements supporting today’s decision by the House of Representatives to...

NEW: Despite National Decline, RI Sees Increased Union Membership

The number of American workers who belong to a labor union has dropped to a record low nationwide but in Rhode Island as the opposite...

NEW: Reed Receives Navy’s Highest Civilian Honor

U.S. Senator Reed (left)  accepts the Navy's Distinguished Public Service Award from  Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus.

U.S. Senator Jack Reed received a very prestigious honor today as, during a ceremony in Washington, the Rhode Island Congressman was bestowed with the...

NEW: Deloitte Awarded $105m Contract to Create New Healthcare System

Governor Lincoln Chafee announced today that in an effort to modernize the way the state administers Medicaid and other human service programs, and in an...

NEW: Central Falls’ Mayor Unveils Plan to Tackle Corruption

Central Falls’ new Mayor is wasting little time tackling a problem he says has cost his city dearly: corruption. Following through on a campaign...

NEW: Providence Housing Authority Named a “High Performer”

The Providence Housing Authority (PHA) has received a bit of good news today as the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) designated the local...

Julia Steiny: Michelle Rhee Throws Gas on Ed Reform Hostilities

The ever-controversial Michelle Rhee and her organization Students First have issued a State Policy Report Card, grading states' reform policies. Almost all the states got...

RI Dropout Rate On Rise

Despite the efforts of the Rhode Island Department of Education, high school students in the Ocean State continue to drop out of school far more...

Most Dangerous Intersections in New England

The average driver travels over 13,000 miles each year, and from the mountain roads of northern New England to the congested I-95 corridor through the region'...

slides: 60 Most Dangerous Intersections in New England

The 60 most dangerous intersections in New England generated nearly 5,000 accidents, resulting in 13 deaths and more than 1,500 injuries over the last 3 years for which data is...

slides: 10 Most Dangerous Intersections in Rhode Island

In GoLocal's first-ever ranking of the Most Dangerous Intersections in New England, Rhode Island claimed 8 of the 10 most dangerous spots on the road. Six...

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