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$400 Million in New Taxes May Come to RI

The U.S. Senate Thursday failed to extend a social security payroll tax cut which expires at the end of the month, a move that...

PODCAST: Providence Pothole Claims: $150k Over 3 Years

If you thought the streets of Providence were especially ravaged by potholes in 2011, the evidence wasn’t just anecdotal.

Aaron Regunberg: Achievement First has Little Support in Providence

Many believe Mayoral Academy critics consist only of union officials, but Aaron Regunberg says the opposition is march larger.

NEW: Union Vice President to Plead Guilty to Federal Fraud and Tax Charges

According to documents filed today in the U.S. District Court in Providence, R.I., Kenneth Aurecchia, 63, of Johnston, R.I., a regional vice president...

Alleged Scam Artist’s Campaign Cash Has Not Been Returned

Local elected officials who received thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from the Cranston attorney and estate planner accused of coordinating a $25 million insurance scheme...

NEW: Ocean State Action Blasts Right to Life Law

Ocean State Action executive director Kate Brock is criticizing the Rhode Island Right to Life lawsuit challenging the Health Benefits Exchange.

NEW: Report Finds RI Spending Flat in Recent Years

A new report shows Rhode Island's year-over-year spending was flat while US expenditures increased in recent years.

NEW: Loughlin Campaign Holding Support the Troops Event Saturday

The John Loughlin campaign will hold an event to support the troops in Afghanistan on Saturday, spokesman Michael Napolitano has announced

NEW: Tassoni to Re-Introduce Bill to Allow Ads on School Buses

Prompted by reports that Cranston officials are talking about selling advertising space on school buses, Sen. John J. Tassoni Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Smithfield, North Smithfield) said...

NEW: Cicilline Urges Extension of Unemployment Benefits

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) is urging the House and Senate to pass the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011 (H.R. 3346) of which...

Julia Steiny: Babying Children Breeds Wusses and Low Proficiency

Julia Steiny argues that rhe fear of liability is not keeping the kids safe at all, but making them stupid with lack of everyday, knockabout...

Donna Perry: The Tragedy of Lost Young Lives

Donna Perry says the two murders last weekend represent a sad mosaic of young urban lives that all too often lack the direction and most...

PODCAST: Alleged Scam Artist’s Campaign Cash Has Not Been Returned

Local elected officials who received thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from the Cranston attorney and estate planner accused of coordinating a $25 million insurance scheme...

Meet the GoLocalTV Team

When GoLocalTV goes live this afternoon, it will be captained by two young, ambitious reporters with a keen sense of the pace and attack of...

NEW: Gov. Chafee Wants Pot Reclassiifed as Schedule II Drug

Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee and Washington Governor Chris Gregoire today announced that they have filed a petition with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration...

Banks Cash in on Foreclosures in Providence

Find out how banks cashed in on foreclosures, thanks to a major tax loophole in Providence. GoLocalProv has the breakdown.

NEW: Sen. Reed Presses for Payroll Tax Cut Extension

In an effort to boost the economy and help Rhode Island families, U.S. Senator Jack Reed is calling on Congress to cut every worker...

Tom Sgouros: Transactions Tax Would Benefit All

Tom Sgouros argues that a financial transactions tax might be the best way to prevent another bubble.

PODCAST: Banks Cash in on Foreclosures in Providence

Banks and other lenders have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars on foreclosed homes in Providence, thanks to tax breaks that were intended to help...

NEW: State Receives $58 Million Health Exchange Grant

Today, Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and Lt. Governor Elizabeth H. Roberts announced Rhode Island’s “First in Nation” status for being chosen...

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