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RI’s Out-of-State Pension Tab: $142 Million

Every state in the country has a Rhode Island retiree collecting a pension earned while working in the Ocean State, accounting for more than $142 million...

NEW: Government-Funded Nonprofit Lays off 8 Ahead of Financial Review

The government-funded nonprofit organization that works with low income Providence residents on a variety of issues including affordable housing, clinical counseling and case management laid...

NEW: Cicilline Pushes for Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security Protection

At at press conference on Capitol Hill, U.S. Representative David Cicilline (D-RI) called on the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to protect Medicare,...

PODCAST: RI’s Out-of-State Pension Tab: $142 Million

Rhode Islanders are spending their pensions in nearly every state in the country, costing the state more than $142 million. GoLocalProv has the details.

NEW: ACLU Wants Death Penalty Efforts for Jason Pleau Halted

Claiming that it violates the Department of Justice’s own standards, the RI ACLU four other organizations have asked the United States Solicitor General...

NEW: Gas Prices Down One Cent

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island have fallen by one cent per gallon for the second week in a row, according to AAA Southern New England.

PowerPlayer: The YWCA’s Meghan Grady

This week's PowerPlayer is former Rhode Island Young Democrats President Meghan Grady. Ms. Grady recently became the Chief Operating Officer at the YWCA of...

Track the Power Outages - More than 600,000 in RI and MA

More than 600,000 are reported to be without power in RI and MA - the power outages tracker shows who, how many and time expected for...

STORM UPDATE: Early Power Outages - Track Them

The early season winter storm has begun to take down electric wires and knock out electricity - see who's lights are out and track...

Severe Weather Warnings Issued

The National Weather Service has issued several weather warnings for Rhode Island including a winter storm warning for Northwest Providence County and a winter weather...

NEW: Mayor Taveras Issues Statement on Occupy Providence

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras reaffirmed the city's plan to take legal action in order to remove the Occupy Providence protesters from Burnside Park.

Government Funded Recycling Business Wasted Millions

The South Providence recycling company that defaulted on a $410,000 city loan received millions in city, state and federal funds, including grants, loans and even municipal...

Rhode Island Has Lost Most Government Jobs in Country Since 2007

Despite claims of government being too large in Rhode Island, the Ocean State has actually lost the most government jobs (in percentage terms) in the...

NEW: State Rep. Dan Gordon Reacts to Rep. Carnevale’s Arrest

Embattled State Rep. Dan Gordon is calling for recently-indicted State Rep. John Carnevale to receive the same amount of scrutiny he received from public officials...

BREAKING: State Rep. John Carnevale Busted Again

State Rep. John Carnevale has been charged with one count of first degree sexual assault, one count of second degree sexual assault, and one count...

Retiree Health Care: Rhode Island’s Other Time Bomb

With the pension reform debate raging on, it’s been lost in the shuffle that the state’s major cities face unfunded health...

NEW: Providence Councilman Calls for More Oversight of City Loan Fund

Following two GoLocalProv reports this week about the number of past-due Providence Economic Development Partnership (PEDP) loans and the decision to convert a loan for...

Occupy Providence Eviction: RI Pols Weigh In

The Occupy Providence protesters must leave Burnside Park by Sunday according to a letter issued by Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare, and local politicians are...

NEW: Occupy Protesters Have 72 Hours to Leave Burnside Park

Noting that Burnside Park is only supposed to be open from 7:00am to 9pm, Public Safety commissioner Steven Pare today informed Occupy Providence protesters that...

NEW: Sen. Reed Calls for Solutions on Housing Crisis

In an effort to boost the economy, create jobs, and stabilize neighborhoods, 33 U.S. Senators, including Senator Jack Reed, are asking the Obama Administration and...

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