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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…

Former URI Basketball Player Arrested on Murder Charge—Former URI Basketball Player Arrested on Murder Charges

NEW: Rhode Island Named 6th Best State to Eat Local—One of the nation's best in availability of…

NEW: Providence Attorney Nicholas Hemond Joins DarrowEverett LLP—Will serve as new litigation associate

Russell Moore: The Tyranny of the One Percent—MINDSETTER™ Russ Moore analyzes the real shame of…


Chaos Persists In Providence Schools

The abrupt departure of Providence School Board President Kathleen Crain is just the latest blow to a school system

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BREAKING: Providence Budget Approved by City Council Committee

The Providence budget for the new fiscal year is headed for a vote before the full City Council after the Finance

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NEW: CCRI to Receive More than $475,000 in Federal Funding

The Community College of Rhode Island will receive $476,854 in federal funding to under the U.S. Department of Education’s

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EXCLUSIVE: No Help For Failing Providence Schools This Year

Four Providence schools identified by the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) in March as persistently low

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PODCAST: No Help for Failing Providence Schools

Listen to GoLocalProv's Dan McGowan discuss the future of low achieving Providence schools with Helen Glover on 920 whjj.

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New Report: Economic Growth Slowing In RI

The state’s economic growth remained stagnant for a third consecutive month in May, so says University of Rhode Island

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PowerPlayer: URI President David Dooley

This week's PowerPlayer interview is with the University of Rhode Island's 11th President, David Dooley.


Tom Sgouros: Tom’s Tidbits

In his weekly column, Tom Sgouros touches on service, wages, the property tax cap and RIPTA.  Sgouros


State Budget Paves Way For Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

The newly passed state budget for fiscal year 2012 includes nearly $1 million in expected revenue from medical marijuana

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NEW: City Council Passes Financial Reform Ordinances

The City Council unanimously voted to pass a series of financial reform ordinances laid out by Gary Sasse and Internal

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NEW: New Charter School To Open In Providence

The Rhode Island Board of Regents gave final approval to a new charter school set to open in Providence this fall.


PODCAST: Voter ID Law Debate

GoLocalProv contributors join Helen Glover on 920 whjj to discuss Governor Lincoln Chafee's signing of a new voter ID bill

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General Assembly Attendance: Were Your Legislators MIA?

14 state lawmakers were absent for at least ten percent  of the 2011 General Assembly session that came to an end last

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E-Mail Blasts Providence Fire Contract

An anonymous e-mail sent to the media and every member of the Providence City Council yesterday criticized the apparent

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