The abrupt departure of Providence School Board President Kathleen Crain is just the latest blow to a school systemRead More
With a September trial date for Rhode Island's pension reform lawsuit looming just months away following failed mediation efforts, GoLocal talked with leaders in the state for their views on what now is the best case -- or worst case -- scenario.
The Providence budget for the new fiscal year is headed for a vote before the full City Council after the FinanceRead More
The Community College of Rhode Island will receive $476,854 in federal funding to under the U.S. Department of Education’sRead More
Four Providence schools identified by the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) in March as persistently lowRead More
This week's PowerPlayer interview is with the University of Rhode Island's 11th President, David Dooley.
In his weekly column, Tom Sgouros touches on service, wages, the property tax cap and RIPTA. Sgouros
The newly passed state budget for fiscal year 2012 includes nearly $1 million in expected revenue from medical marijuanaRead More
The City Council unanimously voted to pass a series of financial reform ordinances laid out by Gary Sasse and InternalRead More
The Rhode Island Board of Regents gave final approval to a new charter school set to open in Providence this fall.
14 state lawmakers were absent for at least ten percent of the 2011 General Assembly session that came to an end lastRead More