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RI-Based For-Profit College Falsified Employment Rates

A Cranston-based for-profit college was inflating its graduate employment rate by more than 20 percentage points, new figures show.

Don Roach: Vote Republican in 2012

Will Rhode Islanders finally give Republicans the opportunity to right the state’s ship? Don Roach says he's confident they will do a...

NEW: RI to Receive $900k from Federal Lawsuit

Rhode Island will recieve nearly $1 million from a group that marketed a drug for uses not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration ...

NEW: Final Redistricting Hearings Set

The Special Commission on Reapportionment has scheduled a final round of hearings as it works to establish new district lines for the Rhode Island House...

Top Harrah’s Official: RI Blew its Chance on Casino

A top gaming official is saying the state missed its chance on casinos five years ago when voters rejected the West Warwick proposal.

Super Committee Fails: RI’s Delegation Weighs In

The Congressional Super Committee’s failure to reach an agreement on $1.2 trillion in cuts has three of Rhode Island’s four-member Congressional Delegation...

NEW: Providence Launches Search for 3 School Board Members

The Providence School Board Nominating Commission has begun accepting applications for the three positions on the School Board that have terms expiring on December 31, 2011.

PODCAST: Top Harrah’s Official: RI Blew its Chance on Casino

With Rhode Island poised to lose millions in gaming revenue when three resort-style casinos and a slot parlor are built in Massachusetts, a top gaming...

NEW: GoLocalTV and SeeClickFix Address Cemetery Vandalism

Greg Berman and Lauren Marchetti respond to a report filed on SeeClickFix of rampant vandalism in Cranston's Pocasset Cemetery.

Alleged Scam Artist Gave over $250k to Top Pols

The man accused making millions by scamming the sick and elderly has donated over $250,000 to Democrats, Republicans and Political Action Committees since 2000.

Needy Families Frozen Out of Food Stamps Before Holidays

For the first time since the mid-1990s, 92,000 Rhode Island households receiving food assistance from the state will not receive an “early issuance”...

NEW: Rhode Island to Host Lottery Convention

The Rhode Island Lottery is pleased to announce that the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) has selected Rhode Island as the...

NEW: Cyberwarfare to be Discussed at URI

Richard A. Clarke, who previously worked as the deputy assistant secretary of state for intelligence under Ronald Reagan, will speak on Nov. 29 in the University...

NEW: Gas Prices Down Four Cents

Thanksgiving travelers can take advantage of falling gasoline prices, according to AAA Southern New England.

PODCAST: Alleged Scam Artist Gave over $250k to Top Pols

The Cranston attorney accused of stealing and using identities of terminally-ill patients and elderly individuals to obtain more than $25 million dollars from insurance companies and...

NEW: Brown Scores Four Students for Rhodes Scholarships

Four Brown students have been selected in the 2012class of Rhode Scholars representing the United States. The full class of Americans is 32. 

Cities and Towns Going Broke: Who is Next?

The comprehensive pension reform package signed into law by Governor Chafee Friday cuts the state’s unfunded pension liability by about $3 billion immediately, but...

NEW: Union President Says Pensions Have Been “Stolen”

The president of one of the state’s top unions blasted the pension reform legislation that was signed into law by Governor Chafee this...

RI Could Lose Billions in New Federal Cuts

Rhode Island stands to lose a huge chunk of the more than $6 billion in federal funding it receives each year if a special Congressional committee...

NEW: Sen. Whitehouse to Discuss Pell Grants Monday

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) will hold a roundtable discussion on Pell Grants at Rhode Island College on Monday

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