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Guest MINDSETTER™ Rep. McKiernan: Car Tolls Benefiting General Fund Will Not Happen—Guest MINDSETTER™ Rep. McKiernan: Car Tolls Benefiting General…

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Gotham’s Robin Lord Taylor Coming to RI Comic Con 2016—Gotham's Robin Lord Taylor Coming to RI Comic…

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Providence’s Los Andes Named in Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in U.S.—Providence's Los Andes Named in Yelp's Top 100…

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Memo: Providence Budget Deficit is 50% Larger than Administration Claims

Providence’s internal auditor believes the city’s year-end operating deficit is about $6 million more than the Taveras administration has claimed, according to...

video: NEW: Hinckley Blasts Whitehouse Over PAC Money

Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley today said the more than $2 million Democratic incumbent Sheldon Whitehouse has received from political action committees (PACs) raises question about...

NEW: Doherty to Open Woonsocket Headquarters

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty today announced that his campaign is opening a satellite headquarters in Woonsocket.

NEW: Nonprofit Wins $81,000 Community Development Grant

Capital Good Fund (CGF), a non-profit financial services organization based in Providence, will receive an $81,273 Community Development Financial Institutions Technical Assistance grant to help revitalize...

NEW: 2 Buildings Added to Downtown Providence Historic District

Two buildings in the amended Downtown Providence Historic District have received federal recognition for their contributions to the history of architecture and social history. Edward...

Rob Horowitz: Time to Take Action on Climate Change

Rob Horowitz says a persistent effort to aggressively push back on the doubts that have been raised about the reality of global warming is essential.

Dan Lawlor: Providence Shouldn’t be a Crime Scene

Dan Lawlor offers his take on the latest round of gun violence in Providence.

NEW: Whitehouse to Roll Out Jobs Plan Tomorrow

As many Rhode Island workers and small businesses continue to struggle in this tough economy, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse will kick off a month-long August jobs...

NEW: RISC Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition (RISC) on Saturday celebrated a decade since its founding and formally unveiled a new direction for its sister organization, the...

NEW: 4 Hospitals to Receive Additional $7.1 Million in Medicare Payments

In an effort to help ensure patients have access to quality health care services at Rhode Island hospitals, as well as support sustainable sources of...

NEW: Congressional Conversation on Advanced Manufacturing Set for Tomorrow

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) will join Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), Congressman John Larson (D-CT), and Congressman Joe Courtney (D-CT), as well as an...

NEW: RIC to Launch Beekeeping Initiative

Rhode Island College continues its comprehensive efforts to promote sustainable living and protect the environment by establishing a beekeeping program in partnership with the Rhode...

NEW: Gas Price Jumps Six Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up six cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

Guest MINDSETTER™ Sam Bell: $21 Million Bike Path Project is Offensive to Cyclists

Guest MINDSETTER™ Sam Bell says all common sense has been abandoned when it comes to the multi-million dollar Washington Bridge Bike Path.

State Report: Repairing RI’s Bridges, $40 Million Bonds & Improving Schools

In perhaps one of the most positive State House Roundups to date, this week’s recap presents five news stories, which should inspire some...

Dan Lawlor: A Moderate in Central Falls

Dan Lawlor introduces Rhode Island to Nick Gelfuso, a Moderate Party candidate for State Senate in Central Falls.

10 Primaries to Watch: Who’s Got the Most Cash?

With just over a month before the Sept. 11 primaries, political campaigns are in full swing. GoLocalProv breaks down ten key races to watch and looks...

NEW: Gemma Offers Mixed View on Jobs Report

Democratic Congressional candidate Anthony Gemma today praised President Obama after a Bureau of Labor Statistics report revealed that 163,000 jobs were created last month.

NEW: AG Kilmartin Named Co-Chair NAAG Criminal Law Committee

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin was recently named co-chair of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Criminal Law Committee. In addition, Kilmartin will serve...

NEW: RIDOT Awarded $760,000 to Encourage Business Development and Improve Bridges

In an effort to improve Rhode Island’s transit system, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Representative James Langevin today announced...

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