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State Run Disability Services Cost Three Times Private Firms

Rhode Island Community Living and Supports (RICLAS) system have come under close scrutiny by a number of groups and individuals.

A watchdog group in the state has detailed information regarding high overtime payments made at the Rhode Island Community Living and Supports (RICLAS) system for...

How Armed Are RI’s Campus Police Forces?

Colleges and Universities across the state may get the opportunity to arm properly trained campus police on campus, if the House Judiciary committee sends a...

NEW: Coventry Taskforce to Report Findings

The Coventry citizen group investigating alternatives for fire and emergency services in central Coventry will present its initial findings at a meeting in Coventry Wednesday...

NEW: Feds Charge Boston Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Charges have been filed by the federal government against Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.  

Boston Bombings Investigation: RI Legal Experts Weigh In

With Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in custody, local legal experts weigh in on potential next steps.

As of Sunday night, Boston marathon bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had yet to be formally charged following his arrest Friday evening by authorities.  Reports...

Rhode Island Scores Below National Average for Uninsured Citizens

Rhode Island ranked twentieth in the Gallup Healthways Well-Being Index's 2012 state by state study of uninsured citizens, falling just below the national average.

slides: Boston Marathon Bombings - By the Numbers

The entire country and perhaps the world were captured by the events starting Monday when two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon, killing three and...

NEW: “Lend a Hand” Campaign for Sunil Tripathi at Brown University

A new campaign on behalf of missing Brown student Sunil Tripathi will launch tomorrow on Brown University's College Green.

A special event on behalf of Sunil Tripathi, the Brown student on approved leave and who has been missing since March 16, 2013, will be held on...

NEW: Bishop Tobin Issues Statement on Marriage Equality Hearings

As the Rhode Island State Senate prepares to hold hearings in judiciary committee on same-sex marriage legislation, the Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of...

You Could Not Have Missed It: Boston Marathon Bombings Roundup

In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's Saturday feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review and rea...

In Case You Missed It: New England’s Best Cities

What is New England's Best City? GoLocalProv released its 2nd annual New England's Best Cities 2013, its comprehensive head-to-head comparison of the cities of...

BREAKING: Boston Bomber #2 is In Custody

Boston Police have tweeted that Bombing suspects #2 is now in custody.   Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, the second suspect in the Boston Marathon is now under arrest...

NEW: Shots Fired in Watertown near Franklin Street

Police operations in Watertown, Franklin Street area. Multiple rapid fire shots fired. Boston Police are warning residents to go back inside and shelter in place....

Update: No Apprehension Has Been Made

Police Commissioner, Ed Davis addresses the press early Friday morning.

Governor Deval Patrick appeared with law enforcement officials providing updates on the logistics of the investigation and search presently underway. 

NEW: Statement from Brown Student Sunil Tripathi’s Family

The family of missing Brown student Sunil Tripathi have issued the following statement this morning.  GoLocalProv spoke with the family. 

NEW: Brown Issues Statement on Boston and Sunil Tripathi

Brown University issued the following statement on Boston -- and Sunil Tripathi.  

NEW: Senate Judiciary to Vote on Same-Sex Marriage Bills Tuesday

The Rhode Island Senate Committee on Judiciary announced it is scheduled to vote Tuesday on three pieces of legislation related to same sex marriage.

BREAKING: Shelter in Place Extended to City of Boston

Boston, Watertown and surrounding areas have been locked down after violent shooting at MIT.

New: Governor Deval Patrick and law enforcement officials have extended the shelter-in-place instructions to the entire City of Boston.

Under Caprio, RI Pension Fund Paid Among Lowest Fees in US

Rhode Island paid among the lowest pension fund investment management fees in the country in 2010 under General Treasurer Frank Caprio, according to a report issued...

BREAKING: MIT Reports Officer Shot - Explosions Reported in Watertown

BREAKING: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is reporting that a campus police officer has been shot and killed on campus. Massachusetts State Police and Cambridge...

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