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Gronkowski “Good to Go” Week 1—Rob Gronkowski told reporters at Gillette Stadium that…

Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

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NEW: Voter Deadline Saturday In Four Towns

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding residents of four Rhode Island communities with November elections that

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NEW: RIDE Releases Refreshed List of Failing Schools

The R.I. Department of Education (RIDE) today identified five schools in Providence and two in Pawtucket as among the

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PODCAST: Top Paid City Workers in Warwick and Cranston

They are Rhode Island’s second and third largest cities behind Providence, and a review of the salaries paid to top

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Top Paid City Workers in Warwick and Cranston

They are Rhode Island’s second and third largest cities behind Providence, and a review of the salaries paid to top

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Aaron Regunberg: The Case Against Achievement First

The Mayoral Academy debate is coming to Providence. Aaron Regunberg breaks down the five reasons the city should say no to

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Pension Reform Coming For Providence

The city of Providence took its first steps toward comprehensive pension reform Thursday when the City Council agreed to

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NEW: 103k Jobs Added Nationwide; Unemployment Remains 9.1 Percent

Nonfarm payroll employment increased by 103,000 in September, though the national unemployment rate remained unchanged,

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PODCAST: GOP in Turmoil: Gio and Gov. Carcieri Killed the Party

The prominent Republicans supporting Brendan Doherty’s Congressional bid, including former Party chairman Gio Cicione and

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NEW: Demolition of Former “Shooters” Site Begins Friday

After years of debate and waiting, the former “Shooters” nightclub located at 25 India Street in Providence is scheduled

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NEW: Lottery Paid Out More Than $1.2 Million in September

More than $1 million in  high tier prizes was claimed in September from the Rhode Island State Lottery. More than $10.7

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NEW: Cicilline Calls For Full Accountability In Housing Crisis

In letters to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, Congressman David

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NEW: Cicilline Supports Occupy Movement

Congressman David Cicilline on Thursday said he supports the nearly three-week old Occupy Wall Street movement that has

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NEW: Poll Says Rhode Islanders Want Pension Reform

The newly formed pension reform group made up of businesses, trade associations and social service agencies today released

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Julia Steiny: High-Stakes Test Could Kill a College Career

Behold the humble Accuplacer exam. Nothing nips college careers in the bud quite so fatally. So with recent national

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