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Is 2012 the Year for Regionalization in RI?

Talk about regionalization of services has gained momentum among municipal leaders throughout Rhode Island as a means of uniting neighboring cities and towns, for better...

How Peter Lord Saved Rhode Island

It is hard to believe today that in the 1980's the biggest issue in Rhode Island was an economic building boon that threatened to change...

Save Rhode Island: Do the Math

The CEO of Rhode Island Mayoral Academies says its time to put aside politics and start focusing on improving outcomes for kids across the state.

NEW: Shakeup in Doherty Campaign; Cicione Out as Campaign Manager

In a surprise shakeup at the top of the Brendan Doherty campaign, Ian Prior has been named the Republican Congressional candidate’s campaign manager.

The Cicilline Apology Train: Will it Pay Off?

What impact, if any, will Congressman Cicilline's apology have on on the election? GoLocalProv asks the experts.

NEW: Doherty Calls on Cicilline to Renounce Rosen Comments

Brendan Doherty, Republican challenger to incumbent U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, is demanding that Cicilline repudiate controversial remarks made by Democratic adviser and Cicilline donor...

NEW: Bills to Streamline Regulations Pass Senate

The Senate Thursday passed two bills to address regulatory concerns. Both bills are part of a comprehensive package of legislation intended to “Make it...

NEW: Tassoni Calls for Safe Disposal of Potentially Toxic Human Waste

Legislation sponsored by Sen. John J. Tassoni Jr. and heard this week by the Senate Committee on Health & Human Services would require the safe...

NEW: House Passes Edwards Transparency Bill for Political Parties, PACs

A bill aiming to shed light on contributions to political parties and action committees for charter-amending questions will now head to the Rhode Island Senate...

NEW: Wyatt Upgraded to ‘Good’ in Quality Assurance Review

The Wyatt Detention Facility recently upgraded to a ‘Good’ rating as a result of a “Quality Assurance Review,” conducted by a...

Aaron Regunberg: RI-CAN Goes too Far with School Report Cards

Aaron Regunberg questions the recent school report cards released by an education reform group.

Group Hopes to Reform Providence Redistricting Process

After the capital city’s redistricting process was marred by charges of political retribution, racism and classism, a good government group and a member...

NEW: Brown University Labeled Best Value of any Rhode Island College

That expensive Ivy League school on the East Side is also the best educational investment of any of Rhode Island’s four-year colleges and...

The Most Toxic Towns in Rhode Island

Toxic waste sites may be concentrated in Rhode Island’s urban core, but they also appear in surprisingly significant numbers in some of the...

video: NEW: Hinckley Video Takes Whitehouse to Task Over PAC Donations

Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley has released a new web video ripping Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for collecting nearly $2 million in campaign contributions from political action...

NEW: Madeleine Albright to Speak at RWU Graduation

Madeleine K. Albright, the first female secretary of state in U.S. history, will address new Roger Williams University graduates and receive an honorary degree...

NEW: Providence’s Steel Yard Praised for Building Skilled Workforce

Continuing his Rhode Island Skilled Economy (RISE) Tour, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) highlighted the Weld to Work program at Providence’s Steel Yard, a...

NEW: Save The Bay Appoints New Baykeeper

Save The Bay, a community-based organization committed to protecting and restoring Narragansett Bay, announced the appointment of Tom Kutcher as Narragansett Baykeeper – a licensed...

NEW: Langevin, RI Expert to Testify on Local Waterways

Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will be joined in Washington next week by a leader of the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association to address protections needed for waterways...

Will the Senate Support Chafee’s Municipal Relief Package?

With municipalities now facing a $2.3 billion unfunded pension liability, the State Senate Thursday will begin discussing Governor Chafee’s sweeping proposal to provide relief...

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