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Providence Top 20 Legal Settlements—See the top 20 legal settlements by category…

A Look at the 2015 Super Bowl Commercials—Take a look at the 2015 Super Bowl…

Darrelle Revis vs. Richard Sherman - Who To Take On Sunday?—Richard Sherman and Darrelle Revis are two of…

Biruta’s Buzzer Beating Tip - in Win’s Game 64-63 For URI—URI beats Fordham 64-63 on Biruta buzzer beater.

DePaul - PC Set For Thursday at 2 p.m., Tickets are $1—DePaul vs PC set for Thursday at 2…

Blizzard Juno Hits Newport—Blizzard Juno hits Newport

It’s All About Education: A Recipe for Disaster - Common Core Standards for Kindergarten—On January 13th, Defending the Early Years and…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Chicken Cacciatore—Classic Italian dish often referred to as hunter’s…

Media Day Madness—The Patriots and Seahawks took part in Super…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Planning A Family Wedding + More—The thoroughly modern wedding etiquette of the short…

 
 
 

NEW: RI Wins $50 million in Race to the Top Funds

Today, after the White House announced Rhode Island will receive up to $50 million in federal Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge funds to help...

Unemployment Rate Spikes in Rhode Island

The unemployment rate has increased for the first time in two years, up one-tenth of a point in November, according to the Rhode Island Department...

NEW: Sen. Whitehouse Thanks Troops as War in Iraq Ends

Senator Whitehouse today issued a statement thanking the troops and praising President Obama for bringing an end to the war.

Providence - The Top 40 Delinquent Taxpayers

From a former chancellor for Brown University to one of the largest utility companies in the country, find out who are the top 40 tax delinquents...

Voter ID Laws Under Federal Review

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is making recently passed voter ID laws a top priority, raising questions about whether the Obama administration will sue...

Julia Steiny: Protecting Kids into Incompetence

Julia Steiny says it''s time for adults to deal with that fact that childhood is a great time to learn that conflict is a...

NEW: DEM Poised to Shutdown Recycling Facility

The Department of Environmental Management issued today a Notice of Intent to suspend the license of an East Providence recycling facility. 

NEW: SeeClickFix Helps City Fix Pothole

It's been just over a month since GoLocalProv first integrated SeeClickFix into its homepage, and results are already evident.

Cicilline in Turmoil: Congressman Blasted on Redistricting Process

Critics on both sides of the aisle are accusing freshman Congressman David Cicilline of manipulating the efforts to redraw the state’s political districts...

NEW: State Saves Millions from Medicaid Reforms

A new report says the state has achieved Medicaid reforms that reduce costs, improve access and expand choice.

NEW: Kilmartin Urges Congress to Restore LIHEAP Funding

Alarmed by a proposal from the Administration and Congress to slash LIHEAP funding by nearly half, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin is urging the Rhode Island...

NEW: Mayor Taveras Calls on Congress to Preserve Job Training Funds

Mayor Angel Taveras has joined with mayors across the nation in calling on Congress to preserve federal funding for job training programs in Providence and...

UPDATED: ProCAP to File for Receivership

The Providence Community Action Program will file for receivership, the agency's spokesman Bill Fischer confirmed this morning.

NEW: Cicilline Blasts Republicans on Middle Class Tax Cuts

Congressman Cicilline says now is not the time to be playing partisan games on middle class tax cuts.

Guest MINDSETTER™ Tony Jones: Wake Up and Smell the Hemp

A legalized marijuana supporter says the fact that we have to be granted permission to grow a plant is an insult to our freedom.

Danger on Dexter Street: Prov Business on EPA Watch List

A business located near several schools in a residential West End neighborhood in Providence is on a high priority Hazardous Waste Watch List created by...

$250k-Plus Severance Package for Prov Water Chief

One of the highest-paid employees in the city of Providence will receive 14 months pay and insurance benefits as part of her severance package, according to...

NEW: Senators to Meet on Providence Youth Crime

At the request of Sen. Juan M. Pichardo (D – Dist. 2, Providence), the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services will meet on Wednesday, December 14,...

NEW: Loughlin Campaign Rips Redistricting Plan

A Loughlin campaign spokesman calls the latest redisricting map a "blatant attempt" to save Congressman Cicilline.

NEW: Langevin Signs on National Defense Report

As a member of the conference committee that negotiated a compromise between the House and Senate versions of the bill, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) signed...

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