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NEW: National GOP Launches Attack on Cicilline

The National Republican Congressional Campaign Committee (NRCCC) is making robocalls, sending text messages and has launched a website attacking incumbent Congressman David Cicilline’s...

NEW: State Sells Bonds at Record Low Interest Rate

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo today announced Rhode Island's General Obligation Bond sale this week was a success and...

NEW: Green Party Presidential Candidate in Town Today

A Presidential candidate will be in Providence this afternoon.

NEW: Kilmartin Secures $7,300 for Town of Warren

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced today that he is forwarding money collected on behalf of the Town of Warren to cover the Town&rsquo...

Julia Steiny: What a ‘Flourishing’ Kid Looks Like

Julia Steiny profiles a project that believes under the right conditions, all children can flourish.

NEW: Hinckley Raises $325k in 3rd Quarter

Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley raised approximately $325,000 during the third quarter, the campaign announced today.

NEW: President Obama Endorses David Cicilline

President Barack Obama today endorsed Congressman David Cicilline for re-election in Rhode Island's 1st Congressional District.

NEW: Providence Teacher Wins Major Award

In a surprise ceremony this morning at the Lillian Feinstein @ Sackett Elementary School, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, Acting Education Commissioner David V. Abbott, and Dr....

Treasurer Raimondo & Mayor Taveras Campaigned for Speaker Fox Last Weekend

General Treasurer Gina Raimondo and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras –the two most popular politicians in the state— went door-to-door to campaign for House...

Guest MINDSETTER™ David Cicilline: How to Reclaim Rhode Island’s Manufacturing Legacy

Congressman Cicilline says a comprehensive strategy to put our state back to work should begin with training our workforce so Rhode Islanders have the skills...

Langevin & Riley Battle in First Debate

The two leading candidates in Rhode Island’s 2nd Congressional District disagreed on just about every issue during their first televised debate, with incumbent...

NEW: State Made $377.7 Million from Lottery Last Fiscal Year

The Rhode Island Lottery paid $377.7 million to the State’s General Fund for the year ended June 30, 2012 according to the Lottery’s audited...

Rhode Island’s Most Unemployed Cities & Towns

While the statewide jobless rate dipped to 10.7 percent last month, one in four Rhode Island municipalities still reported at least 11 percent unemployment, according to data...

NEW: Gas Prices Unchanged From Last Week

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

Dan Lawlor: Marriage Equality Supporters Must Step their Game Up

If Rhode Islanders want same-sex marriage to pass next year, Dan Lawlor says it's time to get to work.

Providence Councilman Proposes ‘Pay to Play’ Reform Plan

A Providence City Councilman has proposed an ordinance that would limit campaign contributions from businesses that have city contracts or plan to have them in...

NEW: Conviction of Former North Providence Town Solicitor Upheld

The First Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the federal court conviction and sentence of Robert Ciresi, a former attorney and former North Providence town...

Grace Ross: Corporate Execs Still Asking for Give Backs from Employees

Grace Ross asks, can we really change this economic mess?

Advocates to Spend Thousands on Affordable Housing Bond Question

The United Way of Rhode Island has poured nearly $200,000 into a campaign set up the $25 million affordable housing bond question on November’s ballot,...

State Report: Cicilline VS Doherty, Chafee’s Approval & Fixing the EDC

This week's State House Report looks at the curious case of Gov. Lincoln Chafee. Despite his tough stance against 38 Studios and his ongoing efforts...

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