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The Most Patriotic States in the U.S.—How Does Each State Demonstrate Its Patriotism

Bristol 4th of July Parade Set to Celebrate its 230th Year—Bristol 4th of July Celebrates Its 230th Year

Leather Storrs: How TV Influences our Changing Food Culture—Leather Storrs: How TV Influences our Changing Food…

RI Native Will Blackmon to Host Free Football Clinic For Youth at Hendricken—Will Blackmon will hold a USA Football Fundamentals…

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Curran, Bradley Claim 2015 CVS Charity Classic Title—Keegan Bradley and Jon Curran win CVS Charity…

U.S. Women’s Soccer Advances, World Cup Final Awaits—Behind late second-half heroics, the U.S. Women's Soccer…

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Applications for Planning Grant Funds Are Due July 3—Applications for Planning Grant Funds Are Due July…

 
 
 

NEW: Majority Leader Ruggerio’s Bill Targets Copper Theft

The “Copper Theft Prevention Act would require secondary metals recyclers to obtain a license from the Attorney General’s office in order to...

Unemployment Rises to 11 Percent

Fewer Rhode Island residents were employed in February than at any point since the beginning of President Clinton’s second term in office, the...

Aaron Regunberg: Do Mayoral Academies Have Something to Hide?

Aaron Regunberg says he doesn’t understand why education reformers oppose a bill the would keep common-sense reforms designed to keep mayoral academies accountable.

Costantino Sues City, Councilman Over Missing $37,000

The brother of Secretary of Health and Human Services and former House Finance chairman Steven Costantino this week filed a lawsuit against the city of...

NEW: Postal Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing Cash from Greeting Cards

A United States Postal Service employee pled guilty in federal court in Providence today to stealing cash from greeting cards sent through the mail, announced...

U.S. Senator Calls for Investigation into Providence Housing Authority

Iowa Senator Charles Grassley is calling on the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to launch an investigation into the Providence Housing Authority (PHA)...

NEW: Saturday Is Deadline for Registering to Vote in Presidential Primary

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Islanders that they have until Sat., March 24, to register to vote in the April 24 presidential primary.

NEW: State to Receive Additional $634,000 in Foreclosure Prevention Funds

U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today announced that Rhode Island will receive an additional $634,342 in federal funding to continue providing housing counseling to struggling...

video: NEW: Hinckley Says Over-Regulation Hurting RI Fishing Jobs

U.S. Senate Candidate Barry Hinckley Wednesday joined members of Congress in standing up for fishing industry jobs at a rally called Freedom To Fish...

Julia Steiny: Breathing Life into the Dying Art of Research Papers

No technique quite so effectively teaches students to think as the good old-fashioned essay, says Julia Steiny

PodCast: Costantino Sues City, Councilman

  Tracey Minkin joined Helen for an "Only in RI" story where a prominant businessman is suing the city and a councilman for the return...

City Accidentally Releases Thousands of Retirees’ Social Security Numbers

The city of Providence on Tuesday accidentally released the Social Security numbers of nearly 3,000 former employees in response to a public records request.

NEW: Whitehouse Bill Would End Anonymous Campaign Spending

Today, as the public continues to see the harmful effects of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision first hand in the Republican primaries,...

NEW: Sweeney Stepping Down as GOP Executive Director

Republican Party executive director Patrick Sweeney has announced that he is leaving the post at the end of the month, according to a press release...

NEW: Senate Bill Would Reduce Mayoral Academy Funding

Education reformers are expressing outrage at a new Senate bill that would reduce funding for mayoral academies in Rhode Island.

Lawmaker Calls on Colleagues to Pay for Health Insurance

State lawmakers would be required to pay a portion of the cost of their health-care premiums under a new bill sponsored by Warwick Senator William...

Dan Lawlor: Stop Being Blind to History

Dan Lawlor takes on Travis Rowley's recent rants against local Christian churches.

City Files Restraining Order After Releasing Thousands of Retiree’s Social Security Numbers

Lawyers for the city of Providence on Tuesday filed a restraining order against GoLocalProv after the city accidentally released the Social Security numbers of nearly 3,000...

NEW: Rep. Naughton to speak at U.S. Surgeon General presentation in Boston

Rep. Eileen S. Naughton, a champion of physical and mental health issues in Rhode Island, will be joining U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin...

NEW: Hinckley to Address Commercial and Recreational Fisherman in Washington

US Senate Candidate Barry Hinckley will be a featured speaker at the Keep Fishermen Fishing rally in Washington DC, March 21, 2012. Hinckley joins Massachusetts Senators Scott...

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