Providence to Lose Millions as 50+ College Properties Go Off Tax Rolls

The tax base in Providence is set to erode even more over the next 15 years as more than 50 properties purchased by local… Read More

slides: Providence Loses Millions More in Tax Revenue - See the Properties

See the university-owned properties that are coming off the tax rolls in the coming years and how much the Providence… Read More

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RI Interfaith Leaders Respond to Recent Attack in Jerusalem

In response to the recent attack on a Jerusalem synagogue, Rhode Island faith leaders will be offering their condolences for… Read More

An aerial view showing the current Granoff property (center, with red roofs), and neighboring lots.

New Arguments Made Against Proposed Blackstone Boulevard Development

Over 100 East Side residents -- and elected officials -- showed up to the City Plan Commission Tuesday night to voice their… Read More

NEW: State Planning Council Meeting on RhodeMap RI Postponed

The State Planning Council meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow, November 20th at 9:00 a.m. has been delayed as requested… Read More

RI Protesters to Gather Outside Federal Building to Oppose Surveillance

There will be a protest against surveillance on Thursday, November 20 at 11 on the sidewalk outside the U.S. Marshals Service… Read More

RI Governor Lincoln Chafee -- as well as others -- reflect on his administration.

One-on-One with Chafee: The Exit Interview

In less than two months, Lincoln Chafee will complete his four-year term as Governor. By any measure, Chafee has been one of… Read More

SLIDES: Grading the Chafee Administration

slides: Grading the Chafee Administration

The Chafee administration is almost over -- the second one, that is.  Govenor Lincoln Chafee, who followed his… Read More

NEW: Solomon Fined by Ethics Commission

A GoLocal investigation this summer into City Council President Michael Solomon's ethics filings, which lead to a filing… Read More

NEW: National Marijuana Advocate in RI for Legalization Forum

A forum at Brown University Tuesday night on regulating and taxing marijuana will include Mason Tvert, the Director of… Read More

Guest MINDSETTER™ Carolyn Thomas-Davis: As World Waits for Ferguson, What RI Can Do

The world is watching, waiting to learn, the fate of Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson, M.O. police force. Wilson is the… Read More

Dr. Simin Liu Credit: Frank Mullin/Brown University

Brown’s Liu Awarded American Heart Association Funding for Genome Research

Brown University professor Dr. Simin Liu is among the first scientists funded by the American Heart Association (AHA) to… Read More

NEW: Bipartisan Legislators Call For Delay In RhodeMap RI Approval

A group of bipatisan legislators have called for a delay in RhodeMap RI approval. The legislators, a group of Democrats,… Read More

Battle Lines Being Drawn Between Labor and Elorza

Providence Mayor-elect Jorge Elorza won with 2014 election with over 52% of the vote -- but as opponent Vincent "Buddy"… Read More

NEW: RI State Police, Providence Police to Hold Community Forum Monday on Ferguson

The Rhode Island State Police, in conjunction with the Providence Police Department, will be hosting a community forum at… Read More

Mayor-elect Elorza Announces ‘One Providence’ Listening Forums

Mayor-elect Jorge Elorza announced the dates and locations for a series of listening forums entitled "One Providence" earlier… Read More

RI Governor-elect Gina Raimondo. Photo: Richard McCaffrey

10 Questions Raimondo Has to Answer as Governor

Rhode Island Governor-elect Gina Raimondo has done what no other woman before her has done -- she was elected to the… Read More

Herb Weiss: The Greatest Generation’s Last Hurrah

The G.I. Generation, born between 1901 to 1924 and coined the “The Greatest Generation” by nationally acclaimed… Read More


Showdown Looming Over Proposed Blackstone Boulevard Development

Backers of a proposed development on a historic property on the East Side of Providence next to Blackstone Boulevard are… Read More

The RI High Schools with the Most Depressed Students

In Rhode Island, 9,043 high school students last year reported experiencing depression at least once within the past 12… Read More


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