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John Perilli: Peter Neronha, US Attorney & Rising Political Star?—He could be tough to beat...

Michael Riley: Rhode Island’s Potential Pension Nightmare—Headed for disaster...

Rob Horowitz: The Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later—Celebrating a milestone...

Fund for Community Progress Honors GoLocalProv + Other RI Leaders—Recognizing outstanding contributions to the RI community

Organize + Energize: 7 Reasons to Hire a Professional Organizer—With a little help from your friends...

International String Trio to Perform at Pot au Feu in Providence—A fabulous evening of music, food and wine

RE/MAX Reports 1.3% Increase in Pending RI Home Sales for March—Increase in pending sales, but decrease in home…

Former URI Basketball Player Arrested on Murder Charge—Former URI Basketball Player Arrested on Murder Charges

NEW: Rhode Island Named 6th Best State to Eat Local—One of the nation's best in availability of…

NEW: Providence Attorney Nicholas Hemond Joins DarrowEverett LLP—Will serve as new litigation associate

 
 
 

Best Community #35: Feisty Contender

Suffering this year from political scandals, this small and feisty community hangs on to and even celebrates its intense

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Best Community #36: City in Turmoil

It may be the city that is mentioned most, in stories of controversy and woe, in Rhode Island. With the future of its

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Best Community #37: Too Rich for RI?

It may be nearly 10 square miles of heaven to visit, but when you do the numbers, it's not the best overall place to live

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Best Community #38: In the Capital City’s Shadow

The nation's Industrial Revolution began at the heart of this scrappy neighbor to Providence, and valiant efforts have

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Best Community #39: Faded Star

It's one of Rhode Island's greatest Industrial Revolution cities, still showcasing on its ridges the mansions of riches

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NEW: Chafee ‘Disappointed’ in House Budget

Governor Lincoln Chafee today said he was “disappointed” that the House version of his budget did not include his plan to

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NEW: Providence Council Backs Disability Pension Audit

The Providence City Council has voted in favor of an independent audit of disability pensions given out to city employees.Read More

 

NEW: Taxpayer Group Praises House Budget

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition today praised the House for dropping most of Governor Lincoln Chafee’s 6 percent

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PowerPlayer:John Taylor

As the state races closer and closer toward full-fledged casino gambling, John E. Taylor will be the name everyone is

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City Finances: More Oversight Coming

The Providence City Council has passed a series of ordinances designed to create more oversight and transparency when it

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Land Battle: What Next For 195 Development

There is not an elected official in the city of Providence or on Smith Hill arguing that the relocation of I-195 isn’t a

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House Budget Unveiled

The $7.7 billion state budget approved by the House Finance Committee last night would implement a seven percent sales tax

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Unemployment - How is Rhode Island Doing Against New England

Rhode Island's unemployment is at the bottom - worse than almost any other state in the nation. But is this a regional

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State Budget: How Did Providence Make Out?

City officials say they’re cautiously optimistic that the House Finance Committee’s proposed state budget has helped

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