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Rhythm and Roots Festival Returns Labor Day Weekend—The joint will be rockin’ this Friday night…

Moore: Senator Sheehan’s First Southwest Awakening—Moore: Senator Sheehan's First Southwest Awakening

College Admissions: Why Starting in 9th Grade Matters—Every fall, I see families of seniors in…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Harvesting Green Beans + Sunflowers—Gardening made simple...

5 Live Music Musts - August 28, 2015—Two free music festivals are highlights this week…

Buddy Guy Brings the Blues to Indian Ranch—The reigning champion of the Chicago Blues was…

Providence Folk Festival Coming Sunday—The second annual Providence Folk Festival is coming…

Moore: Elorza’s Misguided Guatemalan Tour—Moore: Elorza's Misguided Guatemalan Tour

College Admissions: 6 Steps To A Killer College Application—Put your best food forward...

5 Live Music Musts - August 21, 2015—All of our favorite genres are represented this…

 
 
 

Dan Lawlor: Political Leadership Needs a Shakeup in RI

Dan Lawlor says there is a gap in opportunity between the leaders of the state and the residents living in it.

EPA Imposes Massive Fine on Providence Waste Management Facility

The owner and operator of an Allens Avenue hazardous waste management facility have been found in violation on 16 counts of state and federal laws by...

NEW: Brown to Hand Out Eight Honorary Doctorate Degrees

Eight people who have distinguished themselves through their efforts in the arts, sciences, letters, scholarship and public service will receive honorary degrees from Brown University...

Offshore Tax Schemes Cost State $450 Million

State taxpayers are picking up a tab to the tune of $450 million annually to cover the revenue lost from corporations and wealthy individuals hiding their...

NEW: Cicilline Stresses Importance of Closing Wage Gap Between Women and Men

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI), who has co-sponsored the Paycheck Fairness Act in the House, today called on House Republicans to help close the...

NEW: Groups Renew Call for Tax Fairness

On Tax Day 2012, as Rhode Islanders write the checks to pay their tax bills, Rhode Islanders for Tax Equity (RITE) is renewing the call for...

NEW: Lawmakers Pitch Full-Day Kindergarten Incentives Bill

Toting a bill that would provide funding for up to four districts for full-day kindergarten, Rep. Joy Hearn (D-Dist. 66, Barrington, East Providence) hopes to help...

NEW: Families Throughout the U.S. Celebrate World Hemophilia Day

Today, Tuesday, April 17, tens of thousands of families across our nation and around the world are celebrating World Hemophilia Day to raise awareness of bleeding...

Can Casino Gaming Save Rhode Island?

A coalition of business and organized labor leaders from across the state are joining together to promote the expansion of table gaming at Lincoln-based Twin...

Grebien’s Shared Services Proposal has Governor’s Support

Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien’s proposal to study the regionalization of municipal services with his struggling neighbor cities of East Providence and Central Falls...

NEW: Senate Fails to Advance ‘Buffett Rule’

U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) on Monday called the Senate’s failure to advance his “Buffett Rule” legislation “inexcusable”...

NEW: Doherty Fires Back at Anthony Gemma

Brendan Doherty, Republican candidate for Rhode Island’s First District Congressional seat, issued a response this afternoon to Democrat Anthony Gemma’s assertion...

NEW: Gas Prices Up for Fifth Straight Week

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up one cent this week, the fifth consecutive week of increases, according to AAA Southern New England.

NEW: State Employees to Take Physical Activity Challenge

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 60 percent of U.S. adults...

NEW: Patrick Kennedy is a Father

Former Congressman Patrick Kennedy is a father.

NEW: Cranston East Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

Cranston High School East Junior Giulia Davis won the top prize in Rhode Island’s Second Congressional District 2012 High School Art Competition and will...

URI Expert: State Nearing Double-Dip Recession

Rhode Island’s economy is in crisis and may be entering the earliest stages of a double-dip recession, according to University of Rhode Island...

Dan Lawlor: Where is Rhode Island’s One Percent?

Dan Lawlor asks who are Rhode Island's one percent and what are they doing?

State House Report: Abortion, Term Limits & Health Insurance

Want to know everything that took place this week on Smith Hill? GoLocalProv has the complete breakdown.

Is 2012 the Year for Regionalization in RI?

Talk about regionalization of services has gained momentum among municipal leaders throughout Rhode Island as a means of uniting neighboring cities and towns, for better...

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