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URI’s “D” Shuts Down George Washington in 59-55 Win—URI beats George Washington 59-55.

PC Falls 75 - 66 To St. John’s at MSG—Friars fall 75-66 to St. John's at Madison…

Columbia Runs Past Brown, 86-65—Brown loses to Columbia 86-65

Sky Chiefs Roll Brooklyn 133 - 73—Sky Chiefs Roll Brooklyn 133 - 73

Breaking Down Super Bowl XLIX—The Patriots and Seahawks are looking for any…

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Spring’s Snowy Prelude—Urban gardeners are savvy weather people.

The 10 Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time—The 10 Best Super Bowl Ads of All…

Fit For Life: Reward Yourself—I haven’t had the time to get to…

RI Beauty Expert: Super Bowl style – is There Such a Thing?—So the Super Bowl doesn’t pop into your…

Late Game Struggles Doom Brown, Fall 57-49 to Cornell—Brown Falls 57-49 to Cornell

 
 
 

GOP Rival says Langevin has Done Nothing in Congress

The GOP favorite to challenge Congressman Langevin next November says he intends to focus on the economy.

NEW: Chafee Says State Will Waive Policies for Occupy Movement

Members of the Occupy Providence movement plan to march to the State House tonight to address homelessness and while state law says they are not...

NEW: DEM Releases Letter Addressing Landfill Odor

The Department of Environmental Management expects to see "noticeable improvements" in air quality at the Johnston landfill by next week, according to a letter released...

NEW: State Sen. to Introduce Bill Allowing Campus Cops to Pack Heat

Senator Glenford J. Shibley, (R-Dist. 33, Coventry, East Greenwich, Warwick, West Warwick), will introduce legislation that will permit campus police officers at the state’s...

Redistricting Ruined by Rhode Island Politics

The redistricting process is supposed to consider several factors, but critics say politics is getting in the way.

NEW: Flags at Half-Staff Sunday

To honor the memory of U.S. Army Specialist Christopher Luis Mendonca, a Rhode Island native who died Sunday, December 4, 2011, following an automobile accident near...

Union Leader Rips Gist on Teacher Comments

After several teachers raised concerns about comments state Education Commissioner Deborah Gist made during a Board of Regents meeting in October, a top union official...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Chace Baptista: Achievement First is a Lifeboat

An education reformer argues that Providence's public school system is like the Titanic and ignoring that reality and the impact that it is having...

NEW: Council to Meet on Achievement First Monday

The Providence City Council Education Subcommittee will meet Monday, December 12, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at Providence City Hall, Third Floor to review a draft report on...

NEW: AG Rips Senate Republicans

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin expressed dismay at the Senate Republicans blocking the nomination of Richard Cordray as Director of the Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ...

PODCAST: Redistricting Ruined by Rhode Island Politics

In states like California and Arizona, redistricting is done by a completely non-political committee selected on a non-partisan basis. That is not the case in...

INVESTIGATION: Government Worker Injuries Skyrocket

Local and state government workers in Rhode Island claim far more injuries and illnesses than their counterparts in the private sector, according to new data...

Full Review of Providence Loan Program Coming

The government agency that oversees the funds awarded to the Providence loan program that has come under scrutiny in recent months says it will begin...

NEW: Reed Introduces Bill to Restore Energy Funding

U.S. Senators Jack Reed (D-RI) Wednesday introduced bipartisan legislation to restore funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

NEW: Reed Says Republican Stonewalling Leaves Consumers Vulnerable

After Senate Republicans killed a vote on the nomination of former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), U...

NEW: Cicilline Web Platform for Sharing Stories, Extending Unemployment Benefits

On December 31 more than two million Americans will lose the unemployment insurance supporting them as they seek new jobs.

Julia Steiny: Stop Kicking Kids Out of School

Julia Steiny says America, the land that takes great pride in its history of inclusiveness and tolerance, has zero tolerance for disruptive, rude or misbehaving...

PODCAST: INVESTIGATION: Government Worker Injuries Skyrocket

Local and state government workers in Rhode Island claim injuries and illnesses at a far higher rate than their counterparts in the private sector, according...

NEW: Reed Says Congress Should Skip Holiday to Keep Working

U.S. Senator Jack Reed is calling on Congressional leaders to scrap plans to adjourn for the holidays unless Congress finishes important work on funding...

NEW: Ed Reformers Blast Oppostion

Democrats for Education Reform (DFER) released a statement today challenging the credibility of the group behind a website aimed at distributing propaganda regarding the proposed...

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