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“The Sunday Political Brunch”—August 28, 2016—“The Sunday Political Brunch” -- August 28, 2016

UB40 Brings it to Twin River!!—UB40 Brings it to Twin River!!

20 Must See Fall Concerts—20 Must See Fall Concerts

5 Takeaways From the Patriots 19-17 Preseason Win Over Carolina—5 Takeaways From the Patriots 19-17 Preseason Win…

Fit For Life: Do This – Don’t do That—Fit For Life: Do This – Don’t do…

Huestis: Venus and Jupiter Appear to Merge—Huestis: Venus and Jupiter Appear to Merge

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: The Mighty Pepper—Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: The Mighty Pepper

Olneyville’s Mansion: Atlantic Mills—Atlantic Mills - Olneyville's Mansion

What to Watch For: Patriots vs. Panthers Preseason Game—What to Watch For: Patriots vs. Panthers Preseason…

Moody’s Upgrades North Providence’s GO Bond Rating—Moody’s Upgrades North Providence’s GO Bond Rating

 
 
 

Fiscal Cliff a Ticking Time Bomb for Rhode Island

Rhode Island officials say they are hopeful that a compromise to avert massive federal spending cuts by Jan. 1 will be reached, but state economic experts...

NEW: Kilmartin Calls on Congress to Extend Tax Relief for Distressed Homeowners

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin has joined a national effort by state and territorial attorneys general to urge Congress to extend tax relief for consumers...

NEW: DCYF Receives $4 Mil Federal Grant

Janice DeFrances, Director of the State’s Department of Children, Youth & Families (DCYF), today announced that DCYF will receive $4 million over four years...

NEW: Kilmartin Offers Black Friday Survival Tips

Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year, is quickly approaching and shoppers everywhere will be looking for the perfect holiday gift at a...

NEW: DLT Director to Speak at Newport Chamber Lunch

On Wednesday, December 5th, the Chamber will host the final of a four part economic luncheon series. Director of the RI Department of Labor and...

NEW: Jabour to Propose More Training for Elections Workers

State Senator Paul Jabour is calling for those who run polling places to receive more thorough training so they can ensure voting is handled exactly...

Dan Lawlor: Time to Hold General Assembly More Accountable

Dan Lawlor says the insider culture on Smith Hill is the local backdrop for poor policy decisions, failed investments, and low accountability, all of which...

Report: Brown University Spent Nearly $180 Million on Research in 2012

Brown University on Monday released a report that provides an overview of the University’s economic impact on the State of Rhode Island. The...

EXCLUSIVE: Providence Principal On Leave While City Investigates Alleged ‘Improper Conduct’

The principal at a Providence middle school has been placed on a leave of absence while the city investigates allegations of “improper conduct,”...

Majority of Anti-Pension Reform Lawmakers Returning to Smith Hill

Despite having been targeted by House and Senate leadership and in some cases, General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, the majority of state lawmakers who voted against...

NEW: Former Central Falls Mayor Pleads Guilty to Corruption Charges

Former Central Falls Mayor Charles D. Moreau and longtime friend, businessman and political supporter Michael G. Bouthillette pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges today for...

NEW: RI Gas Prices 24 Cents Over National Average

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down five more cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

NEW: Caramadre Pleads Guilty to Scamming Elderly

Joseph A. Caramadre and Raymour Radhakrishnan pleaded guilty today to conspiring to steal and to use the identities of terminally-ill patients to obtain millions of...

Dan Lawlor: Change is Possible

Dan Lawlor says Rhode Island needs people to connect with each other to problem solve the state's biggest issues.

State Report: Republican Shakeup, RI Loses More Jobs & Climate Change

This week’s State House Report centers on several news stories that could play a major role in the upcoming 2013 legislative session. Not only...

Controversial For-Profit College with RI Ties Closing 23 Schools

Career Education Corp., the company that runs a nationwide chain of for-profit colleges including Sanford-Brown Institute in Cranston will close 23 schools across the country later...

Aaron Regunberg: Tax Cuts for Wealthy Don’t Spur Growth

Aaron Regunberg weighs in on the debate over tax cuts.

Will Rhode Island Legalize Marijuana?

Rhode Island lawmakers will consider legalizing marijuana during the 2013 legislative, House Judiciary chairperson Edith Ajello (D-1) said Thursday.

video: NEW: Congressman Cicilline Honors Veterans

Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) today honored Rhode Island’s veterans on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.

NEW: Central Falls Bond Rating Upgraded

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced that Standard & Poor’s Rating Services has upgraded the long-term bond credit rating of the City of...

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