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TONIGHT: Fund for Community Progress Honors GoLocalProv + ACLU—Recognizing outstanding contributions to the RI community

Deadline for newportFILM’s Ripple Effect Video Contest is Friday—Drawing attention to RI's coastline + waterways

Patriots’ 2014 Schedule Released—Patriots' 2014 Schedule Released

John Perilli: Battle Heats Up to Succeed Fox in House District 4—Keep an eye on this one...

Newport Goes Daffy with Weeklong Daffodil Celebration—Over 250,000 blooming daffodils on display

B’s Dominate Wings, Take Game 3—shut out Detroit 3-0 to take 2-1 series…

Organize + Energize: 4 Ways Getting Organized Will Save You Money—Stop wasting time and money

Dear John: Single Dad - How Do I Handle Daughter’s Adolescence?—How to support your daughter through puberty

State Report: Marijuana Tax + Bill Targets Prostitutes and Pimps—Plus increased sentences for gang crimes

John Rooke - Thinking Out Loud—JR's column on the sports stories and personalities…


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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NEW: Commissioner Pare Releases Statement on Esserman

Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare says he is continuing his "thorough review" of a graduation party that

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GoLocalProv Exclusive: “Cops won’t bother us so we don’t need to worry about that.”

The graduation party at Providence Police Chief Col. Dean Esserman’s East Side home that included underage drinking was

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Union Blasts City, Offers New Contract Proposal

The Providence Fraternal Order of Police is pointing to what it is calling “gross misrepresentations and inaccuracies”

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