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Angela Moore Fashion Show and Champagne Brunch Debuts at Rosecliff—To celebrate the 375th anniversary of Newport, the…

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Beck Brings Down the House at PPAC—Rick Farrell of Mojo Photography in Riverside was…

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Providence Residents Planning Car Tax Rally

After hundreds of angry Warwick residents turned out at City Hall to voice their displeasure with the city’s decision to

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NEW: General Assembly Names Redistricting Commission

The 18-member reapportionment commission must make its recommendations to the General Assembly by January 15, 2012 and the

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BREAKING: WPRO Hires Doreen Costa

State Rep. Doreen Costa has taken a job with WPRO, the station’s program director Paul Giammarco has confirmed.


NEW: U.S. Education Secretary Coming To Providence

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will visit Rhode Island to deliver the keynote address at the 68th Rhode Island

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NEW: Council President Solomon Wants Mayoral Academies Built In Providence

If Cranston residents don’t want Mayoral Academies built in their city, Providence City Council President Michael Solomon

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New for 2012—The Highest Taxed Communities

Property taxes are on the rise across the board in the vast majority of the cities and towns in Rhode Island, according to

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NEW: RI Issues Hurricane Preparedness Guidelines

Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) Acting Executive Director Edward Johnson has urged Rhode Islanders to be

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“The Best Hurricane Tracker”

John Ghiorse is the most respected meteorologist in Southern New England and now GoLocal has teamed him with the best

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Hurricane Irene: Serve Rhode Island Calls for Volunteers

Serve Rhode Island calls for vounteers in preparation for Hurricane Irene. The community organization is looking to

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NEW: Hurricane Irene Is Coming… How To Protect Your Technology

It's always important to be able to communicate in the middle of a storm, and with Hurricane Irene on track to be a major

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video: RI Official Announces Landmark Settlement with Google

The U.S. Attorney for Rhode Island announces a historic $500 million settlement with Google, after a two-year

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BREAKING: Google Forfeits $500 Million in Drug Case—RI Led Investigation

Internet giant Google has agreed to forfeit $500 million for improperly assisting online Canadian pharmaceutical companies

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Rhode Island’s Worst Speed Traps

What towns and cities are the toughest in enforcing state traffic laws? Where are the worst speed traps?

A breakdown of

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NEW: RI Has Spent $1M from Race to the Top So Far

Rhode Island has made progress in using federal Race to the Top funds to reform public education, state leaders announced

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