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Stiffer Penalties For Hit & Run Drivers, Good Samaritan Law Expansion: This Week at the State House—Performance based funding for public colleges, stiffer penalties…

Reading With Robin: Loved it Hard, Love it Soft—One of my favorite things about sharing special…

RI Beauty Expert: Chic Styling – Getting White Right—Summer’s unofficial opening day is upon us. If…

Matt Fecteau: Let’s Talk About Online Voting—The United States should discuss, and debate whether…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory—The most enduring sense is smell. We are…

RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in Country—RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in…

Most Traveled, Deficient Bridges in RI - See The List—The American Road and Transportation Builders Association recently…

Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - May 22, 2015—Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Luis Vargas: Rhode Island Families Deserve a Choice—I doubt many if any of you know…

 
 
 

Lawmakers Take on Super PACs on Smith Hill

Governor Chafee said Thursday he has introduced a bill that would require full disclosure of previously unregulated political expenditures, a move he said will continue...

PODCAST: Councilman David Salvatore

News and features editors Dan McGowan and Tracey Minkin go live on 920 WHJJ this morning from 6-8am to bring you analysis and updates on...

INVESTIGATION: State Borrows Millions from Feds—RI Businesses Stuck with Tab

The state has missed a deadline for paying back $243 million in loans from the federal government—but it is local businesses that have ended...

NEW: Whitehouse and Reed Introduce Amendment to Fund Transportation Projects

As the U.S. Senate continues debating legislation to authorize vital federal transportation funding that will support thousands of jobs in Rhode Island, Senator Sheldon...

NEW: Kettle Proposes Special License Plate for Military Families

Senator Nicholas D. Kettle, (R-Dist. 21, Coventry, Foster, Scituate), has introduced legislation that would allow family members of military servicemen and servicewomen who died in active...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Tom Kenney: Who’s to Blame for Providence Going Broke?

A Captain with the Providence Fire Department explains who should be blamed for the city's fiscal woes and what retirees can do about it.

NEW: Audit Find Questionable Practices at Sport Institute

The State of Rhode Island awarded a $575,000 grant to the Institute for International Sport (Institute) in 2007 for the purpose of constructing a building for its...

NEW: House Backs Background Checks for Student Mentors

The House of Representatives has passed legislation to make educational mentoring programs safer for the students.

NEW: Cicilline Rips GOP on Transportation Bill

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) stood up in favor of amendments to protect the environment as part of consideration of three separate measures that...

Julia Steiny: Intro to a School Changing the Game (Part 1)

In the first of her multi-part series, Julia Steiny introduces you to a school that delivers incredibly well-prepared kids – in all subjects! – using...

JWU Steps Up: Will Other Tax-Exempts Follow Suit?

Johnson & Wales University will triple its voluntary payments to Providence over the next decade, becoming the city’s first tax-exempt institution to answer...

NEW: Occupy Movement Comes to RI’s East Bay

The worldwide Occupy Movement is coming to the East Bay this Tuesday, February 21st. Panelists from Occupy Providence and other Occupy groups will discuss their...

Retirees Prepared to Battle City over Mayor’s Threats

Several former police officers and firefighters said Tuesday that they should not be blamed for the city’s fiscal woes and vowed to battle...

Is Gay Marriage on the Table in Rhode Island?

A bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in Rhode Island will "absolutely" be introduced during this legislative session, Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI) executive director...

NEW: Report Suggests Port Could Create Jobs, Boost Economy

Finishing nearly three years of study on the potential economic opportunities associated with Rhode Island’s ports, a Joint Legislative Commission reported today that...

NEW: Lawmakers Seek to Repeal Sightseeing Tour Tax

Rep. Karen L. MacBeth and Rep. James N. McLaughlin have introduced legislation to repeal a tax on package tours and scenic and sightseeing transportation services.

NEW: Cicilline Pushing for More Campaign Finance Disclosure

Today, Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) took action to clean up secret money in politics when he joined his colleagues in cosponsoring the DISCLOSE 2012 Act,...

NEW: Two Companies Finalists for New Defined Contribution Program

General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo today announced that the State Investment Commission unanimously voted to select Great-West and TIAA CREF as finalists to administer Rhode...

NEW: JWU Becomes First Tax-Exempt to Pay Extra to City

Mayor Angel Taveras and Johnson & Wales University Chancellor John Bowen today announced a partnership agreement between Rhode Island’s capital city and the...

Dan Lawlor: Providence Needs More Murals

Dan Lawlor says it's time to make our cityscapes as lively as our politics.

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