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slides: New England States With The Highest Marijuana Arrest Rates

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's 2010 Uniform Crime Reporting Program, Rhode Island's per capita arrest rate for marijuana possession was 214 arrests per 100,000...

PODCAST: Could Rhode Island Cities Face a Detroit-like Bankruptcy?

With Detroit officially given the green light last week to move forward with bankruptcy proceedings. making it the largest municipality in the country to do...

slides: Hurricanes and Other Disasters: The RI Communities at Greatest Risk

What communities are facing the biggest threat of a natural disaster?

Rhode Island’s Most Disaster-Prone Communities

Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding—and most vulnerable to it—are Warwick,...

NY Lawyer Charges RI Pension Investments Tied to New SEC Complaint

A complaint filed earlier this year pertaining to private equity firms' transaction fees has direct ties to Rhode Island's pension investments, according to whistleblower lawyer Jordan Thomas.

A whistleblower's attorney in New York alleges that a Securities and Exchange complaint filed earlier this year "undoubtedly" has ties to Rhode Island private...

NEW: Bishop Tobin Criticizes Nelson Mandela’s Abortion Stance

The Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, Most Reverend Thomas J. Tobin, has issued a statement about the death of Nelson Mandela.

NEW: RISD Names Provost Rosanne Somerson as Interim President

The Board of Trustees for the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) announced today that Provost Rosanne Somerson has been named as the school's...

PODCAST: Rhode Island’s Most Disaster-Prone Communities

Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding-and most vulnerable to it-are Warwick, Providence, Cranston, and Newport,...

Lincoln School Awarded $50K Grant From Champlin Foundations

Providence's Lincoln School has been awarded a $50,000 grant from The Champlin Foundations.

NEW: WInter Weather Advisory in Effect Sunday Night into Monday

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Providence and much of southern New England.  The advisory is in effect from...

slides: Providence Ranked 148th Best Performing City For Business

Providence ranks 148th of the 200 large metropolitan areas in the United States for creating and sustaining jobs, according to the Milken Institute's Best-Performing Cities...

slides: The Best Performing Cities in New England

The Milken Institute released its index for Best-Performing Cities 2013 this week, which ranks Providence 148th of the 200 large metropolitan areas in America for creating and...

In Case You Missed It: CCRI President’s Spending Spree

"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's weekend feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review and read....

Education Experts Raise Questions About CCRI Spending

The President'sResidence on CCRI's Knight Campus.

The recent GoLocal investigation into finances at the Community College of Rhode Island has prompted reactions from both the student community at the two-year...

Students React to CCRI President’s $370,000 in Salary, Perks

“Excessive,” “ridiculous,” and “remarkable” were some of the words from Community College of Rhode Island students reacting Thursday to...

PODCAST: Education Experts Raise Questions About CCRI Spending

The recent GoLocal investigation into finances at the Community College of Rhode Island has prompted reactions from both the student community at the two-year college...

CCRI President Spends Tens of Thousands on Private Club, Pool

CCRI President has expensed over $20,000 at the privately owned University Club in Providence, a GoLocal investigation uncovered.

A GoLocal investigation into finances at the Community College of Rhode Island has uncovered that since 2006, over $20,000 has been spent by CCRI President Ray Di...

CCRI President Paid Over $100K More than Average Comm. College

CCRI President Ray Di Pasquale, who began his tenure in 2006 with a salary of $180,000, has for the past three years had an annual salary ...

PODCAST: CCRI Pres. Spends Tens of Thousands on Private Club, Pool

A GoLocal investigation into finances at the Community College of Rhode Island has uncovered that since 2006, over $20,000 has been spent by CCRI President Ray Di...

Degree By Design: The Accessible Approach to a College Education

A college degree adds value to a career and instills a sense of pride and accomplishment in its holder. The needs of today’s...

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