A Wall Street Journal article questioning cities’ decisions to take out “green” loans hit newsstands this week andRead More
The former discredited head of Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) has been named interim Executive Director of John Hope Settlement House. ProCAP’s former boss Frank Corbishley was forced to resign in 2011 after a multi-month investigation by GoLocalProv. He had served in the role of Executive Director since 1991 when Buddy Cianci named him to the position. During the investigations it was found that ProCAP to be severely mismanaged Providence Mayoral candidate Michael Solomon chaired the ProCAP board.
There are countless people wrapped up in the pension debate, but these are the ones who have the greatest influence.
Can the American Jobs Act save the country (and the President’s reelection hopes)? GoLocalProv’s MINDSETTERS™ were gluedRead More
President Obama’s jobs speech was met with unanimous support among Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation, but that’s notRead More
As state lawmakers delve in to a special fall session designed to reform the pension system, top business leaders areRead More
The Governor’s Office today released a special report on preliminary FY 2011 revenues, and according to the data, RhodeRead More
Clay Pell has been named to the 2011-2012 class of White House Fellows, the White House announced today.
Twenty of Rhode Island’s top businesses, universities and hospitals as well as arts organizations, environmental programsRead More
The gay rights group Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI) has publicly called upon state Rep. Doreen Costa to disavow theRead More
The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a suit against the state’s Department of Public SafetyRead More
They’re sent to Washington to represent the people, but each member of the state’s four-person Congressional Delegation isRead More
The back-and-forth between a first-term State Representative and the city of Providence continues to unfold as the twoRead More
Over the past decades, Rhode Island has had its share of high profile corruption cases. The state has seen a governor,Read More