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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…

RI Beauty Insider: Pedi Nation – Get the Best Pedicure Ever—A guide to finding a pristine pedi place

Fit for Life: Fail to Plan? Plan to Fail—Plan and prioritize, and you will prevail

Arthur Schaper: Grand Theft Auto Cicilline—MINDSETTER Arthur Schaper examine's Cicilline's role in Prov's…

Five Live Music Musts – April 18, 2014—Great vibes await

Report: Preston Murphy Leaving URI for Boston College—Preston Murphy Leaves URI for Boston College

EXCLUSIVE: Bryant Tells Grads No Selfies with President at Grad—Prohibiting selfies?

PC Athletics gets high marks—Friar winter sports #1 among Big East schools...

NEW: Providence’s Al Forno Featured as a Best Pizza Spot in the US—Another accolade for Al Forno


Does Providence Have Too Many Police and Fire - Or Too Few?

If Providence moves forward with layoffs for police, it would leave the city with one of the smallest police forces and

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Central Falls Parents Plan Rally for Schools

A group of Central Falls parents is planning to hold a rally today to protest the conditions at the schools and demand

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Providence Launches Education Task Force

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras convened a special task force on Monday to advance his goals for improving city schools and

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RIPEC Endorses Chafee Plan for Local Pensions

The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council issued a report yesterday praising Governor Lincoln Chafee’s incentive program

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NEW: Gist to Hold Community Forum in Central Falls This Week

Education Commissioner Deborah Gist will hold a community forum in Central Falls this Thursday.


NEW: Providence Police Layoffs Start

The City of Providence this morning began sending layoff notices to police officers, a spokesman confirmed.


EXCLUSIVE: Internal Auditor—Illegal Payments and Benefits in Providence

Top officials in the Providence Fire Department have received $267,000 in pay and benefits in violation of city

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Central Falls Coverup - Students Not Properly Immunized

A number of Central Falls middle school students over a six-year period were not properly immunized for Hepatitis B,

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Fire Union Threatens Lawsuit Over Layoffs

The president of the city firefighter union told GoLocalProv last night that the union is prepared to sue the city if it

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Lights Out on State Highways

The state has resorted to turning off lights on highways to help save money as it continues to grapple with a budget

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RI High Schools Rank Worst in the Country

Rhode Island is one of only a handful of states to not have a single school included in the Washington Post's annual High

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NEW: Fire Department Facing Layoffs Too

Providence firefighters could be the next group of employees targeted for layoffs if the Fire Department cannot find the

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PowerPlayer: City Council President Michael Solomon

It took only two terms as City Councilman for Michael Solomon to move up the ladder and become Council President, which

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Congressional Scorecard: What The Delegation Brings To RI

With Democrats and Republicans seemingly at a standstill, getting things done in Washington these days is more difficult

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