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video: NEW: Cicilline’s New Ad Ties Doherty to National GOP

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) today released an ad that attempts to tie Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty to Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and...

TUESDAY HURRICANE UPDATE: Ghiorse’s Latest, Outages + More

Rhode Island's coastline took a beating on Monday, and the effects are still being felt throughout the state. Photo: James Clayton Sattel.

Hurricane Sandy has already flooded and battered many miles of Rhode Island's coastline. Here's the latest to start your Tuesday in her aftermath.

How City and Towns are Handling Hurricane Sandy

How has each city and town handled Hurricane Sandy? GoLocalProv has updates from every community.

NEW: 2nd and 3rd Shift State Employees Should Report to Work

Second- and third-shift state workers are advised to follow the Adverse Weather Policy in reporting for work later today.

NEW: Hinckley Calls on TV Stations to Pull Sen. Whitehouse Ad

Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley is calling on local television stations to pull what he considered a misleading commercial from incumbent Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.

HURRICANE UPDATE MONDAY EVE: Ghiorse Says More High Winds, Flooding

Hurricane Sandy has made landfall in New Jersey, and Rhode Island can expect more dangerously high winds, such as those that have already slammed the state in places like Barrington, earlier. Photo: Heidi Farmer Piccerelli

Hurricane Sandy has made landfall on the southern New Jersey coast. It came ashore with 90 mph winds and a massive surge of water that inundated...

NEW: Rhode Island Offices Closed for 1st Shift Tuesday

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee has directed that only essential state employees, as determined by their respective agencies, should report to work for first shift tomorrow,...

HURRICANE UPDATE MONDAY AFTERNOON: Height Of The Storm Here Now In RI

Rhode Island seas pick up as the storm effects of Hurricane Sandy sweep into the state. And the worst is yet to come. Photo: Jerri Moon Cantone.

Hurricane Sandy is accelerating rapidlly toward the New Jersey coastline. As of 2pm this massive storm was located about 300 miles south-southwest of Providence and was...

Emergency Contact Info: Who to Call in Your City or Town

A complete list of emergency management contacts for every city and town in Rhode Island.

NEW: Brown University Closed on Tuesday

Brown University classes are canceled and administrative offices will remain closed on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Essential staff should report to work. Dining, heath, public safety, and...

NEW: Rhode Island Not Planning to Close Highways—Yet

While Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy has ordered all trucks off the highways as the state braces for Hurricane Sandy, Governor Lincoln Chafee’s office...

NEW: Power Outage Map updated 11:40 am

Hundreds have lost power - check the updated map of who and how many households have lost power.

MONDAY HURRICANE UPDATE: School Closings, Power Outages + More

Today is landfall day for Hurricane Sandy, and here is the latest on closings, outages, and more.

HURRICANE UPDATE: Monday Morning + John Ghiorse’s Outlook

With Sandy continuing to move steadily along its projected path, the big storm is now turning northwestward toward the New Jersey coast.

NEW: Mayor Taveras Activates Providence’s Emergency Operations Center

On a conference call with reporters this morning, Mayor Angel Taveras and Providence Emergency Management Agency Director Peter Gaynor announced that Providence's Emergency Operations...

NEW: Governor Chafee Closes State Offices

Governor Lincoln Chafee has announced that all state offices are closed today as the state prepares for Hurricane Sandy.

NEW: Providence Update—No Trash on Tuesday

Garbage and recycling collection is again postponed in Providence tomorrow, Tuesday, October 30, and yard waste pickup is suspended until next week.

Guest MINDSETTER™ Teresa Tanzi: Time for Another Look at Tax Expenditures

Rep. Teresa Tanzi says tax expenditures do important work in strengthening the economy, but they need to be reviewed to make sure Rhode Island is...

Send GoLocal Your Hurricane Sandy Photos

A GoLocalProv reader submitted this photo during Hurricane Irene last year. What will your camera show us this year, during Sandy?

Be part of the drama all through the storm this week by sending GoLocalProv your hurricane photos! We will be adding photos all day and...

Casinos Pour Millions into Table Games Question

Twin River and Newport Grand have now poured more than $4 million into the campaigns to convince Rhode Islanders to vote in favor of bringing table...

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