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Moore: Will PawSox Move be a Sweetheart, Insider Deal?—Moore: Will Pawsox Move Be A Sweetheart, Insider…

David Brussat, Dr. Downtown: The Red Sox and the PawSox—Pawtucket’s Triple-A baseball team was a feeder of…

NEW: RI Gas Prices Rise 8 Cents From Last Week—Rhode Island gas prices have gone up eight…

Smart Benefits: RI’s Uninsured Down Nearly 4% in 2014—According to a recent Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index

Henton’s 25 Points Lead #25 PC Past Marquette, 77-66—Friars beat Marquette 77-66 to earn 10th conference…

College Admissions: 6 Biggest Lies in College Admissions—Make sure you're wise to their lies...

Well-Read: Reading With Robin - (It really is) All About That Book..and a few giveaways!*—What started out in 2002 with the selection…

URI Holds On For 59-56 Win Over La Salle—URI beats La Salle 59-56, Stays in first…

Brown FallsTo Princeton 80-62 on Senior Night—Brown falls 80-62 to Princeton on senior night.

Tobacco Free RI to Celebrate 10 Year Anniversary of Smoke Free Workplaces—Sunday, March 1 will mark the 10 year…

 
 
 

NEW: Cicilline Issues Statement on Payroll Tax Cut Extension

Following House passage of a two-month extension of payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) issued the following statement:

UPDATED: Congress Passes Two Month Payroll Cut Extension

House Republicans caved Thursday to a deal that will save the payroll tax cuts for the next two months.

Aaron Regunberg: Reform the Business Sector in 2012

Aaron Regunberg says it's time to pledge to see one world in which everyone has to play by the same rules.

Strategy Session Will Address Municipal Fiscal Crisis

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced today that he will host a Municipal Executives Strategy Session with the mayors and town managers of Rhode Island&rsquo...

NEW: Reed Says Budget Cuts Heating Aid by $8 Million

As winter approaches, there is significantly less federal funding available this year for low-income families to get home heating assistance after Congress cut over $1.2 billion...

Fired Worker Suing City: “I’m a Scapegoat”

A former Providence city employee who claims he was wrongfully terminated is suing the city for his job back, GoLocalProv has learned.

NEW: City Reaches Agreement to Save Libraries

The administration of Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has reached an agreement with the two independent organizations that operate the libraries that serve city residents that...

NEW: Occupy Providence Votes to Leave Park

The Occupy Providence encampment in Burnside Park will come to after more than two months after the protesters voted to leave the park in exchange...

GoLocal’s Man and Woman of the Year

GoLocalProv will announce its selection for Woman and Man of the Year.  The editors and reporters reviewed those who had the most impact on...

Critics Question State’s $144 Million Tax Credit Program

With the state’s unemployment on the rise for the first time in two years, critics are questioning the effectiveness of a state program...

NEW: Pawtucket Names New Finance Director

Returning to the city where she once served as chief accountant, Joanna L’Heureux has been named by Mayor Donald R. Grebien as the...

NEW: Chafee Appoints New Interim Head of DMV

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced his appointment of Carole A. Dwyer as Interim Administrator of the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

NEW: Mollis Reminds For-Profit Corporations to File Annual Reports

The beginning of the new year means tens of thousands of companies doing business in Rhode Island must file annual reports with Secretary of State...

NEW: Court to Review Pleau Murder Case

A majority of the active judges for the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals have voted to consider the case of Jason Wayne Pleau,...

Julia Steiny: International Charter School a Real Success

Julia Steiny breaks down one of the hidden gems of Rhode Island's education system.

Sen. Reed’s Christmas Gift for Homeless: $4.6 Million in Aid

Senator Jack Reed Tuesday announced Rhode Island will receive $4.6 million in federal Continuum of Care funding to combat homelessness.

NEW: Chafee Appoints Budget Commission for East Providence

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced today that Department of Revenue (DOR) Director Rosemary Booth Gallogly will appoint a five-member budget commission to help assist the...

BREAKING: George Zainyeh to Replace Pat Rogers as Chafee Chief of Staff

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced that, effective January 13, 2012, his Chief of Staff and Executive Counsel Patrick A. Rogers will be returning to the practice...

RI’s Colleges Cashing in from Credit Card Companies

Credit card companies dished out nearly $1.5 million to Rhode Island’s colleges and alumni associations in 2009 and 2010 in exchange for valuable information that includes...

NEW: Occupy Protesters to Vote on Leaving Burnside Park

The Occupy Providence protesters will vote Wednesday on whether to leave their encampment in Burnside Park in exchange for the city opening up a temporary...

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