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It’s All About Education: The Rise in Kindergarten Readiness Testing—Nationally, there is a growing trend towards assessing…

RI PUC Approves National Grid Electric Supply Rate Increase of 11.9 Percent—The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission has approved…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Struffoli on Christmas Day—December is the celebration of sweets, many of…

Biotechnology and The Tools for Treatment—The recent presence of the Ebola occurrences in…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Be the Best Guest & More—How to insure your children's good manners? How…

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Jorge Elorza: 14 Who Made a Difference in RI in 2014—14 Who Made a Difference in RI in…

 
 
 

PODCAST: Danger Next Door: The Communities with the Most Sex Offenders

Several cities and towns in Rhode Island have a far higher proportion of sex offenders than is the norm in most communities, a GoLocalProv review...

NEW: Chafee Blasts Pension Bill for Not Addressing Municipal Problems

Governor Lincoln Chafee issues an early evening statement critical of the pension legislation. Read the Governor's statement.

NEW: ACLU Calls Use of Infrared Technology in Burnside Park “Troubling”

RI ACLU executive director Steven Brown issued a statement today in response to a GoLocalProv report that Providence police have used special infra-red technology to...

NEW: DLT Director Fogarty in Washington Thursday

Rhode Island Director of Labor and Training Charles J. Fogarty is scheduled to testify Thursday at a U.S. Senate Committee on Finance hearing about...

NEW: GOP A Successful Election Night in Woonsocket

The Rhode Island GOP is celebrating a successful election night in Woonsocket Tuesday.

PODCAST: Exclusive: Infrared Cameras Show Occupy is Vacant

Providence officials say Burnside Park isn't as occupied as you might think at night. GoLocalProv has the breakdown.

video: NEW: Congressman Cicilline Releases “It Gets Better” Video

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) was featured Thursday, along with other Members of Congress, in an anti-bullying video as a part of the &ldquo...

Unions Blast Pension Plan at Rally

Chants of “enough is enough” and “keep the promise, we did” rang out as 4,000 public sector employees and retirees turned out...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff Scott: Failure of Economic Policies Are Not So Unexpected

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jeff Scott: says if we are to fix our economic problems, a fundamental change of our entire structure and view of government...

Overspending or Underfunded? Providence School Budget in Crisis

The budget for Providence schools has increased by nearly $40 million since 2003, but officials say a recent reduction in federal funding is causing headaches for the...

NEW: RIPEC Releases Study on Public and Private Sector Compensation in Rhode Island

The public sector has higher compensation levels than the private sector on average, according Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council (RIPEC) report released Monday.

video: NEW: Whitehouse Introduces Legislation to Protect Consumers from Abusive Lending

With public frustration growing over the unfair practices of big banks, U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) introduced a bill today to protect consumers by...

NEW: State Sen. Calls for Immediate Action on Landfill Odors

Senator Frank Lombardo III is pushing for swift action by the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation to mitigate foul odors emanating from the Central Landfill...

Rhode Island Student Loan Debt 9th Highest in Country

Students graduating from colleges in Rhode Island leave school averaging about $26,340 in student loan debt, the ninth-highest rate in the country, according to a new...

Chafee Broke Pension Promises to Public Employees

Governor Chafee's pension plan during his campaign was significantly friendlier to public employee unions than the one he now supports. GoLocalProv has the breakdown.

NEW: Thousands Make More in Retirement than they while Working

The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity posted a new analysis today of the 3298 pensioners who currently earn more in retirement than they did...

NEW: Common Cause Calls for more Public Deliberation on Pension Bill

Common Cause Rhode Island once again calls on the General Assembly to release all proposed amendments to the Retirement Security Act of 2011 48 hours in advance...

NEW: Langevin Legislation to Restore and Protect South County Rivers

Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) took a key step today toward making federal restoration and conservation resources available to the Pawcatuck River, as well as other...

PowerPlayer: Swipely CEO Angus Davis

This week’s PowerPlayer is Swipely CEO Angus Davis. Mr. Davis was kind enough tell GoLocalProv about his time in Silicon Valley, his commitment...

Whitehouse, Cicilline Raise Concerns over Jobs Numbers

The national unemployment rate may have dipped down to 9 percent, but two members of Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation say more needs to be...

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