At least 13 staffers for Rhode Island’s four-member Congressional Delegation are on pace to make six-figure salaries inRead More
Can candidates recover after they are caught plagiarizing? Political experts weigh in.
The first week of clean-up response for Hurricane Irene (actually a tropical storm when it hit RI) is nearly over andRead More
The Board of Regents voted 7-1 to reject the application of Achievement First. GoLocalProv has all of the reaction.
Richard Kerbel, the acting finance director in the city of Providence, is no longer a member of Mayor Angel Taveras’Read More
The Rhode Island Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education has voted down the application of AchievementRead More
The Police Chief of North Providence, Col. John J. Whiting has been arrested by the state police.
With more than 70,000 National Grid accounts still without power, elected officials throughout the region are callingRead More
After the ringing of the doorbell, the door slowly cracked open.
A middle-aged woman appeared, her hair hidden under aRead More