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

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

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…

21-Time Emmy Winner, West, to Speak at Wheeler on Women’s Movement—21-Time Emmy Winner, West, to Speak at Wheeler…

Fit For Life: Jobs—In these times, so many people are looking…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Patience is Virtuous—Good grief, will the snow ever melt?

RI Beauty Expert: Choosing a New Spring Raincoat—Gone are the days when spring meant a…

Huestis: Reason for the Season(s)—Folklore tells us that March comes in like…

 
 
 

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...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Wall: Unions Protect our Rights and Freedoms

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Wall challenges Travis Rowley's critcism of public employee unions.

RIPEC Report: RI Schools Improving, but Still Behind

A new report from the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council finds the state has made gains in education, but still trails much of New England...

BREAKING: Community Activist to Challenge State Rep. Mike Tarro in District 8

First-term State Rep. Michael Tarro will have a challenger next fall, GoLocalProv has confirmed.

NEW: Warwick Fire Dept. Getting Thermal Imaging Cameras

U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse today announced $16,200 in federal funding for the West Warwick Fire Department to purchase two new thermal imaging...

PowerPlayer: Providence Councilman Seth Yurdin

This week’s PowerPlayer is Providence City Council Majority Leader Seth Yurdin. Mr. Yurdin was kind enough to chat with GoLocalProv about the highs...

NEW: Gas Prices Down Again this Week

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down for the fifth straight week, paving the way for cheaper holiday auto travel, according to AAA Southern New...

Lobbyist Spending Exploded in November

Pension reform pushers, a car rental company and the gaming industry were among the biggest spenders of the more than 60 companies that paid lobbyists in...

$50 Million in New Funds: What it Means for RI Schools

For the second time in two years, Rhode Island has won a major federal grant to improve schools across the state.

UPDATED: Massive Layoffs at Troubled ProCAP

The embattled Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) will lay off 20 employees, GoLocalProv has learned.

Providence Goes to War over Charter Schools

Education reformers and traditional public school proponents are engaged in a battle over two proposed Mayoral Academies the city hopes to open in 2013 and 2014.

NEW: RI Wins $50 million in Race to the Top Funds

Today, after the White House announced Rhode Island will receive up to $50 million in federal Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge funds to help...

Unemployment Rate Spikes in Rhode Island

The unemployment rate has increased for the first time in two years, up one-tenth of a point in November, according to the Rhode Island Department...

NEW: Sen. Whitehouse Thanks Troops as War in Iraq Ends

Senator Whitehouse today issued a statement thanking the troops and praising President Obama for bringing an end to the war.

Providence - The Top 40 Delinquent Taxpayers

From a former chancellor for Brown University to one of the largest utility companies in the country, find out who are the top 40 tax delinquents...

Voter ID Laws Under Federal Review

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is making recently passed voter ID laws a top priority, raising questions about whether the Obama administration will sue...

Julia Steiny: Protecting Kids into Incompetence

Julia Steiny says it''s time for adults to deal with that fact that childhood is a great time to learn that conflict is a...

NEW: DEM Poised to Shutdown Recycling Facility

The Department of Environmental Management issued today a Notice of Intent to suspend the license of an East Providence recycling facility. 

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