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NEW: Gas Prices Drop 3 Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down three cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

Dan Lawlor: Rhode Island Needs More than 1 Political Party

Dan Lawlor weighs in on the struggles to find a viable second Party in Rhode Island.

LISTEN: PEDP Loan Recipients Also Stiffed State for Nearly $1 Million

A failed custom wheel designer, a recycling company, a manufacturing business and a politically connected nightclub that never repaid hundreds of thousands of dollars in...

Rhode Island has 4th Largest Average Student Loan Debt in Country

The average college graduate from the class of 2011 in Rhode Island left school with nearly $30,000 in student loan debt, according to a report released last...

URI Expert: RI Economy Following ‘Stop and Go’ Pattern

Rhode Island’s economy is following a “stop and go” pattern that has left the state unable to sustain and extend momentum...

NEW: Petreaus Resignation Could Trigger Reed to CIA, According to Report

CIA Director General David Petreaus' resignation has a number of Rhode Island connections and some possible profound impacts. Petreaus has a close relationship with Rhode...

State Report: Election Recap & Revamping the Board of Elections

Not surprisingly, this week's State House Report focuses on Tuesday’s election, which saw Rep. Cicilline and House Speaker Fox get re-elected, table...

Dan Lawlor: Providence’s Most Forgotten About Neighborhood

Dan Lawlor takes a look at a troubled neighborhood in Providence.

The Highest Taxed Communities for 2013

Property taxes continue to rise across Rhode Island, increasing in approximately two thirds of the cities and towns over the last year, according to new...

NEW: Chafee Announces Next Step in Plan to Maximize Economic Strengths

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced the latest in a multi-agency effort to develop an integrated approach to economic development. This effort will compile economic...

GoLocal on WHJJ: The Highest Taxed Communities of 2013

Property taxes continue to rise across Rhode Island, increasing in approximately two thirds of the cities and towns over the last year, according to new...

NEW: Sen. Reed Announces $22.8 Million for RI Winter Heat Aid

U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today announced that the Obama Administration is releasing $3.1 billion in low-income heating assistance funds under the Fiscal Year 2013 Continuing...

NEW: Paiva Weed Will Be Senate President Again

The Rhode Island Senate’s Democrats gave their unanimous endorsement to the reelection of M. Teresa Paiva Weed to the Office of President of...

NEW: Rep. Medina Arrested Again

Embattled State Rep. Leo Medina was arrested last week and charged with two counts each of 1) Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses, 2) Unauthorized Holdout as Qualified...

NEW: Feds Warn of Hurricane Sandy Fraud

In the aftermath of recent storm damage and flooding from Hurricane Sandy in Rhode Island, United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha, the Department of Justice,...

Julia Steiny: When a School Makes Itself Useful To Business

Julia Steiny profiles a the successful Blackstone Regional Vocational Technical School.

Same-Sex Marriage Supporters Tout Victories in Election

Rhode Island will see more same-sex marriage supporters in its legislature than at any point in history in 2013, according to Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI)...

NEW: National Grid ‘Ready’ for Nor’easter, Tells RI to Prepare

National Grid says it's ready for this afternoon's storm, and cautions Rhode Islanders to prepare. Photo: National Grid.

National Grid is ready to respond to any power outages that may occur as a result of the high winds, heavy rain, and even some...

LIVE: Crowdwire Social Media Exit Poll

RI native and NYTimes Best Selling Author Bill Powers has teamed with MIT's spinoff Bluefin Labs to create Crowdwire.org.  The innovative platform...

NEW: DEM Praises Voters for Approving Environmental Bonds

Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit today praised Rhode Island voters for their commitment to investing in clean water, green space and Narragansett Bay...

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