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NEW: Reed Introduces Project Rebuild Act

U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) this week joined officials from Rhode Island’s Office of Housing and Community Development; Rhode Island Housing; HousingWorks...

NEW: House to Vote on Newport Grand Table Game Referendum Today

The House is poised to consider a bill on Tuesday, March 6, at 4 p.m. that would allow casino gaming at Newport Grand with voter approval...

Dan Lawlor: Time to Fix Gilbert Stuart Middle School

Dan Lawlor says the more the city continues to defer maintenance of public school buildings, the greater the costs will be in the future

NEW: Prayer Banner Removed at Cranston West

The controversial prayer banner at Cranston High School West has officially been removed, officials announce today.

NEW: Hyers to Manage Congressman Cicilline’s Reelection Campaign

Eric Hyers, who ran Congressman David Cicilline 2010 campaign, will again serve as Cicilline's campaign manager for the 2012 election, according to an e-mail sent out...

NEW: Neronha Will Not Discuss Compassion Center Legislation

US Attorney Peter Neronha said today that the Department of Justice has no intention of discussing legislation that would allow medical marijuana compassion centers to...

NEW: Gas Prices Up 3 Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up three cents this week, the tenth consecutive week of increases, according to AAA Southern New England.

NEW: State Unemployment Drops to 10.9 percent

The state's unemployment rate has dropped below 11 percent for the first time since June 2009, according to the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training.

PowerPlayer: State Rep. Chris Blazejewski

This week’s PowerPlayer is State Rep. Chris Blazejewski. Rep. Blazejewski was kind enough to chat with GoLocalProv about life on Smith Hill and...

Providence VS Retirees: Will an Agreement be Reached?

Mayor Angel Taveras on Saturday called for Providence’s retirees to share in the sacrifices needed to address the structural budget deficit that threatens...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Mary Ann Sorrentino: The Women are Right Here

Mary Ann Sorrentino says it's time to bring this informed consent" insanity to its logical conclusion.

Providence Retirees Brace for Meeting with Mayor Taveras

Mayor Angel Taveras will meet today with retirees for a town hall-style meeting to explain just how severe the city's fiscal conditions are, a...

NEW: RISD Extends President Maeda’s Contract

The Board of Trustees of the Rhode Island School of Design and President John Maeda have agreed to extend President Maeda’s contract through...

video: New Brown President Addresses City Finances

The incoming Brown University President addresses the city's fiscal situation.

EXCLUSIVE: Princeton’s Paxson to be New Brown President

Christina H. Paxson will be named successor to outgoing Brown President Ruth Simmons.

Princeton University's Christina H. Paxson will replace Ruth Simmons at the 19th President of Brown University, multiple sources tell GoLocalProv.

Lawmakers Hope to Push Back Teacher Layoff Notification Date

Support is growing for a law that would move the date for teachers to receive layoff notices back from March 1 to June 1 after the Woonsocket...

NEW: Cicilline Congratulates New Brown President

U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI), a 1983 alumnus of Brown University, issued the following statement after learning that Dr. Christina H. Paxson, currently the Hughes...

NEW: Sen. Whitehouse’s Office Posts Online Map Showing RI Medicare Doughnut Hole Savings

In 2010, as part of the health care reform law (the Affordable Care Act), U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) helped lead the successful fight to...

Rhode Island Sees Largest Spike in Uninsured Residents in the Country

The percentage of residents living without health insurance in Rhode Island has grown more than any other state in the country since 2008, according to Gallup...

NEW: Agreement Reached to Open Compassion Centers

Legislative leaders and the sponsors of legislation to allow compassion centers to distribute medical marijuana have reached an agreement with Gov. Lincoln Chafee that will...

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