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Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage—Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued…

Peace Flag Project to Host Rhode Island Month of Peace in September—The Peace Flag Project will host over 30…

Don’t Miss: Fall Newport Secret Garden Tours—The Benefactors of the Arts will present a…

Fall Activities for the Whole Family—Mark your calendars for the best activities of…

Skywatching: Seagrave Memorial Observatory Centennial (1914-2014)—Skyscrapers, Inc., the Amateur Astronomical Society of Rhode…

Friday Financial Five - August 29, 2014—The Tax Foundation has put together a helpful…

RI Resource Recovery Collected 6K Pounds of Clothes—RI Resource Recovery has received more than 6,000…

5 Live Music Musts - August 29, 2014—We’ve got Rhythm and Roots and a whole…

The Cellar: Late Summer Values—While this week saw some fantastic weather there…

 
 
 

Over Half of City’s 2010 Shooting Deaths Remain Unsolved

After the ringing of the doorbell, the door slowly cracked open.

A middle-aged woman appeared, her hair hidden under a

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PODCAST: Over Half of City’s 2010 Shooting Deaths Remain Unsolved

Kevron Poston was one of 11 victims of fatal shootings in Providence in 2010. His case is just one of the unsolved

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Murder in Providence: One Son Saved, the Other Lost

Andy Luna, 19, was a student at the Met School and barbershop worker who had big dreams.

 

Murder in Providence: ‘I Just Want to Get Away from Here’

He was only 26 years old, but, by the standards of the Chad Brown housing complex, Lamarr Trisvane would have been an

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NEW: Cicilline Bringing Top Energy Official To RI

William Bryan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Infrastructure Security & Energy Restoration, for the US Department of Energy

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What If A Major Storm Hits RI?

GoLocalProv asked the experts to explain what kind of impact a severe hurricane might have had on the state.

 
 

Barrington Family Relives Irene Nightmare

It’s safe to say this Barrington family has earned the unfortunate title of the unluckiest people of Hurricane Irene after

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NEW: State Senator Seeks To Raise Car Tax Exemption

State Senator James Sheehan plans to introduce legislation during the 2012 General Assembly session to set the statewide

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BREAKING: National Grid Estimates Time of Repair by Neighborhood

National Grid has advanced their Web tool and are now posting times for each neighborhoods. The times will be comforting

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NEW: Prominent Chafee Supporter Endorses Mayoral Academy

A prominent Governor Chafee supporter is urging the Board of Regents to vote in favor of Achievement First's application

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Top Politico Nightspot Violating City Consent Order

A Charles Street nightspot known for hosting various political fundraisers is coming under fire just days after promoting

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NEW: AG Warns Of Storm Scammers

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin is warning Rhode Island residents to be wary of price gouging and other possible scams

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NEW: Warwick Appoints New Fire Chief

Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian has approved Edmund B. Armstrong III as the city’s next Fire Chief, succeeding Kevin

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Civil Unions Rare In RI So Far

Same-sex Rhode Island couples aren’t exactly lining up to file for Civil Unions, according to the most recent numbers made

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