As Providence confronts the worst deficits it has faced in decades, where can Mayor Angel Taveras make the deep cuts inRead More
It’s hard to image an Ocean State without a commercial fishing industry, but one local business owner warns it could happen.
“We’re at a dangerous low level,” said Richard Fuka. If the fleet is diminished any further, Rhode Islanders could see a local heritage industry “slip away” and become “a museum piece,” he says.
Fourteen groups are calling on the Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education to hold off on voting on anyRead More
The Rhode Island League of Charter Schools hosted a Public Charter School Consortium today at the Rhode Island ConventionRead More
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras this morning released the preliminary findings of a mid-year finance report that shows theRead More
Saddled with a crippling budget deficit, newly elected Mayor Angel Taveras fired all 1,926 Providence Public SchoolRead More
The out-of-state, for-profit homes that DCYF uses are being accused of abuse and neglect by one of their former residents.Read More
GoLocalProv has learned that the faculty at RISD planning to hold a no confidence vote today against President John Maeda.Read More
George Caruolo, Governor Lincoln Chafee's nominee for Board of Regents chairman, defended his record and his views onRead More