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Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not? - September 30, 2016—Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot & Who’s…

RI Security Firm Says Developer Robbins of USG Won’t Pay $23K Bill—RI Security Firm Says Developer Robbins of USG…

10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - September 30, 2016—10 Great Things to do in RI This…

EDITORIAL: Dear Gov. Raimondo, “Why Don’t You Pay Us Girls As Much As Boys”—EDITORIAL: Dear Gov. Raimondo, “Why Won’t You Pay…

Brown & URI Football Set for 35th Governor’s Cup Game—Brown & URI Football Set for 35th Governor's…

RI Airport Corporation Taps Top Airport and Tourism Leader—RI Airport Corporation Taps Top Airport and Tourism…

Finneran: The Bucket List—Finneran: The Bucket List

Developer Getting $3.6M in RI Tax Credits Sued by N. Carolina Town for Backing Out of Project—Developer Getting $3.6M in RI Tax Credits Sued…

NEW: 2 Children in Serious Condition After Car Hits Woman Pushing Stroller on Potters Ave—NEW: 2 Children in Serious Condition After Car…

3 Dead, Over 100 Injured After Train Crashes at New Jersey’s Hoboken Station—3 Dead, Over 100 Injured After Train Crashes…

 
 
 

NEW: $6 Million to Repair Storm Damage at Quonset

U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Representatives Jim Langevin and David Cicilline today joined with Governor Lincoln Chafee to announce $6...

URI Expert: RI Economy Gaining Momentum

Rhode Island’s economic performance in October was the strongest it has been in a “long, long time,” according to a report...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Emily Koo: Too Many Study Commissions Accomplish Nothing

Emily Koo says it's time to change the way the General Assembly handles study commissions.

State Report: Rhode Island Pension Reform & Falling Off the Fiscal Cliff

This week, the State House Report primarily centers on the upcoming pension overhaul lawsuit. Not only will this week’s developments be covered, but...

NEW: Judge Taft-Carter Won’t Recuse Herself From Pension Lawsuit

Rhode Island Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter today said she will not recuse herself from hearing the high-profile pension lawsuit filed by several public employee...

Does Rhode Island’s Pension Reform Law have Any Hope of Survival?

With attorneys expected to ask a Superior Court judge to toss out a lawsuit challenging Rhode Island’s landmark pension overhaul, the state is...

NEW: Retired State Supreme Court Chief Justice Joseph Weisberger Dead at 92

Retired State Supreme Court Chief Justice Joseph R. Weisberger has died, according to Attorney General Peter Kilmartin.

A-Z Pension Guide: The Terms You Need to Know

WIth the state heading to court with organized labor, GoLocalProv breaks down the terms you need to know in order to understand pension reform.

Is it Time to Shorten the Legislative Session?

Ken Block says the time commitment required to serve in the Rhode Island legislature self-selects the type of people who are willing and able to...

Aaron Regunberg: The Terrible Cost of High-Stakes Testing

Aaron Regunberg says it's time time to fundamentally rethink standardized testing in our schools.

The Highest Taxed Fire Districts in RI

Fire districts tax their residents at rates that are all over the map, ranging from nearly $3 per $1,000 in assessed property value to as low as 50...

NEW: Google Lawsuit Helps U.S. Attorney Collect over $512 Million for RI in FY 2012

United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha announced today that his office collected $512,461,182 in Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 related to criminal, civil and asset forfeiture actions, including $500...

NEW: Online Charter School Opening in RI

The YWCA Rhode Island has received the go-ahead from the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) for a groundbreaking online charter school designed for at-risk...

Report: RI Unemployment to Remain Above 9% Until at Least 2014

Rhode Island’s unemployment rate is projected to remain above 9 percent into 2014, according to a new report released by the New England Economic Partnership.

Julia Steiny: The Sad, Sweet Intimacy of A Second Death

Julia Steiny writes about the loss of a loved one.

Providence Council Releases Report on Nightclub Safety

A Providence City Council committee has issued a new report on nightclub safety which makes recommendations to ensure a safe and responsible Providence nightlife.

NEW: Chafee Issues Statement Supporting Pension Negotiations

In the face of opposition from State Treasurer Gina Raimondo, Governor Lincoln Chafee has issued an official statement regarding his desire to pursue negotiations with...

NEW: Treasurer Raimondo Opposes ‘Closed-Door Meetings’ Ahead of Pension Case

With Governor Chafee calling for negotiations with union leaders ahead of a Friday court date, General Treasurer Gina Raimondo today said she is opposed to ...

Providence, Dean Esserman & RISD Named in Police Beating Victim’s $7 Million Suit

The Cape Verdean man who was seen on video being beaten with a flashlight by a Providence Police Officer claims he was "unlawfully arrested, harassed,...

NEW: Whitehouse Provisions Included in Defense Authorization Measure

The U.S. Senate last night passed the National Defense Authorization Act, legislation that will authorize funding for defense programs in the year ahead. Among...

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