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Nguyen: Boston Marathon Bomber’s Jury: How Did We Get Here?—After two long and snowy months, a jury…

Friday Financial Five – March 6, 2015—Bloomberg has a report on states opting to…

Sky Chiefs Set to Close Regular Season, Prepare For Playoff Run—Sky Chiefs wrap up season on Sunday against…

5 Live Music Musts - March 6, 2015—Rumor has it that it’s safe to go…

Finneran: MLK, LBJ and Savage Selma—Every white person in America should go see…

NEW: Providence Garbage Collection Postponed Due to Weather—The city of Providence has announced that garbage…

NEW: School Choice Legislation to be Introduced for Education Savings Accounts for RI Families—A bipartisan group of Rhode Island legislators has…

Twin River Announces Acquisition of Newport Grand—Twin River Announces it Will Buy Newport Grand

Kwan Among Four Named by Raimondo to RI Arts Council—Gina Raimondo has announced that Michelle Kwan, Kate…

Bishop: Keeping the Pawtucket Red Sox Without Seeing More Red in Providence—So what ever happened to ‘Meds and Eds’

 
 
 

NEW: Reed Says Budget Cuts Heating Aid by $8 Million

As winter approaches, there is significantly less federal funding available this year for low-income families to get home heating assistance after Congress cut over $1.2 billion...

Fired Worker Suing City: “I’m a Scapegoat”

A former Providence city employee who claims he was wrongfully terminated is suing the city for his job back, GoLocalProv has learned.

NEW: City Reaches Agreement to Save Libraries

The administration of Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has reached an agreement with the two independent organizations that operate the libraries that serve city residents that...

NEW: Occupy Providence Votes to Leave Park

The Occupy Providence encampment in Burnside Park will come to after more than two months after the protesters voted to leave the park in exchange...

GoLocal’s Man and Woman of the Year

GoLocalProv will announce its selection for Woman and Man of the Year.  The editors and reporters reviewed those who had the most impact on...

Critics Question State’s $144 Million Tax Credit Program

With the state’s unemployment on the rise for the first time in two years, critics are questioning the effectiveness of a state program...

NEW: Pawtucket Names New Finance Director

Returning to the city where she once served as chief accountant, Joanna L’Heureux has been named by Mayor Donald R. Grebien as the...

NEW: Chafee Appoints New Interim Head of DMV

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced his appointment of Carole A. Dwyer as Interim Administrator of the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

NEW: Mollis Reminds For-Profit Corporations to File Annual Reports

The beginning of the new year means tens of thousands of companies doing business in Rhode Island must file annual reports with Secretary of State...

NEW: Court to Review Pleau Murder Case

A majority of the active judges for the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals have voted to consider the case of Jason Wayne Pleau,...

Julia Steiny: International Charter School a Real Success

Julia Steiny breaks down one of the hidden gems of Rhode Island's education system.

Sen. Reed’s Christmas Gift for Homeless: $4.6 Million in Aid

Senator Jack Reed Tuesday announced Rhode Island will receive $4.6 million in federal Continuum of Care funding to combat homelessness.

NEW: Chafee Appoints Budget Commission for East Providence

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced today that Department of Revenue (DOR) Director Rosemary Booth Gallogly will appoint a five-member budget commission to help assist the...

BREAKING: George Zainyeh to Replace Pat Rogers as Chafee Chief of Staff

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced that, effective January 13, 2012, his Chief of Staff and Executive Counsel Patrick A. Rogers will be returning to the practice...

RI’s Colleges Cashing in from Credit Card Companies

Credit card companies dished out nearly $1.5 million to Rhode Island’s colleges and alumni associations in 2009 and 2010 in exchange for valuable information that includes...

NEW: Occupy Protesters to Vote on Leaving Burnside Park

The Occupy Providence protesters will vote Wednesday on whether to leave their encampment in Burnside Park in exchange for the city opening up a temporary...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Wall: Unions Protect our Rights and Freedoms

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Wall challenges Travis Rowley's critcism of public employee unions.

RIPEC Report: RI Schools Improving, but Still Behind

A new report from the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council finds the state has made gains in education, but still trails much of New England...

BREAKING: Community Activist to Challenge State Rep. Mike Tarro in District 8

First-term State Rep. Michael Tarro will have a challenger next fall, GoLocalProv has confirmed.

NEW: Warwick Fire Dept. Getting Thermal Imaging Cameras

U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse today announced $16,200 in federal funding for the West Warwick Fire Department to purchase two new thermal imaging...

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