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Weiss: Sensible Advice from Seasoned Folk to the Class of 2015—Sensible Advice from Seasoned Folk to the Class…

Stiffer Penalties For Hit & Run Drivers, Good Samaritan Law Expansion: This Week at the State House—Performance based funding for public colleges, stiffer penalties…

Reading With Robin: Loved it Hard, Love it Soft—One of my favorite things about sharing special…

RI Beauty Expert: Chic Styling – Getting White Right—Summer’s unofficial opening day is upon us. If…

Matt Fecteau: Let’s Talk About Online Voting—The United States should discuss, and debate whether…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory—The most enduring sense is smell. We are…

RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in Country—RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in…

Most Traveled, Deficient Bridges in RI - See The List—The American Road and Transportation Builders Association recently…

Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - May 22, 2015—Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Luis Vargas: Rhode Island Families Deserve a Choice—I doubt many if any of you know…

 
 
 

Dan Lawlor: Time to End Homelessness in Providence

Dan Lawlor explains that Providence needs to address its chronic homelessness problem.

NEW: City Employee Charged With Selling Traffic Signs

The brother of the city’s acting director of public property has been charged with selling more than a dozen traffic signs as scrap...

NEW: Public Health Think Tank at State House Wednesday

Rep. Teresa Tanzi and Sen. Juan Pichardo will host the sixth annual Health Policy Legislative Forum Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in...

NEW: Mollis to Launch Mobile Voter ID Units Tuesday

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis will kick-off a statewide campaign to implement the state's new Voter ID law with a visit to the...

NEW: Gas Prices Up 1 Cent

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up one cent this week, the sixth consecutive week of increases, according to AAA Southern New England.

PowerPlayer: Providence Councilwoman Sabina Matos

This week’s PowerPlayer is Providence City Councilwoman Sabina Matos. Councilwoman Matos was kind enough to chat with us about her first year on...

NEW: State Dem. Party Chair Blasts Brendan Doherty

A day after Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty ripped Congressman David Cicilline for his handling of city finances while he was Mayor, state Democratic Party chairman...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dan Lawlor: Providence Schools are Broken. Literally.

Quality public school buildings in the United States of America should be a baseline, a non-exceptional baseline for all our children.

NEW: Doherty Calls for Tax Exempts to Pay Fair Share in Providence

Brendan Doherty, candidate for Congress from Rhode Island’s first Congressional district today called on Brown University and other non-profit property holders within the...

NEW: Rhode Island’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Threatened by CDC Budget Cuts

Without immediate intervention by President Obama, the Rhode Island Department of Health’s Lead and Healthy Homes Program, along with 34 other state health departments,...

Taveras Police Detail Costs Providence $500k

The City of Providence shelled out $500,000 for a four-officer police detail for Mayor Angel Taveras last year, double what the state spends on security for...

Providence Going Broke: What Next for the Capital City?

The city of Providence nearly ran out of cash in December and is staring down an approximate $30 million deficit in the current fiscal year, city...

video: NEW: Hinckley Ad Spoofs Senator Whitehouse

The Barry Hinckley for US Senate campaign today released a web video spoof highlighting Sheldon Whitehouse's disconnect with average voters in light of the...

NEW: House Votes Down Cicilline Jobs Amendment

With unemployment continuing to hover at 10.8% in Rhode Island, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives rejected an amendment offered today by U.S. Congressman David Cicilline ...

NEW: RISC Praises Taveras for Confronting City’s Fiscal Crisis

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition (RISC) is commending Providence Mayor Angel Taveras for confronting the widening fiscal crisis facing Providence and for the plan of...

NEW: City Council Establishes New Subcommittee on Women & Healthy Communities

At the February 2nd meeting of the Providence City Council, Council President Michael Solomon (Ward Five) announced the creation of a new Women and Healthy...

Aaron Regunberg: The Story Achievement First Doesn’t Want You to Hear

A day after the Board of Regents voted in favor of Achievement First, Aaron Regunberg offers a letter that explains why the school should not...

NEW: Board of Regents Approves Achievement First Mayoral Academy

The Board of Regents voted five to four today to approve the application for an Achievement First Mayoral Academy in Providence submitted last September by...

NEW: Speaker Fox Says Legislature Could Force Tax-Exempts to Pay Up

House Speaker Gordon Fox said for the first time Thursday that the General Assembly may consider legislation that would force tax-exempt institutions to pay some...

Providence Schools in Crisis: 37% of Students are ‘Chronically Absent’

Nearly two in five Providence students – 9,074 in total – were absent for at least ten percent of the school year in 2010/11, according to data...

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