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Report: Preston Murphy Leaving URI for Boston College—Preston Murphy Leaves URI for Boston College

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PC Athletics gets high marks—Friar winter sports #1 among Big East schools...

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John Perilli: Peter Neronha, US Attorney & Rising Political Star?—He could be tough to beat...

NEW: Kate Simons Joins Shawmut Design as New Project Manager—Will manage construction projects for state's top hospitals

Local Songwriter Parodies Gordon Fox and Calamari Legislation—Check out these political parodies for yourself

 
 
 

NEW: Providence Firefighters Asked to Take Pay Cuts

The City of Providence has asked firefighters to give up several raises, take a pay cut, and forgo other benefits, union

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NEW: Central Falls Superintendent Speaks Out on Teacher Assault

Central Falls Superintendent Frances Gallo this morning denied that teachers are being discouraged from reporting violent

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NEW: Former Radio Host Admits Role in Insurance Fraud Scheme

Former LiteRock 105 host Tanya Cruise will plead guilty to her role in an insurance fraud scheme, according to an

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NEW: Marijuana Decriminalization Bill before Senate Committee Today

A bill that that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana will come before the Senate Judiciary Committee today.

 
 

Violence on the Rise at Central Falls Schools

One teacher and a staff member at the Calcutt Middle School in Central Falls were attacked by a student last week—a sign

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RI Pension Crisis—How Can It Be Fixed?

General Treasurer Gina Raimondo yesterday outlined a whole array of potential sweeping changes to the state pension fund

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NEW: Raimondo—Pension Reform Needed to Avoid Budget Disaster

General Treasurer Gina Raimondo pleaded for comprehensive pension reform Monday afternoon, warning that inaction would

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NEW: Rhode Island Second in Nation for Profiting from ‘Sin’

Rhode Island is second only to Nevada when it comes to profiting from sin, according to 24/7 Wall Street, an online

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PowerPlayer: Lynn Singleton

If you’ve ever seen an incredible show at the Providence Performing Arts Center, you’ve got Lynn Singleton to thank. For

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Langevin: RI Must Invest In Transportation

With federal programs facing across the board cuts, it shouldn’t come as much of surprise that transportation funding also

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Brown Spends $44 million Buying Property

Brown University is unwilling to step up to the plate and help the city of Providence in its time of need despite

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poll: Should Central Falls Be Merged?

The City of Central Falls is insolvent. It is being run by an overseer and the schools are in constant distress. A recent

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Homeless Advocates Call for Immediate Action

Rhode Island homelessness advocates say the state has a crisis on its hands with emergency winter shelters closing and

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NEW: Central Falls – No Explanation for MIA Administrators

The chair of the Board of Trustees for the Central Falls School District responded yesterday to a GoLocalProv report that

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