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NEW: Fogarty, Keable Working with Save the Lakes

Sen. Paul W. Fogarty and Rep. Cale P. Keable met recently with Save the Lakes, a statewide coalition of lake associations and individuals interested in...

Unemployment Rate Drops to 10.8 Percent

Rhode Island has the fewest number of jobs based in the state since April 1998, according to the July employment figures released today by the Department...

Aaron Regunberg: Don’t Close the Pawtucket Network RI Office

Aaron Regunberg says closing Pawtucket's Network Rhode Island office can only be seen as one more slap in the face for folks who are...

NEW: Gemma’s Private Investigation Firm has Ties to State Police

The private investigation firm hired by Anthony Gemma to look into voter fraud and Congressman David Cicilline is run by several former State Troopers, multiple...

BREAKING: Gemma Hired Private Investigator to Look at Cicilline; Press Conference Scheduled

Democratic Congressional candidate Anthony Gemma will hold a press conference next Wednesday to explain why his campaign has hired a private investigation firm to look...

INVESTIGATION: Raimondo Lobbied for Venture Pal’s Business

General Treasurer Gina Raimondo last year found potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars of work in Rhode Island for a financial literacy program run by...

NEW: Whitehouse Tours Cumberland Manufacturing Business

Last week, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse began a month-long jobs tour of the state to hear from small business owners and employees about what they need...

Julia Steiny: Time to Change the Way We Teach Algebra

Julia Steiny says schools need to see the value of computer science as a compelling teaching strategy.

NEW: WPRO’s DePetro Suspended

630 WPRO talk show host John DePetro has been suspended after giving an interview to progressive political blog Rhode Island’s Future.

18 Taxpayer-Funded Loans are Still at Least 500 Days Past Due

The taxpayer-funded loan program run by the city of Providence still had 18 loan recipients that were at least 500 days behind on their payments as of...

NEW: Report Says State’s Economic Recovery is Slowing

The Rhode Island Current Economic Indicator (CEI) for the second quarter of 2012 indicates Rhode Island’s economic growth slowed significantly over the first half...

NEW: Langevin to Talk Jobs, Economy During Westerly Community Day

At a series of stops in Westerly on Thursday, August 16, 2012, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will address priorities for rebuilding the economy and strengthening the middle...

NEW: Over 300 Women Join to Launch ‘Women for Cicilline’

On the heels of endorsements from two powerful national women’s groups, the Cicilline for Congress campaign rolled out a “Women for Cicilline...

Top Democratic Social Club Received Low-Interest Loan from PEDP

A prominent Democratic social club in Providence’s Silver Lake neighborhood was a recipient of a taxpayer-funded loan through the Providence Economic Development Partnership ...

NEW: Rep. Medina Arrested

Embattled State Rep. Leo Medina this morning was arrested on eight misdemeanor counts of unauthorized practice of law.

NEW: RIC & Teach For America Launch Teacher Certification Partnership

Rhode Island College’s Feinstein School of Education and Human Development and Teach For America announced today that they are launching a teacher certification...

NEW: Community Groups Oppose Councilman’s Curfew Suggestion

Six community and civil rights organizations have urged the Providence City Council to reject a proposal from Councilman Davian Sanchez to institute a nighttime curfew...

NEW: Report Praises Cicilline Proposal to Establish Make it in America Block Grant

David Cicilline's Make It In America Block Grant Program has “great promise,” according to a new analysis from the Brookings Institution

NEW: Gas Prices Spike by 7 Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up seven cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

Report Says Subsidies for Junk Food Costs Rhode Islanders Millions

Rhode Island taxpayers spend millions each year subsidizing junk food additives like high fructose corn syrup, according to a report released last month by the...

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