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Merger of Education Boards May be Placed on Hold

Lawmakers are being asked to consider postponing a plan that would merge the Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education and the Board of...

NEW: Tassoni Urges Governor to Fix What’s Wrong at DLT

Sen. John J. Tassoni Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Smithfield, North Smithfield) said today he is issuing an urgent plea to Gov. Lincoln Chafee to fill vacant positions...

NEW: Kim A. Ripoli Named Associate Director of Veterans Affairs

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced his appointment of Kim A. Ripoli to the position of Associate Director of Veterans Affairs. Ripoli will coordinate efforts...

Guest MINDSETTERS™ Renee Aloisio & Kate Kennedy: The Power of Women’s Leadership

Renee Aloisio & Kate Kennedy says some companies are making serious investments is promoting women, while others have yet to take full advantage of the...

NEW: Central Falls to Emerge from Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy court judge today approved a plan that would Central Falls to emerge from bankruptcy.

Providence Police Union—Hispanic Festivals Leading to ‘Anarchy’ on City Streets

The Providence police union is warning that the violence that erupts every year on Broad Street after two key Hispanic festivals is spiraling out of...

UPDATE: Cicilline, Gemma, Doherty Come Out Against Sakonnet River Bridge Toll

It looks like incumbent Congressman David Cicilline and Republican challenger Brendan Doherty can agree on one thing: There is no place for tolls on the...

NEW: Governor Chafee Named to NGA Education and Workforce Committee

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee was named to the National Governors Association (NGA) Education and Workforce Committee by NGA Chair Delaware Gov. Jack Markell and NGA...

NEW: Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) Distributes $1.94 Million in Profits

Municipal officials from across the state gathered at the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) today, each to accept their share of the profit, $1.94 million,...

Julia Steiny: The Secret Weapon for RI’s Top Elementary School

Julia Steiny explains how a tiny Tiverton school became the best in the state.

NEW: Marriage Equality Group Endorses 19 Candidates

Fight Back RI, the political action committee formed by Marriage Equality Rhode Island, has endorsed 19 Democratic candidates ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

10 Most Expensive Primary Races in RI

With less than a week to go before the Sept. 11 primary, GoLocalProv breaks down the ten most expensive primary races of 2012.

NEW: Woonsocket Funeral Home Owner Pleads Guilty to 30 Counts of Embezzlement

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin announced that Todd Lauzon today pleaded guilty to 30 counts of embezzlement in an pre-paid funeral services scheme. Superior Court Associate Justice...

NEW: Top Federal Fisheries Officials to Meet with RI Fishing Community

Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation today announced that the top regional officials from the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) will be in Rhode Island...

poll: Are You Better Off Than You Were Four Years Ago?

In 1980, when Ronald Reagan was challenging President Jimmy Carter for the Presidency, he asked the now iconic question, “Are you better off than you...

NEW: Pawtucket, Central Falls Communities Protest Closing of netWORKri

A group of activists from the unemployment advocacy organization Where’s the Work joined with other concerned members of the Pawtucket and Central Falls...

Dan Lawlor: What Manchester, NH Gets Right that We Don’t

Dan Lawlor took a trip to Machester, NH recently and reports back on what that city is doing right.

Will Governor Chafee Join the Democratic Party?

Should Governor Chafee join the Democratic Party? If he wants to re-election in 2014, experts say no.

NEW: Chariho Teachers File Unfair Labor Practice Complaint

In a late Labor Day meeting, Chariho teachers voted to return to work today despite actions by the School Committee that local union leaders call...

NEW: RISC Unveils Taxpayers’ Issues Platform

The Rhode Island Statewide Coalition (RISC) is unveiling a 3-piece voter information package for the 2012 campaigns for General Assembly that is designed to identify pro-taxpayer...

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