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Fall River, New Bedford and Prov Rank Among Worst for Real Estate—Fall River, New Bedford and Prov Rank Among…

Reed, Warren, Sanders and other Senator Express Serious Concerns About Mylan’s Price Hike on EpiPens—Reed, Warren, Sanders and other Senator Express Serious…

Hamilton Star Odom Jr. to Visit URI’s Ryan Center on October 21—Hamilton Star Odom Jr. to Visit URI's Ryan…

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MINDSETTERS™ Rep. Shekarchi & Sen. Archambault: New Law Ensures Officers are Trained in Body & Mind—MINDSETTERS™ Rep. Shekarchi & Sen. Archambault: New Law…

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NEW: Power Expected to be Restored Across State by Friday

National Grid continues to work around the clock to restore electricity and natural gas service to customers in Rhode Island who lost service as a...

Lawmakers Receive Mixed Grades on Environmental Report Card

State lawmakers received a “B-minus” on the biennial Green Report Card released Wednesday by the Environment Council of Rhode Island (ECRI).

Julia Steiny: ‘Zero Tolerance’ Doesn’t Work in Our Schools

Julia Steiny says stigmatized kids will never belong to or cooperate with a community that looks down on them.

GoLocalProv & 920WHJJ Team to Provide Most Comprehensive Election Coverage

If politics is your favorite sport, GoLocalProv and 920WHJJ are teaming up to bring you the most comprehensive pre and post game coverage you&rsquo...

NEW: Rhode Island to Receive $3 Million Federal Aid for Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Governor Lincoln Chafee announced this morning that U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has approved the quick release of $3 million in emergency relief funds for...

NEW: Central Falls Mayoral Candidate Diossa Endorsed by Senator Reed

United States Senator Jack Reed today officially announced his endorsement of City Councilman James A. Diossa for mayor of Central Falls.

NEW: Speaker Fox Files Another Board of Elections Complaint

House Speaker Gordon Fox has file a complaint with the Board of Elections after his Independent opponent Mark Binder failed to report a $2,000 ad buy...

NEW: Reed Extends Application Deadline for U.S. Service Academy Nominations

U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today announced that the deadline for students seeking his military Academy Nomination will be extended from October 31st to...

NEW: National Grid Restores Power for 50% of Customers Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Restoration and repair work continues across Rhode Island. By mid-morning on Wednesday, October 31, National Grid had restored power to more than 74,000 homes and businesses, or...

NEW: General Peter Kilmartin Warns Not to Inflate Prices After Hurricane

As Rhode Islanders continue to clean up from super storm Sandy and a state of emergency is still in effect, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin...

Dan Lawlor: Natural Disasters are Moments to Define Us

Dan Lawlor says Hurricane Sandy gives everyone the opportunity to come together and help.

NEW: Cicilline and Doherty in Dead Heat

First-term Congressman David Cicilline leads Republican candidate Brendan Doherty by just one point, according to a poll released Tuesday by WPRI.

video: NEW: Brutal GOP Ad Attacks Cicilline

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is again attacking incumbent Congressman David Cicilline for representing rapists and murderers when he was defense lawyer over two...

video: NEW: Cicilline’s New Ad Ties Doherty to National GOP

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) today released an ad that attempts to tie Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty to Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and...

TUESDAY HURRICANE UPDATE: Ghiorse’s Latest, Outages + More

Rhode Island's coastline took a beating on Monday, and the effects are still being felt throughout the state. Photo: James Clayton Sattel.

Hurricane Sandy has already flooded and battered many miles of Rhode Island's coastline. Here's the latest to start your Tuesday in her aftermath.

How City and Towns are Handling Hurricane Sandy

How has each city and town handled Hurricane Sandy? GoLocalProv has updates from every community.

NEW: 2nd and 3rd Shift State Employees Should Report to Work

Second- and third-shift state workers are advised to follow the Adverse Weather Policy in reporting for work later today.

NEW: Hinckley Calls on TV Stations to Pull Sen. Whitehouse Ad

Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley is calling on local television stations to pull what he considered a misleading commercial from incumbent Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.

HURRICANE UPDATE MONDAY EVE: Ghiorse Says More High Winds, Flooding

Hurricane Sandy has made landfall in New Jersey, and Rhode Island can expect more dangerously high winds, such as those that have already slammed the state in places like Barrington, earlier. Photo: Heidi Farmer Piccerelli

Hurricane Sandy has made landfall on the southern New Jersey coast. It came ashore with 90 mph winds and a massive surge of water that inundated...

NEW: Rhode Island Offices Closed for 1st Shift Tuesday

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee has directed that only essential state employees, as determined by their respective agencies, should report to work for first shift tomorrow,...

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