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Riley: Brexit Slams RI Pension Funds—Riley: Brexit Slams RI Pension Funds

RI Ranks 47th for Patriotism, Is the Ranking Un-American?—RI Ranks 47th for Patriotism, Is the Ranking…

Cianci Foundations Restructured, Merged and Renamed—Cianci Foundations Restructured, Merged and Renamed

Providence Mob Boss DeLuca Arrested by FBI in Florida—NEW: Providence Mob Boss DeLuca Arrested by FBI…

Top Shelf Tuesday - June 28, 2016—Top Shelf Tuesday - June 28, 2016

The Scoop - Jones, Mattiello, DeSimone and Slater All in the News—The Scoop - Jones, Mattiello, DeSimone and Slater…

Organize + Energize: 7 Mini Habits to Practice on a Daily Basis—Organize + Energize: 7 Mini Habits to Practice…

2nd Race The State Set for August 7, 2016—2nd Race The State Set for August 7,…

Horowitz: Military Leaders Making a Difference on Gun Control Debate—Horowitz: Military Leaders Making a Difference on Gun…

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Julia Steiny: Get Creative with Private School Vouchers

Julia Steiny weighs in on school vouchers.

NEW: Cicilline & Doherty Spar Over Campaign Contributions

With less than six weeks before the November election, Congressman David Cicilline and Republican challenger Brendan Doherty are in a war of words over campaign...

Investigation: Whitehouse Spent 89% of Campaign Millions Outside RI, Hinckley 40%

A GoLocalTV investigation into the campaign finance reports for Whitehouse and Hinckley unveils that between the two of them they have spent more than $2.4 million...

1-in-5 Providence Teachers Missed At Least 20 Days of School Last Year

Over 20 percent of Providence Public School teachers missed at least a month of school during the 2011/12 school year, a GoLocalProv review of attendance records shows.

NEW: Mayor Taveras has 60 Percent Approval in Providence, Poll Finds

Despite 86 percent of Providence voters saying they do not believe the city is recovering well from the recession, Mayor Angel Taveras has increased his approval...

NEW: ACLU Urges Supreme Court To Review Jason Pleau Death Penalty Case

The Rhode Island ACLU has today filed a “friend of the court” brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, supporting Governor Lincoln Chafee...

NEW: Gist Has Surgery to Remove Brain Tumor

Education Commissioner Deborah Gist had surgery to remove what was believed to be a benign brain tumor today, according to Governor Chafee’s office.

Will a Revamped EDC Turn Rhode Island Around?

The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (EDC) should be renamed and should take a more “customer-centric” approach to stimulating the state’s...

Dan Lawlor: Rhode Island Needs a Larger General Assembly

Dan Lawlor makes the case for increasing the size of the legislature in Rhode Island.

NEW: Independent Candidate Abel Collins Picks Up Endorsement from Former Langevin Opponent

Independent 2nd Congressional district candidate Abel Collins today picked up an endorsement from the man Congressman Jim Langevin defeated in last week’s Democratic...

Should the Next Mayor be the Last Mayor for Central Falls?

A former Mayor, a former Police Chief and a popular young Councilman have thrown their hats in the ring as candidates hoping to succeed Charles...

video: NEW: Cicilline Commercial Links Brendan Doherty & Mitt Romney

A new campaign commercial released by Congressman David Cicilline takes Republican candidate Brendan Doherty to task for saying he believes Presidential candidate Mitt Romney would...

PREVIEW: Investigation by GoLocalTV Looks at How Much RI Candidates Spend in Campaign Funds

From U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse to Republican House Challenger Mike Riley, everyone is talking about growing jobs in Rhode Island. Between the two races...

NEW: Board of Regents Seeking New Volunteers to Serve on school Boards of Trustees

The Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education is seeking volunteers to serve on four school Boards of Trustees.

Progressive Groups Say Koch Brothers are Attacking Rhode Island

Activists, union leaders and concerned citizens took to Kennedy Plaza Monday to warn that a national agenda put forth by billionaires Charles and David Koch...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Tony Jones: The Case for Instant-Runoff Voting

Instant-runoff voting (or IRV) is a voting system used for single winner elections in which voters can rank candidates in order of their preference.

NEW: SAT Scores Dip in Rhode Island

Participation among Rhode Island students on the College Board SAT and AP exams is increasing, but SAT scores have declined this year, according to the...

NEW: Doherty Pledges to Reject Efforts to Cut Benefits for Seniors

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty today pledged to reject any effort to cut “Social Security and Medicare benefits” for senior citizens and accused...

600 Rhode Island Janitors Poised to Strike

Approximately 14,000 New England janitors – 600 in Rhode Island— will go on strike if a new contract isn’t reached before Sept. 30, the Service...

NEW: Rhode Island Gas Prices Drop Three Cents

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down three cents this week, following last week’s dramatic ten cent jump, according to AAA Southern New...

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