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Auditor Questions Savings In Fire Contract

The Providence City Council Finance Committee continued to vet the tentative agreement between the city and the

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NEW: State Loans $5M to YMCA

The state has approved $5 million in tax-exempt bonds to the YMCA of Pawtucket, the Rhode Island Economic Development

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NEW: Grocery Store in Hot Water with Health Department

A South County food store has been put on probation after Health Department inspections turned up a slew of

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NEW: Worries over RIPTA Route Cutback in Northern RI

Local state senators and representatives will host a public hearing regarding RIPTA’s plan to reduce frequency of Route 9

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Providence Spends Millions On Workers’ Comp Payouts

Nearly a quarter of the 54 Providence city employees currently receiving workers’ compensation have been doing so for at

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PODCAST: Lengthy Workers’ Comp Payments Hurt City

Workers' compensation in Providence has come under scrutiny after GoLocalProv learned that 13 city workers have been

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Panel Will Set New Rules For Criminal Interrogations

A new task force will be created to determine when criminal interrogations should be recorded electronically, according to

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New Study: RI’s Suburban Schools Trail Nation In Advanced Programs

A new analysis of the nation’s schools found that Rhode Island falls below the national average for offering high-level

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City Doles Out Pay Raises To Select Employees

The city of Providence dished out over $35,000 in raises to several city employees –including three director-level

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video: UPDATED: Bruce Sundlun Dies at 91, Tributes from Civic Leaders

Former Rhode Island Governor Bruce Sundlun has died today, July 21, at the age of 91.
Governor, lawyer, corporate

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PODCAST: City Doles Out Pay Raises to Select Employees

Dan McGowan checks in with WHJJ's Helen Glover and talks about the $35,000 in raises dished out to several city employees

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Bruce Sundlun Dies at 91: Rhode Island Remembers

As Rhode Islanders gathered last night online and elsewhere to share the news that former Governor Bruce Sundlun had died,

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Remembering Sundlun: A Reporter’s Recollection

Bruce Sundlun died last night. So many Rhode Islanders have memories. I have mine. It's a day in October, 1991, when he

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Unemployed Rhode Islanders: 30 Percent Out Of Work Over One Year

On the same day the Department of Labor and Training announced that the state’s unemployment rate had dropped to 10.8

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