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The Most Expensive Teacher Contracts

Generous sick-day payouts, hidden salary increases, and other additional benefits boost the cost of teacher contracts

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NEW: ACLU—State Police ‘Attack on Transparency’

The Rhode Island ACLU is criticizing the Department of Public Safety for imposing further restrictions on access to public

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New Police Contract: Layoffs, Raises Still Possible

The final version of the new contract for Providence police shows that layoffs of as many as 30 officers are still

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Municipal Bankruptcy: Who’s Next In RI?

Central Falls isn't the only place facing a fiscal emergency. So how close are other cities and towns in the Ocean State

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PODCAST: Rhode to Bankruptcy


As news of Central Falls filing for bankruptcy settles throughout the nation, new questions are arising regarding

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PowerPlayer: Family Services of RI CEO Margaret Holland McDuff

GoLocalProv's latest PowerPlayer is doing more to help children and families than almost anyone in the state. Meet Family

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NEW: Chafee Says Central Falls Should Merge With Pawtucket

Governor Chafee took his opinion on what to do with the bankrupt Central Falls national, telling MSNBC that it should

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Follow Up: Fired Providence Teacher Has Lengthy Arrest Record

The former Providence teacher that is suing the city for back pay and to get his job back has been arrested more than a

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NEW: Public Sector Unions Form New Coalition

Several public sector unions have created a new coalition that will advocate on behalf of public employees in the pension

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NEW: Langevin Calls For Focus On Jobs

Now that Washington lawmakers have reached an agreement on the debt ceiling, Congressman James Langevin is calling on

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Rich in RI - Wild Fluctuations

The number of the wealthiest earners in Rhode Island has greatly fluctuated over the past decade state tax data

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City: School Closures Save at Least $7.7 Million

The city administration yesterday defended the school closures after the former president of the school board suggested

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NEW: Providence Bans Smoking in Some Public Housing

The Tobacco-Free Providence campaign is beginning to pick up steam as the Providence Housing Authority (PHA) is set to

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NEW: DOT Announces Bridge Closure

The Nannaquaket Bridge in Tiverton is scheduled to be closed for one month for construction at the end of the summer.


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