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Smart Benefits: Large Employers May Have to Report Pay Data—Smart Benefits: Large Employers May Have to Report…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Fitzpatrick: What Buddy Cianci Taught Me—Guest MINDSETTER™ Fitzpatrick: What Buddy Cianci Taught Me

Providence Geeks to Host Co-Founders of Focal Upright on Wednesday—Providence Geeks to Host Co-Founders of Focal Upright…

20 Romantic Valentine’s Day Dates—25 Romantic Valentine's Day Dates

#11 PC Falls to #3 Villanova 72-60—NEW: #11 PC Falls to #3 Villanova 72-60

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Dreams Come True—Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Dreams Come True

Guest MINDSETTER™ Jared Moffat: Tax Marijuana in RI, Not Medicine—Guest MINDSETTER™Moffat: “We Should Tax Marijuana, But Not…

New Budget and Fantasy Sports Legislation: This Week at The State House—New Budget and Fantasy Sports Legislation: This Week…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Santos: Governor Raimondo’s Toll Road to Washington—Guest MINDSETTER™ Santos: Porkulus Lite, Governor Raimondo’s Toll…

The City in Every State With the Cheapest Rent—The City in Every State With the Cheapest…

 
 
 

PODCAST: Make RI Right To Work

Financial expert EJ Smith talks to Helen about how being a right to work state could make RI "The Hong Kong of New England".

NEW: Girl Hospitalized After Underage Drinking Party at Governor Chafee’s Home

A teenage girl was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning following a May party at the Exeter home of Governor Chafee, a local radio station is reporting.

Providence has Dished Out $22 Million in Police/Fire Overtime Since July 2010

The capital city has spent more than $22 million to cover public safety overtime costs in less than two years, with the overwhelming majority of funds...

NEW: Legislation Enacted to Promote Virtual Education in RI

Online learning has become an important aspect in the delivery and effectiveness of education in the United States. The value of virtual learning, now and...

NEW: Death in Burrillville Town Councilman’s Home Not Suspicious, Police Say

The death of a woman in a Burrillville Town Councilman’s home is not considered suspicious, according to Police Major Lareto P. Guglietta.

NEW: Health Insurance Consumer Protection Bills Becomes Law

The General Assembly has approved and the governor has signed legislation to establish health insurance standards consistent with the standards established in the existing federal...

NEW: Expiration Dates Allowed on Gift Cards Donated to Help Charities

Rhode Island has, during the past few years, acted laws to protect consumers who are recipients of gift cards and gift certificates, primarily by prohibiting...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Brendan Doherty: Time for Voters to Tune Out Partisan Rhetoric

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty says rather than accepting a candidate who promises protection from some doomsday scenario, it's time to consider candidate that...

Commissioner Gist Recommends Closure of Failing Providence Charter School

Education Commissioner Deborah Gist is recommending that the Board of Regents close a Providence charter school that has “consistently failed to educate their students...

PODCAST: $22M in Public Safety OT since 2010

The capital city has spent more than $22 million to cover public safety overtime costs in less than two years, with the overwhelming majority of funds...

38 Studios Insider Gets $625k in New Film Tax Credits

The Providence lawyer who pledged more than $14 million in Rhode Island motion picture tax credits that had not actually been issued as collateral in order...

NEW: State Receieves $4 Million for New Student-Data System

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Rhode Island a $4-million grant to develop a comprehensive data system that will encompass data about students...

NEW: Kilmartin and Taveras to Host Foreclosure Workshop

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, in partnership with the Loan Modification Scam Alert campaign, will host a free mortgage foreclosure...

NEW: RI Delegation Announces $10M in Federal Funds for I-95 Viaduct

Rhode Island’s Congressional Delegation today announced that the state will receive new federal funding to help replace the aging Providence Viaduct – a...

NEW: Minimum Wage Hike Will Cost 200 Teen Jobs, Group Says

The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity is projecting that teens will see 200 fewer jobs this year as a result of the minimum wage...

NEW: Chafee Remains Opposed to Death Penalty for Jason Wayne Pleau

Governor Chafee on Monday reaffirmed his opposition to capital punishment, only hours after federal prosecutors indicated they would seek the death penalty against accused murderer...

NEW: Sustainability Ordinance Helps City ‘Go Green’

The Providence City Council has passed an ordinance codifying the position of Sustainability Director, continuing the Council’s many legislative actions to make Providence...

slides: Connected Lawyer’s Million Dollar Movie Projects

The Providence lawyer at the center of the 38 Studios debacle has played a behind-the-scenes role as a producer in over 20 movies in recent years, including...

Senator Reed’s Layoff Prevention Law will Save RI Millions

Rhode Island will save millions as a result of the layoff prevention law, according to Senator Jack Reed.

PODCAST: 38 Insider Gets $625k Tax Credits

The Providence lawyer who pledged more than $14 million in Rhode Island motion picture tax credits that had not actually been issued as collateral in order...

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