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Rhode Island Foundation to Offer $25,000 Grants to Composers—The Rhode Island Foundation will offer MacColl Johnson…

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Worcester Art Museum Announces Free Admission During August—To celebrate the last month of summer, the…

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31st Annual Black Ships Festival Gala—The Japan-America Society and Black Ships Festival of…

BankRI Launches Seven Week Food Drive—Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will host a 7-week…

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Top Conservative Group Implodes

The Ocean State Policy Research Institute—the state’s only conservative think tank—will be dissolved next month and its

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NEW: Anti-Sexting Law Could Snare College Students

A new law aimed at cracking down on sexting among teens could have the unintended consequence of landing college students

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Chafee Getting ‘Rolled Over’ by the General Assembly—Says GOP Boss

Governor Lincoln Chafee ended his first legislative session with vetoes issued on three bills—the lowest of any governor

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Providence Barely Makes Payroll

Providence’s fiscal situation remains so critical that the city will barely be able to make payroll over the next few

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PODCAST: Is Chafee Avoiding State Lawmakers?


Chafee's three vetoes at the end of his first legislative session is the lowest of any governor in the past

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NEW: Providence Issues Warning on Heat Wave

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras announced a series of safety measures the city is taking in response to a major heat wave

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NEW: Receiver—Decision on Central Falls Bankruptcy Weeks Away

Central Falls Receiver Robert Flanders tells GoLocalProv that a decision on whether the cash-starved city will need to

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NEW: Top Six Tips for Beating the Heat

Tired of the heat? The Health Department has issued six tips for keeping your cool. 


NEW: ACLU and CVS Settle Discrimination Lawsuit

The Rhode Island ACLU and CVS/Pharmacy have reached a voluntary settlement in a lawsuit the ACLU filed alleging that a

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PODCAST: Democrats Support Republican Candidate


Former State Police Colonel Brendan Doherty’s biggest supporters for his run for the First Congressional District

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City Budget: Tax Bills Could Go Out This Week

Mayor Angel Taveras has confirmed that tax bills -with a 4.99 percent hike - could be mailed by the end of the week.


Providence Library War Heats Up

The battle between two organizations over control over most of the public library facilities in Providence is set to spill

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PODCAST: GoLocalProv News Editor on NPR’s Here and Now

GoLocalProv News Editor Stephen Beale appeared on NPR's Here and Now today to discuss the potential of Central Falls

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BREAKING: City Council Grants Final Approval to Providence Budget

The Providence City Council has just granted final approval to the $613.8 million budget for the new fiscal year.


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