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Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - July 1—Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s…

Where to See Fireworks This Weekend in RI—Where to See Fireworks This Weekend in RI

“This Week at the Movies” July 1, 2016—"This Week at the Movies" July 1, 2016

10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - July 1—10 Great Things to do in RI This…

Friday Financial Five – July 1, 2016—Friday Financial Five – July 1, 2016

Robin Garceau - The Interior Designer: Before & After!  Where Do You Begin?—Robin Garceau - The Interior Designer: Before &…

Newport County Chamber of Commerce Awards Two Scholarships to Graduating Seniors—Newport County Chamber of Commerce Awards Two Scholarships…

Finneran: Brexit Hysteria—Finneran: Brexit Hysteria

Seven Big Surprises So Far in the 2016 Election Season in RI—Seven Big Surprises So Far in the 2016…

Bob Whitcomb’s Digital Diary: EU, Newport NIMBYs, and Obamacare—Bob Whitcomb’s Digital Diary: EU, Newport NIMBYs, and…

 
 
 

NEW: Republican State Senator Praises Chafee for Regulation Review Plan

Republican State Senator Frank Maher Jr. today he applauded Governor Chafee’s efforts to streamline business regulations in Rhode Island.

Julia Steiny: Can Charter Schools Save Providence?

Julia Steiny weighs in on charter schools in Providence.

EXCLUSIVE: Feds Question Jobs & No-Bid Contracts at Providence Housing

Less than two weeks after Providence Housing Authority (PHA) board members voted to accept former executive director Stephen O’Rourke’s resignation in...

Twin River Table Games Campaign Spending Tops $2 Million

Twin River has now spent more than $2 million on its campaign to convince voters to support allowing table games such as blackjack or craps at...

NEW: Moreau Pleads Guilty to Federal Corruption Charges

Central Falls Mayor Charles D. Moreau and longtime friend, businessman and political supporter Michael G. Bouthillette were charged in a two-count Information filed in federal...

NEW: Central Falls Mayor Charles Moreau Resigns

Central Falls Mayor Charles Moreau has resigned ahead of a press conference called by the U.S. Attorney’s office set for this afternoon.

NEW: Hinckley Warns Thousands of Layoffs Within Defense Industry in RI

At a press conference outside the General Dynamics Electric Boat facility in Quonset, Republican Senate candidate Barry Hinckley today demanded that Congress take immediate action...

Dan Lawlor: Still Too Many Homeless People in RI

Dan Lawlor weighs in on the homeless problem in Rhode Island.

Deported Man Stiffed City on $70,000 PEDP Loan

The owner of a concrete company that received a $70,160 taxpayer-funded loan from the Providence Economic Development Partnership (PEDP) was deported before ever making a single...

NEW: Cranston Bans ‘Father-Daughter’ Dances

A Republican State Senate candidate Sean Gately is taking his Democratic opponent Frank Lombardi to task for being part of a school committee that was ...

NEW: Governor Accelerates Regulation Review

Speaking at the sixth annual “We Mean Business Expo,” Governor Lincoln Chafee announced today that he has directed all state departments and agencies...

Tom Finneran: The Decline of America Continues

Tom Finneran weighs in with his frustrations on American culture.

NEW: PEDP Confirms - Former Cicilline Volunteer Did Not Repay Loan

A former campaign volunteer for Congressman David Cicilline during his 2002 Mayoral campaign did not repay a $103,000 loan from the Providence Economic Development Partnership (PEDP), the...

NEW: Whitehoue Community Dinner Set for Tonight

Democratic U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse will host a community dinner in the Silver Lake community in Providence tonight to listen to local residents’...

NEW: State to Purchase Rocky Point Property for $9.65 Million

Governor Lincoln Chafee announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), as Receiver for Moneta Capital, has accepted the State’s offer to...

NEW: Gas Prices Highest Ever for September

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up ten cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

Dan Lawlor: Recalling the Occupy Movement

Dan Lawlor says it's time to build community, to fix problems, and to make Rhode Island thrive.

PowerPlayer: Providence’s Deborah Obalil

This week’s PowerPlayer is Deborah Obalil, the Executive Director of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design. Ms. Obalil was kind...

State Report: Cicilline VS Doherty, Pension Fraud & Carcieri Finally Speaks

Since this past week was primary week in Rhode Island, an interesting back and forth between Brendan Doherty and Rep. David Cicilline leads off this...

Guest MINDSETTER™ Dean Fachon: All Hands on Deck in the General Assembly

A former candidate for State Rep. says the General Assembly to convene an emergency session and issue injunctive relief for the Rhode Island fishing industry.

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