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Rhode Island’s Nancy Thomas Winner of 2014 #NYCPoetweet Contest—Nancy Thomas, president of Tapestry Communications, has been…

NEW: North Kingstown Dems Endorse Almonte for Treasurer—The fifty-three members of the North Kingstown Democratic…

TONIGHT: Fund for Community Progress Honors GoLocalProv + ACLU—Recognizing outstanding contributions to the RI community

Deadline for newportFILM’s Ripple Effect Video Contest is Friday—Drawing attention to RI's coastline + waterways

Patriots’ 2014 Schedule Released—Patriots' 2014 Schedule Released

John Perilli: Battle Heats Up to Succeed Fox in House District 4—Keep an eye on this one...

Newport Goes Daffy with Weeklong Daffodil Celebration—Over 250,000 blooming daffodils on display

B’s Dominate Wings, Take Game 3—shut out Detroit 3-0 to take 2-1 series…

Organize + Energize: 4 Ways Getting Organized Will Save You Money—Stop wasting time and money

Dear John: Single Dad - How Do I Handle Daughter’s Adolescence?—How to support your daughter through puberty

 
 
 

NEW: Bill To Provide Cardiac Screening for Urban, At-Risk Women

A cardiovascular disease screening and lifestyle-intervention pilot program for at-risk women in the state’s urban

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NEW: Senate Bills Target State Contract Control

Aiming to bring more oversight and accountability to the state's financial dealings, on Wednesday the RI Senate approved

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EXCLUSIVE: Union Leader—Review All Disability Pensions

The head of the Providence firefighters union is calling for a review of all the disability pensions currently being paid

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Taveras Urges Passage of Nonprofit Tax Law

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras yesterday urged the General Assembly to pass a bill that would allow the city to levy a

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Bills Would Increase Accountability for Tax Credits

Rhode Island gave up $1.67 billion in potential revenue in 2008 through tax credits, exemptions, deductions and other

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City Celebrates ‘A Stronger Providence Day’ at Statehouse

The Statehouse Rotunda came alive Wednesday afternoon as Providence residents packed its halls to celebrate A Stronger

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NEW: Chafee Names Nolan to RI Parole Board

Governor Lincoln Chafee has appointed the CEO of Crossroads Rhode Island, Anne M. Nolan, to the Rhode Island Parole Board.Read More

 

NEW: Annual Costs of State Pension Funds to Go Up

The state retirement board today approved changes to the state pension system that will require that the state and local

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NEW: Civil Unions Hearing Today

The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing today on a controversial civil unions bill.

 

NEW: Cranston Council OKs Tax Raise

The Cranston City Council last night approved a $245.2 million budget that includes a 70-cent tax increase.

 
 

Pension Fraud—Who’s to Blame?

Nearly two decades ago, the City of Providence had the chance to crack down on alleged pension abuse and fraud—and passed.Read More

 

NEW: Chafee—‘Running out of Time’ to Fix Central Falls Budget

Governor Lincoln Chafee today announced he has given Central Falls Receiver Robert Flanders the authority he needs to

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Is Providence on the Verge of Bankruptcy?

Could the state's largest city follow it's smallest community into bankruptcy? For the first time, some officials say such

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Top High Schools: Taveras Says City Has to Do More

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras yesterday said GoLocalProv’s rankings of the top high schools in the state shows that the

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