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RI Speaker Mattiello Confirms Federal Investigation Tied to Former Rep. Gallison—Speaker Nicholas Mattiello has confirmed that there is…

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NEW: RIC to Launch Beekeeping Initiative

Rhode Island College continues its comprehensive efforts to promote sustainable living and protect the environment by establishing a beekeeping program in partnership with the Rhode...

NEW: Gas Price Jumps Six Cents

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

Guest MINDSETTER™ Sam Bell: $21 Million Bike Path Project is Offensive to Cyclists

Guest MINDSETTER™ Sam Bell says all common sense has been abandoned when it comes to the multi-million dollar Washington Bridge Bike Path.

State Report: Repairing RI’s Bridges, $40 Million Bonds & Improving Schools

In perhaps one of the most positive State House Roundups to date, this week’s recap presents five news stories, which should inspire some...

Dan Lawlor: A Moderate in Central Falls

Dan Lawlor introduces Rhode Island to Nick Gelfuso, a Moderate Party candidate for State Senate in Central Falls.

10 Primaries to Watch: Who’s Got the Most Cash?

With just over a month before the Sept. 11 primaries, political campaigns are in full swing. GoLocalProv breaks down ten key races to watch and looks...

NEW: Gemma Offers Mixed View on Jobs Report

Democratic Congressional candidate Anthony Gemma today praised President Obama after a Bureau of Labor Statistics report revealed that 163,000 jobs were created last month.

NEW: AG Kilmartin Named Co-Chair NAAG Criminal Law Committee

Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin was recently named co-chair of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Criminal Law Committee. In addition, Kilmartin will serve...

NEW: RIDOT Awarded $760,000 to Encourage Business Development and Improve Bridges

In an effort to improve Rhode Island’s transit system, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Representative James Langevin today announced...

poll: Do You Think Crime in Providence Has Gotten Worse?

In the past few weeks there are a number of high profile shooting and murders in the City of Providence including a triple murder this...

Aaron Regunberg: A Rhode Island Teaching Fellow Speaks Out

Aaron Regunberg tells the story of one teacher who had a bad experience with an alternative-teacher certification program.

INVESTIGATION: DOT Spends $21M on Bike Path

The state DOT’s plan for widening the section of the East Bay Bike Path over the Washington Bridge is meant to be a...

NEW: Chafee Names Silva DMV Administrator

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee today announced his appointment of Anthony J. Silva, who has more than three decades of law enforcement experience, as Administrator of...

NEW: Doherty Battles Dems Over Bush Tax Cuts

Republican Congressional candidate Brendan Doherty is defending himself against what campaign manager Ian Prior calls “half-truths and partisan rhetoric” coming from the state...

NEW: Reed Restores Funding for Second Submarine in Senate Defense Bill

In an effort to maintain the readiness and strength of the Armed Forces and remain within budget constraints, the Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously approved a...

Future Remains Uncertain for Providence Housing Director

The board of commissioners for the Providence Housing Authority (PHA) on Wednesday yet again delayed a vote on to determine the future of the agency...

Julia Steiny: Kids Need to Take Risks

Julia Steiny says thanks to the American lust for liability lawsuits, the habits of anti-risk parents have infected schools.

Lawmakers Rake in $120k Since Voting Against Pension Reform

Sixteen local lawmakers who voted against the state’s landmark pension reform bill have received more than $120,000 in campaign contributions from union political action...

NEW: Report Says RI Added Jobs in 1st Quarter

A recent analysis of tax data shows that Rhode Island job growth exceeded original estimates for the first quarter of 2012, according to the RI Department...

NEW: Dems Blast Doherty Over Support for Paul Ryan

The state Democratic Party is taking Republican congressional candidate Brendan Doherty to task for his support for House Budget chairman Paul Ryan’s plan...

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