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RI State House Power Shift - 10 Most Powerful—RI State House Power Shift - 10 Most…

National Grid Responds to Leak, Denies Explosion at Providence Power Plant, Despite Reports—National Grid Responds to Leak, Denies Explosion at…

RI Commerce Corp to Pay $50,000 Penalty in 38 Studios Settlement with SEC—NEW: RI Commerce Corp to Pay $50,000 Penalty…

6 Things to Know About the Future of PC Basketball—6 Things to Know About the Future of…

RI is One of Least Financially Literate States in U.S.—RI is One of Least Financially Literate States…

Duck & Bunny’s Dan Becker joins LIVE’s The Taste—Duck & Bunny’s Dan Becker joins LIVE’s The…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Casimiro: Food Pantry Demonstrates Power of Community—Guest MINDSETTER™ Casimiro: Food Pantry Demonstrates Power of…

Bishop: Government as a Business? After all, the Free Stuff From Government Isn’t a Loss Leader!—Bishop: Government as a Business? After all, the…

Governor Gina Raimondo is Adopting—Governor Gina Raimondo is Adopting

Fecteau: Climate Change and Trump—Fecteau: Climate Change and Trump

 
 

RI State House Power Shift - 10 Most Powerful

Speaker Nick Mattiello

Thursday, March 30, 2017

There is a new world order at in the Rhode Island State House - the three most powerful in the State Senate have been reshuffled with Teresa Paiva Weed quitting in the midst of the session to take a $300,000 compensation package from the Hospital Association of Rhode Island. But make no mistake about it, the House of Represenatives is where the power is.

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National Grid Responds to Leak, Denies Explosion at Providence Power Plant, Despite Reports

Emergency vehicles block off Allens Avenue by the plant on Wednesday. Photo: GoLocal

Thursday, March 30, 2017

National Grid stated late Wednesday evening that despite reports among Providence emergency personnel that an "explosion" occurred at the Manchester Power Plant on Point Street in Providence, that the situation was simply a "leak."

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RI Commerce Corp to Pay $50,000 Penalty in 38 Studios Settlement with SEC

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced Wednesday it reached a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the matter of Securities and Exchange Commission v. Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, et al. regarding the 38 Studios bond offering in 2010. 

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6 Things to Know About the Future of PC Basketball

PC's immediate future looks bright.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Providence College Friars men's basketball team will be poised to make a run at their 5th straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament when the 2017-2018 season starts.

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RI is One of Least Financially Literate States in U.S.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Rhode Island is one of the least financially literate states in the country. 

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Casimiro: Food Pantry Demonstrates Power of Community

North Kingstown Food Pantry

Thursday, March 30, 2017

I began my first term as a state representative in January.  Along with getting oriented to the State House, I’ve been meeting with constituents, businesses and civic organizations in my district of North Kingstown/Exeter. 

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Bishop: Government as a Business? After all, the Free Stuff From Government Isn’t a Loss Leader!

Thursday, March 30, 2017

When it comes to families, those who are supported by the breadwinners are called dependents. But Social Workers who represent a kind of in loco parentis network for the poor, disabled and elderly are generally taught to refer to their charges as “clients”. 

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Governor Gina Raimondo is Adopting

New family dog

Thursday, March 30, 2017

GoLocal has learned that Governor Gina Raimondo and her family have adopted a dog -- the first family's first dog.

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Fecteau: Climate Change and Trump

Thursday, March 30, 2017

I’ve been to some seventy countries around the world, and have seen the devastating impact of climate change. From the unusually warm winter temperatures in parts of China to the water shortage in Sao Paulo, Brazil, climate change is something that is leading to shocking changes in our environment. Even domestically, Americans are seeing the impact of climate change with much warmer temperatures than normal. 

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video: RISD Junior Named Winner in Wix.com Stunning Awards Competition

Dennis Krawec's website

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Rhode Island School of Design junior Dennis Krawec was named one of three Stunning Awards competition winners by Wix.com for the website he built, krawec.org. 

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