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The 10 Greatest Blizzards in Rhode Island History—Which winter storm reigns supreme?

David Brussat, Dr. Downtown: Hallucinogens in Kennedy Plaza—The “upgraded” Kennedy Plaza reopened last week

Russell Moore: Obama’s Irrational College Plan—Russell Moore: Obama's irrational college plan

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College Admissions: Best Ski + Snowboard Colleges in the West—Ready to hit the slopes?

Final Seconds Heroics Lifts Yale Over Brown 69-65—Brown falls to Yale 69-65

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Former Top Aide Scores Nearly $100,000 in Questionable Contracts

Monday, January 26, 2015

 A former top city aide has scored nearly $100,000 in city contracts since leaving office last March -- and critics are questioning the loopholes in the state's revolving door statutes. 

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slides: The 10 Greatest Blizzards in Rhode Island History

Monday, January 26, 2015

Rhode Island is no stranger to severe winter weather. In 2013, Rhode Island experienced the wrath of Winter Storm Nemo, which blanketed the state in two feet of snow and left over 180,000 homes and businesses without power. And who could forget the mother of all winter storms – the Blizzard of 1978.

Although the Blizzard of 1978 and Nemo may be a fixture in the minds of Rhode Islanders, the Ocean State has experienced many other storms throughout its history.  From an April Fool’s Day storm that was no laughing matter to an overlooked 125-year-old blizzard, we’ve done the research to bring to you the top ten blizzards ever to hit Rhode Island.

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slides: BIG STORM - See The Meteorologists Predictions for the Blizzard

Monday, January 26, 2015

Take a look at the forecasts by the local and national meteorologists for Blizzard Juno.

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EDITORIAL: Governor Raimondo, Please Walk the Walk as Women Deserve It

Monday, January 26, 2015

Congratulations on being elected Rhode Island’s first female Governor. One of the reasons you were elected was that women in Rhode Island strongly supported you and heard your loud and consistent message of equaling the opportunity and pay for women. Despite only winning with 40.8% of the vote, it is clear that almost all Rhode Islanders want you to succeed.

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David Brussat, Dr. Downtown: Hallucinogens in Kennedy Plaza

Kennedy Plaza, Photo by David Brussat

Monday, January 26, 2015

The “upgraded” Kennedy Plaza reopened last week. Riders returned to await buses in the ugly, sterile, glass-and-steel shelters that replace elegant Art Nouveau waiting kiosks. 

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Serve Rhode Island Seeks Volunteers Prior To Blizzard

Monday, January 26, 2015

Serve Rhode Island, the state’s leading resource for volunteerism and community service, is seeking volunteers for it’s Storm Assistance For Elderly and Disabled (SAFE-D) program. 

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Russell Moore: Obama’s Irrational College Plan

Monday, January 26, 2015

GoLocalProv's Russell Moore argues that Obama's latest college plan would be counterproductive.

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Smart Benefits: HealthSource RI Gets More Federal Funding

Monday, January 26, 2015

Last month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services awarded $187 million in grants to a handful of state exchanges – and Rhode Island was one of the recipients.

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LIVE MAP: Major Power Outages Across RI

Monday, January 26, 2015

Track power outages and expected repair times on this real time interactive tracker.

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NEW: National Grid Says 30 Inches of Snow Possible with “Juno”, Preparing for Worst

Monday, January 26, 2015

National Grid has announced that preparations to meet the challenges of possible widespread power interruptions are well underway.

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