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Gronkowski “Good to Go” Week 1—Rob Gronkowski told reporters at Gillette Stadium that…

Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage—Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued…

Peace Flag Project to Host Rhode Island Month of Peace in September—The Peace Flag Project will host over 30…

Don’t Miss: Fall Newport Secret Garden Tours—The Benefactors of the Arts will present a…

Fall Activities for the Whole Family—Mark your calendars for the best activities of…

Skywatching: Seagrave Memorial Observatory Centennial (1914-2014)—Skyscrapers, Inc., the Amateur Astronomical Society of Rhode…

Friday Financial Five - August 29, 2014—The Tax Foundation has put together a helpful…

RI Resource Recovery Collected 6K Pounds of Clothes—RI Resource Recovery has received more than 6,000…

5 Live Music Musts - August 29, 2014—We’ve got Rhythm and Roots and a whole…

 
 

Gronkowski “Good to Go” Week 1

Monday, September 01, 2014

Rob Gronkowski told reporters at Gillette Stadium that he is going to play in the Patriots Week 1 game in Miami against the Dolphins

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Former Discredited Head of ProCAP Named Executive Director of John Hope Settlement

Monday, September 01, 2014

The former discredited head of Providence Community Action Program (ProCAP) has been named interim Executive Director of John Hope Settlement House.  ProCAP’s former boss Frank Corbishley was forced to resign in 2011 after a multi-month investigation by GoLocalProv. He had served in the role of Executive Director since 1991 when Buddy Cianci named him to the position. During the investigations it was found that ProCAP to be severely mismanaged Providence Mayoral candidate Michael Solomon chaired the ProCAP board.

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Block Battles with Fung Over His Claims About Pension/401k Savings in Cranston

Monday, September 01, 2014

Critics are questioning claims by Cranston Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung that the city's changes to 401K pension are contributing to substantial savings. 

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Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer

Frank Caprio

Monday, September 01, 2014

Let's face it: politics is strange business. There’s no other industry in the world where experience is as undervalued as it is in politics.

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Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage

Monday, September 01, 2014

Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Treasury that impact closely held for-profits and religious non-profits.

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College Admissions: 8 Things They Won’t Tell You in Freshman Orientation

Monday, September 01, 2014

As families pack suitcases and head off to the first week of college, there is a whirl of excitement. At the same time, freshmen (and their parents) face a host of questions and new challenges, not all of which are dealt with in orientation.

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Peace Flag Project to Host Rhode Island Month of Peace in September

Monday, September 01, 2014

The Peace Flag Project will host over 30 events during September for the Rhode Island Month of Peace.

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Don’t Miss: Fall Newport Secret Garden Tours

Monday, September 01, 2014

The Benefactors of the Arts will present a self-guided walking tour of private gardens in Newport, Rhode Island from September 5-7.

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Plagiarism By Politicians:  Experts Weigh In

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Can candidates recover after they are caught plagiarizing? Political experts weigh in.

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Science Says Rhode Island School Days Starting Too Early for Teens

Saturday, August 30, 2014

A recent policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that all middle and high schools should reevaluate school start...

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