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Seven Reasons Why This Was Raimondo’s Most Complicated Week—Seven Reasons Why This Was Raimondo’s Most Complicated…

Top RI Entrepreneur Posner Criticizes RI Commerce’s $3.3M to eMoney—Top RI Entrepreneur Posner Criticizes RI Commerce's $3.3M…

Newport Restaurant Week Features 50 Restaurants - See the Participants—Newport Restaurant Week Features 50 Restaurants - See…

Ruggerio Elected Senate President, Edwards Bill Passed: This Week at the State House—Ruggerio Elected Senate President, Edwards Bill Passed: This…

GoLocal’s All-Rhode Island 2016-17 Division I Hoop Teams—GoLocal’s All-Rhode Island 2016-17 Division I Hoop Teams

Arlene Violet on 38 Studios, Mob Informants, Governor Raimondo, and More—Arlene Violet on 38 Studios, Mob Informants, Governor…

PC Hockey Shut Out by Harvard 3-0 in NCAA Tournament—PC Hockey Shut Out by Harvard 3-0 in…

Fit For Life: Time for YOU!—Fit For Life: Time for YOU!

Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Minor Spring Bulbs, Major Impact—Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Minor Spring Bulbs,…

United Way’s Tax Prep Service Comes to Providence in April—United Way's Tax Prep Service Comes to Providence…

 
 

Seven Reasons Why This Was Raimondo’s Most Complicated Week

Governor Gina Raimondo

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Governor Gina Raimondo had as complex a week as any elected official could have. Raimondo faced highs and lows and now seems to be well in the midst of an election cycle that functionally began in earnest twenty months before election day.

Her top ally quit, she got some good numbers, but also continues to take hits on her agenda.

The most surprising twist is that video spots both for and against her agenda were launched. Rhode Island has never before seen an election start so early and so aggressively -- there are more than 600 days until the election. See why this week was so complex and what it means for the future of the Raimondo administration, the strategy for Rhode Island's economy, and the potential brutality of the 2018 election.

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Top RI Entrepreneur Posner Criticizes RI Commerce’s $3.3M to eMoney

Saturday, March 25, 2017

One of Rhode Island's top homegrown entrepreneurs issued a critical statement regarding RI Commerce's deal with eMoney Advisors. Posner has launched Capital Good Fund - one of the most innovate companies. The company says it works to provide the "best financial empowerment organization in America by providing high-quality, innovative and transformational financial services to underserved families." 

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slides: Newport Restaurant Week Features 50 Restaurants - See the Participants

Saturday, March 25, 2017

One of the best weeks of the spring season is here, Newport Restaurant Week. 

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Ruggerio Elected Senate President, Edwards Bill Passed: This Week at the State House

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Senator Ruggerio elected Senate president, Rep Serpa passes bill to stop insurers from halting substance abuse treatment and more. This week at the State House. 

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slides: GoLocal’s All-Rhode Island 2016-17 Division I Hoop Teams

Hassan Martin led URI back to NCAA Tournament

Saturday, March 25, 2017

With Rhode Island's 2016-17 college basketball season completed GoLocalProv has selected  the best players in the state, by position, to make up the 6th Annual GoLocalProv All-Rhode Island Division I Basketball teams. GoLocal's All-Rhode Island Awards includefirst team, second team, coach of the year, and rookie of the year.

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PC Hockey Shut Out by Harvard 3-0 in NCAA Tournament

PC falls to Harvard in NCAA Tournament

Saturday, March 25, 2017

The Providence College Friars fired 41 shots on goal, but were unable to find the back of the net in a 3-0 loss to Harvard in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the Dunkin' Donuts Center.

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Fit For Life: Time for YOU!

Saturday, March 25, 2017

It’s not just the lazy people that neglect themselves, and let their health demise. Quite the contrary. I wanted to talk about the average everyday person, who’s out hustling to make a living, take care of a family, and live the American dream.

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Minor Spring Bulbs, Major Impact

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Life is a powerful force. People move mountains, funnel water ways, pave to within an inch. Yet beneath us is great vitality. Wherever we stride divine providence inspires friendly competition among gardeners. No one is immune, a smile lifts up the spirit as the first crocus, the first daffodil, grape hyacinth, or intense blue squill bloom. They are modest and humble perennials worthy of every garden. There is much good in life.

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United Way’s Tax Prep Service Comes to Providence in April

Saturday, March 25, 2017

United Way of Rhode Island in bringing their free tax preparation service to Providence.

The service will be held at the Stop & Shop located at 333 West River Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 1. 

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Free Trees for Newporters

Free frees in Newport

Saturday, March 25, 2017

In celebration on Newport Arboretum Week, Newporter’s can receive free trees and have them delivered to their homes. 

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