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Raimondo’s $1 Billion School Rehab Initiative Will Only Address One-Third of Need—Raimondo’s $1 Billion School Funding Program Will Only…

Raimondo Banking on $23M from Sports Betting in FY19 Budget Proposal for RI—Raimondo Banking on $23M from Sports Betting in…

Prov City Council Names Costa 1st Ever Female Internal Auditor—Prov City Council Names Costa 1st Ever Female…

10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - January 19, 2018—10 Great Things to do in RI This…

Friday on LIVE: Hobson of the ILLUSIONISTS, James-Gómez of RI for Community & Justice—Friday on LIVE: Hobson of the ILLUSIONISTS, James-Gómez…

Social Enterprise Greenhouse’s Dickson on 14 Businesses Taking Part in Newest Program—Social Enterprise Greenhouse's Dickson on 14 Businesses Taking…

LIVE: Knead Doughnuts Celebrates One Year, Expands Products & Services—LIVE: Knead Doughnuts Celebrates One Year, Expands Products…

LIVE: RI-Based Hope & Change for Haiti’s Germain Addresses Trump Remarks, Need for Action—LIVE: RI-Based Hope & Change for Haiti's Germain…

10 Great Things to do in Newport This Weekend - January 19, 2018—10 Great Things to do in Newport This…

LIVE: RI Chapter of the Women’s March Hold’s Rally at State House Saturday—LIVE: RI Chapter of the Women's March Hold’s…


Committee To Protect Journalists Joins The Coalition Talk Radio on Friday

Pat Ford

Friday, January 19, 2018

At The Coalition Talk Radio, we aggressively report on the ongoing struggle to support the First & Fourth Amendments.

The ACLU ... Fire ... The Goldwater Institute ... The Heritage Foundation ... have joined us in studio, and from around the world via Skype to engage in thoughtful conversation ... to bring to life the stories ... the battles ... the issues involved in protecting these precious freedoms.

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Finneran: Bad Moon Rising

Friday, January 19, 2018

America is in trouble.

Too few citizens pay attention.

Too many citizens are adrift.

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NEW: Teen Stabbed at Kennedy Plaza in Providence, Suspects in Custody

A teenage girl was stabbed at Kennedy Plaza on Thursday. Photo: GoLocalProv

Thursday, January 18, 2018

A teenage girl was stabbed at Kennedy Plaza in Providence on Thursday.

The Providence Police tweeted the incident early Thursday

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NEW: Amazon Narrows List for HQ2 to 20 - Boston Makes Cut, RI Out

RI's proposal for Amazon's HQ2 (picture here) missed the cut.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Amazon has narrowed its list of potential locations for its new "HQ2" headquarters -- and while Boston made the cut, Rhode Island is not on list.

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Federal Hill Frustration Mounts Over Lack of “Little Italy” Progress with RIDOT

Federal Hill Association says DOT has not followed through.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

One year ago a leading Federal Hill restauranteur launched the idea of branding Federal Hill as “Little Italy” and now he is fed-up with the lack of progress.

When Gianfranco Marrocco presented the idea to the fellow business owners, the idea received strong support from there Federal Hill Commerce Association, city officials, and State Representative John Lombardi.

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Bishop Hendricken Principal Forced to Resign After Racial and Anti-Semitic Rant on Video Emerges

Brennan forces to resign after video merges

Thursday, January 18, 2018

The Principal at Bishop Hendricken is out after a short video emerged that showed Jay Brennan saying racial and anti-Semitic comments on what looks to be a cellphone video.

The video has no context, but immediately after it emerged on Wednesday, he was out and the events sent the Diocese of Providence scrambling.

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Record Number of Single-Family Home Sales Sold in 2017 in RI, Say Realtors

Record year for single family home sales

Thursday, January 18, 2018

The RI Association of Realtors reports that 2017 was a record year for single-family home sales.

They report that 11,282 single-family homes were sold in Rhode Island in 2017, up from 11,066 in 2016.

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Thursday on LIVE: Social Enterprise Greenhouse & Lastrina of Knead Donuts

Knead Donuts

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Starting at 4 p.m. Thursday on LIVE GoLocal News Editor Kate Nagle will have on the Social Enterprise Greenhouse to talk about the 14 social enterprises who will take part in the SEG Impact Accelerator starting next week.  

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Robinson’s Double-Double Helps URI Cruise Past UMass 73-51

Stanford Robinson

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Stanford Robinson poured in 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the URI Rams cruised past UMass 73-51 on Wednesday night at the Ryan Center.

The win improves the Rams to 14-3 overall and 6-0 in the A-10.

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Providence Athenæum Announces Program Schedule for Spring of 2018

Thursday, January 18, 2018

The Providence Athenaeum has announced its program schedule for the Spring of 2018.

The season his highlighted by conversations with authors Anita Shreve, Gordon Wood, and an exhibition.

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