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Costantino Unveils Plan for Creating Jobs in Providence

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Democratic candidate for mayor Steven Costantino yesterday outlined his plan for getting residents back to work, promising that he would turn Providence into the most business-friendly city in the Northeast.

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New Schilling Game: Massive Boondoggle Attack

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Today, 38 Studios unveiled its newest game, Massive Boondoggle Attack.  Unlike 38 Studios other totally unproven game, the massively multiplayer online (MMO) Kingdoms of Amalur, Massive Boondoggle Attack is what's known as a massively insider special deal (MISD).  The goal of Massive Boondoggle Attack is to sucker a quasi state agency into granting a huge multi-million dollar loan guarantee for a company with little revenue, intangible collateral, and only one speculative product that could easily fail in the highly competitive gaming software market.

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Ministers to Protest AZ Immigration Law

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

This Thursday, as the new Arizona law immigration law goes into effect, faith-based leaders in Rhode Island will be holding an event entitled "A call to Prayer & Power on a Day of Danger." The event will start at 12:15PM at the doorstep of Gov. Don Carcieri on the 2nd floor of the State House.  

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Breaking News: Block Opposes Schilling Deal

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Moderate Party candidate for governor Ken Block today said the deal between Curt Schilling's video game company, 38 Studios and the state Economic Development Corporation was a mistake.

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Chafee blasts Schilling Deal on DePetro show

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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hear John DePetro weekday mornings 6-10 am, on GoLocalProv's media partner 630WPRO & 99.7

This morning on 630 WPRO's John DePetro show, Independent Candidate for Governor Lincoln Chafee blasted the RI EDC's approval of $75 million in grant guarantees. 

Former United States Senator Lincoln Chafee said he “doesn’t know if he trusts him (Curt Schilling).”  Chafee said 38 Studios, “Never had a penny of revenue.”

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Home Prices Up: a trend?

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Do we see a trend? According to the RI Association of Realtors (RIAR), second quarter sales statistics showed of existing single family home sales are up 11 percent from second quarter 2009.  The single family median price also increased nine percent, to $210,000 from $192,500 the year prior.  Another indication the the market may be on the upswing.

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Top Areas of Concern For 2010 Patriots

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

 

Patriots training camp opens Thursday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.  In the words of Hank Williams Jr., “are you ready for some football?”

The 6 month quest for a fourth Lombardi trophy will take seed later this week.  With great coaching, execution and a little bit of luck, hopefully New England can find its way to Dallas for Super Bowl XLV on February 6, 2011.

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Chafee Says State Is Wasting Money on Leases

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Independent candidate for governor Lincoln Chafee yesterday said it doesn’t make much sense for the state to spend $11.9 million a year on leasing privately-owned buildings, while leaving 400,000 square feet of buildings it owns vacant. As governor, Chafee promised to shift more state operations to state-owned buildings.

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Another no-hitter? Canseco was right!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Last night, Tampa Bay's Matt Garza tossed baseball's fifth no-hitter of the season. Four years after the advent of the new drug-enforcement policy, the "Year of the Pitcher" has arrived and now we're realizing Jose Canseco was right about steroid abuse all along.

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The Pension Burden: How Other RI Cities Are Dealing with It

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Four of the largest cities in Rhode Island face significantly underfunded pensions and have taken a variety of approaches to dealing with the problem.

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