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NEW: RI Realtor Melanie Delman Passes Away
Rhode Island realtor Melanie Delman, President and Owner of Lila Delman Real Estate International, has passed away.
New Study Finds “Free College Programs” Have No Effect On Whether Students Go Directly to College
Research released by the Brookings Institution raises new questions about “free college” programs like RI’s Promise program which now offers up to two years of tuition-free junior college for Rhode Island students.
Whitcomb: Beltway’s Young Nobility; Bring in Mr. Gilbert; Adding to the Floods; & Intense Newport
Robert Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights on the global and local issues that matter.
R.W. Alley: “N.Smithfield’s Top Priority”
R.W. Alley, the award-winning illustrator of Paddington Bear offers his GoLocal weekly political cartoon.
The Kavanaugh Court Complexities—Sunday Political Brunch September 23, 2018
I have no idea what happened with Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Basely 36 years ago, but I can certainly look at my “crystal ball” to assess to implications today. As I often say, as a political analyst I try to assess what may happen based on history, public mood, facts…
Weiss: Democrats Listening to Calls to Strengthen & Expand Social Security, Medicare
The political clock is ticking…The midterm elections are less than 50 days away and just days ago, the Washington, D.C.-based AARP released a poll of age 50 and older Ohio voters who say they are especially concerned about their healthcare and personal financial issues.
What to Watch For: Patriots vs Lions
The New England Patriots visit former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia and the Detroit Lions on Sunday night looking to get back in the win column. The Patriots are coming off a 31-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last week and are 1-1 on the season.
Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless Announces Award Winners
The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless announced the award winners.
Bryant Football Edges Robert Morris 49-46
The Bryant Bulldogs edged Robert Morris 49-46 on Saturday afternoon in their Northeast Conference (NEC) opener. The Bulldogs improve to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the NEC.
Revolution Keep Playoff Hopes Alive, Play Chicago to 2-2 Draw
The New England Revolution kept their playoff hopes alive on Saturday night, earning a 2-2 tie with the Chicago Fire.
5 Things to Watch For: Patriots vs Lions - September 2018
5 Things to Watch For: Patriots vs Lions - September 2018
Parent of Special Needs Child Says Providence Is Offering No Support During School Bus Strike
Thursday’s scheduled strike by school bus drivers in Providence by Teamsters Local 251 will wreak havoc for many families. And, no group of families will be hit harder than the parents of special needs children. “We're definitely worried, we can't exactly put JJ on a RIPTA bus and say ‘have…
Providence Teamsters Bus Drivers to Strike Thursday UPDATED
Matt Taibi, Principal Officer and Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local 251 on Friday afternoon set the strike date and said in a statement, “In consideration for the hardship for the children and parents involved with Providence Schools, as well as the request of the Mayor's office for advance notice, Teamsters Local…
20 Things to do This Fall in Rhode Island
While the disappointment of summer being over may still linger with some New Englanders, the fall season is an exciting time of year. The leaves on the trees are a sight to behold, the music scene is still alive, apple and pumpkin picking season is here.
Costantino Calls for Kilmartin to Give Morgan Google Settlement Documents
Representative Gregory Costantino is calling for Attorney General Peter Kilmartin to give House Minority Leader Patricia Morgan the Google settlement documents and refund her money.
MA Adds 6,100 Jobs in August
The State of Massachusetts added 6,100 jobs in the month of August, while the unemployment rate stayed at 3.6%, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Friday. From August of 2017 to August of 2018, Massachusetts has added 68,100 jobs. In contrast, Rhode Island lost 2,400 jobs.
VIDEO: Elorza Has No Transportation Plan for Students as School Bus Drivers are Poised to Strike
At a hastily called press conference, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza offered no plan for parents as to how their children or thousands of other Providence school children will be transported to and from Providence schools if, as presently planned, Providence School bus drivers strike.
CharterCARE Provider Group of RI Awarded Elite Status on America’s Physician Group Survey
CharterCARE provider Group of Rhode Island has been awarded Elite Status on the America’s Physician Group 2018 Standards of Excellence survey.
UMelt’s Kaufman Talks Grilled Cheese on LIVE
Jonathan Kaufman, Co-owner of Providence grilled cheese shop UMelt, appeared on GoLocal LIVE with Laura Afonso to talk about comfort foods and cheesy sandwiches coming hot off the press.
Brown’s Rally Falls Short, Lose to Harvard 31-17
The Brown Bears football team fell to Harvard 31-17 on Friday night at Brown Stadium.
10 New Human Cases of West Nile Virus Hit MA in 2018
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced ten new human cases of West Nile Virus in the state. That brings the total number of human cases acquired in Massachusetts to 24.
Fit For Life: How Bad Do You Want It?
I get it you are busy. You have things to do. You have a family, a job, a life to live, but what are your priorities? And are you making the most out of your time, and the effort that you exert throughout the day?
Bryant Football Hosts Robert Morris to Open Conference Play
The Bryant Bulldogs football team is set to open up conference play on Saturday afternoon when they host (1-2) Robert Morris. Bryant enters the game with a record of 2-1 overall after a win over Marist last week.