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Saul Kaplan: Stop Treating Business Model Innovation As Change Management—There’s plenty of time for change management once…

Gencarella: Let’s Leave It A Local Issue—The question “How did it get this way?”…

Finneran: Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread—In the pews are the people, and in…

Matt Light Announces Charity Event Related to Deflategate—Matt Light recently announced a fundraising campaign

ACLU of RI Files Lawsuit That Challenges 106-Year-Old Statute—The ACLU of Rhode Island filed a federal…

Councilman Hassett to Address Property Issues in Providence Neighborhood—Councilman Terrence M. Hassett (Ward Twelve) released a…

Providence Ranked 4th Most LGBT-Friendly City in U.S.—Providence, RI is the fourth most LGBT-friendly city…

FBI Charges Top FIFA Execs - What Does This Mean for Soccer?—In events that are still unfolding, nine FIFA…

 
 

video: GoLocalTV: RI Teamsters, Trucking Association Clash on Truck Tolls for Infrastructure

Thursday, May 28, 2015

As GoLocal first reported on Saturday, tolls on commercial vehicles will be the driving force behind backing the state's infrastructure investment effort to accelerate the reconstruction of bridges and prevent additional bridges from falling into disrepair

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video: GoLocalTV: Providence Students Protest at City Hall to Demand Bus Passes

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Students from the Providence Student Union and city schools took to City Hall on Tuesday to protest what they say is a broken campaign pledge by Mayor Jorge Elorza to provide more students with bus passes for school.    

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video: GoLocalTV: Providence Firefighters Oppose Elorza’s Shift Plan

Friday, May 22, 2015

On Thursday, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza announced the findings of a report commissioned by Public Financial Management which shows that Providence has a structural deficit in the range of $11 to $19 million a year. 

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video: GoLocalTV: Providence Ranked 28th for Fitness, Elorza Calls for Improvement

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

New rankings released this week show that Providence ranks 28th among the top 50 cities in the US for fitness. Who is number 1?

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video: GoLocalTV: Providence’s Stephens Claims Referee Work Done on Vacation Time

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Providence Recreation Director Michael Stephens has claimed that his referee duties for NCAA basketball games, which saw him officiate 89 contests in just over 108 days in 23 states last year, were made possible by vacation time while serving as Deputy Recreation Director for the City of Providence. 

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video: GoLocalTV: International Tennis Hall of Fame to Unveil $3 Million Museum Renovations

Thursday, May 14, 2015

After years of planning and a $3 million renovation, International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport is preparing to re-open its museum to the public on May 20 with an entirely new visitor experience.

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video: GoLocalTV: CVS Health Charity Classic Kicks Off With Larry Merlo

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The 17th annual CVS Health Charity Golf Classic officially kicked off and GoLocalTV was there. This year is bigger and more events for golfers and families. GoLocal's Kate Nagle caught up with CVS CEO Larry Merlo on why this event is so important to supporting the community.

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video: Marijuana Legalization Advocates in RI Make Big Push with Ad Campaign

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Advocates for marijuana legalization in Rhode Island unveiled a billboard in Providence on Tuesday, saying that it informs state officials — who are considering investing tax dollars in building a new stadium in the city — of "another way to attract new businesses, good jobs, and young professionals to Rhode Island: regulating and taxing marijuana."

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video: Skeffington Breaks Promise to Disclose What He Was Paid on McCoy Bonds

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Pawtucket Red Sox President Jim Skeffington has failed to deliver on a promise to provide GoLocalProv with information regarding his role as an attorney in the bond financing and refinancing of McCoy stadium, which Rhode Island taxpayers have paid tens of millions of dollars to rehab.

At a previous press briefing held by the PawSox, Skeffington told GoLocal that he did not have the details available to him then, but promised to  provide the information accordingly.

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video: GoLocalTV - Neighbors React to a Tiverton Casino

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

GoLocalProv headed to Tiverton to gauge reaction to the announcement that Twin River plans to move the Newport Grand slot parlor to the town.

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