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NEW: Magaziner Rolls Out RI “Transparent Treasury” Initiative—Magaziner Rolls Out RI "Transparent Treasury" Initiative

RI PowerPlayer: Kathleen Cloutier—RI PowerPlayer: Kathleen Cloutier

Riley: Raimondo and Mattiello Fiddle While Providence Implodes—The facts are clear. Providence falsified an asset…

NEW: Edgartown Police Issue Update On Missing Girl Last Seen in Prov—Megan Donovan, 15, of Edgartown, Mass. has been…

Horowitz: Don’t Count Martin O’Malley Out—With all signals pointing to Martin O’Malley formally…

Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid Kit—Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid…

Personal Tech For Women: 5 Things to Know About New, Smarter Food Label—Some of us might spend more time at…

Secrets and Scandals - Reforming Rhode Island 1986-2006, Chapter Twelve—Between 1986 and 2006, Rhode Island ran a…

Moore: Elorza Shows Bravery by Taking on Firefighters—Moore: Elorza Shows Bravery by Taking on Firefighters

Smart Benefits: Carriers File Requested Rates for 2016—Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island, Neighborhood…

 
 
 
 

News

What Does the Future Hold for WPRO?

In the wake of the ouster of WPRO General Manager Barbara Haynes, what does the future hold for WPRO's AM and… Read More

 

Real Estate

slides: America’s First “Tiny Houses” - Newport, RI

One of the most popular concepts in housing is the "Tiny House" movement. The housing trend is a rejection of McMansions and… Read More

 

Politics

NEW: Magaziner Rolls Out RI “Transparent Treasury” Initiative

Seth Magaziner

Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner has unveiled his Transparent Treasury initiative today at a State House news… Read More

 

News

Pawtucket Fights to Keep PawSox: Mayor Grebien’s Letter to Larry Lucchino

Mayor Donald Grebien

Just days after the passing of Pawtucket Red Sox owner James Skeffingon, Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien wrote a letter to… Read More

 

News

RI PowerPlayer: Kathleen Cloutier

Kathleen Cloutier

Every week, GoLocalProv shines the spotlight on one individual who is making an impact on Rhode Island.  This week,… Read More

 

Politics

Riley: Raimondo and Mattiello Fiddle While Providence Implodes

The facts are clear. Providence falsified an asset of $62 million on the City Books. This was made clear April 28,2015 before… Read More

 

News

NEW: Edgartown Police Issue Update On Missing Girl Last Seen in Prov

Edgartown Police release.

Megan Donovan, 15, of Edgartown, Mass. has been missing since Saturday and was last seen in Providence’s Kennedy Plaza… Read More

 

Politics

Guest MINDSETTER™ Tony Jones - I Say, “Stick It” to “Click it or Ticket.”

It’s that time of year again, you can’t go anywhere or tune in to any media outlet without seeing or hearing some… Read More

 

Politics

Horowitz: Don’t Count Martin O’Malley Out

Rob Horowitz

With all signals pointing to Martin O’Malley formally announcing his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential… Read More

 

Business

Guest MINDSETTER™ Mike Stenhouse - The Bait and Switch

}I have publicly stated that RhodeMap RI is the most dangerous policy agenda I have ever seen in Rhode Island. After learning… Read More

 

Sports

GoLocal’s Running Coach: Tools of the Trail

 

News

Rhode Island Charter School Teacher Put on Leave After Whistleblowing

A teacher at the Times² Academy in Providence who sent a letter to school leaders and elected officials expressing… Read More

 

News

Memorial Day - the Cost of War

Memorial Day is the day of remembrance for those who lost their lives serving America in the U.S. Military. Today, hundreds… Read More

 

News

Secrets and Scandals - Reforming Rhode Island 1986-2006, Chapter Twelve

Between 1986 and 2006, Rhode Island ran a gauntlet of scandals that exposed corruption and aroused public rage.

 

Politics

Moore: Elorza Shows Bravery by Taking on Firefighters

Golocal's Russell Moore gives Mayor Elorza credit for taking on a powerful special interest group.

 

Business

Blue Sphere Corp. to Embark on New Project in Johnston, RI

Blue Sphere Corp., a clean energy company that develops, manages and owns waste to energy projects, has announced that they… Read More

 

Business

Smart Benefits: Carriers File Requested Rates for 2016

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island, Neighborhood Health Plan Tufts Health Plan, and United Healthcare recently requested… Read More

 

News

slides: Weiss: Sensible Advice from Seasoned Folk to the Class of 2015

This month, notable and professionally successful commencement speakers are again gathering at the nation’s Colleges… Read More

 

News

Governor Proposing Truck Tolls to Fund RI Infrastructure Bank

Governor Gina Raimondo is eyeing tolls on trucks as part of the funding plan for a state Infrastructure Bank, which has been… Read More

 

Sports

Revs, D.C. United Play to 1-1 Draw at Gillette

The New England Revolution (5-3-5) and the (6-2-4) D.C. United played to a 1-1 draw on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.… Read More

 

Politics

Stiffer Penalties For Hit & Run Drivers, Good Samaritan Law Expansion: This Week at the State House

Performance based funding for public colleges, stiffer penalties for hit and run drivers and more. Here is what happened this… Read More

 

Business

NBC 10 Claims Big Ratings Victory Over WPRI 12

NBC 10 was once again the most watched television news station in Southern New England during the just-completed May ratings… Read More

 

Politics

Matt Fecteau: Let’s Talk About Online Voting

The United States should discuss, and debate whether online voting is feasible. 

 

News

RI Has Highest Percentage of Deficient Bridges in Country

The state of Rhode Island has easily the highest percentage of deficient bridges of any state in the country according to… Read More

 

News

Most Traveled, Deficient Bridges in RI - See The List

The American Road and Transportation Builders Association recently released a list of the most traveled, deficient bridges in… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid Kit

We are beginning to spend more time outdoors and with more time outdoors you may find yourself getting acute injuries, bug… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Personal Tech For Women: 5 Things to Know About New, Smarter Food Label

Some of us might spend more time at the grocery store scrutinizing the labels than actually putting food items in the cart.… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: Advice to The Class of 2016 From The Class of 2015

Students receive a myriad of advice throughout the college admissions process from parents, counselors, teachers, coaches and… Read More

 

Food

Ask a Bartender: Do I Get a Free Drink?

You know the owner. It’s your birthday. You are the first customer of the day. You’re getting married this… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory

The most enduring sense is smell. We are hard wired to detect scent. A child recognizes mother’s scent and turns for… Read More

 

Lifestyle

5 Live Music Musts - May 22, 2015

Antje Duvekot Appears at the Sandywoods Folk Festival Saturday

This week on “5 Live,” we pick some top shows and great festivals outside of our beloved capital city and… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Great Blends from South Africa

If you are anything like me, your BBQ season has already kicked into high gear. The following are reviews of two outstanding… Read More

 

Food

Roger Williams Park Carousel Village to Host Food Truck Friday

Championship Melt will be one of the food trucks at Roger Williams Park on Friday.

The first ever Food Truck Friday at Roger Williams Park’s Carousel Village will take place on Friday May 22, from 4:30… Read More

 

Lifestyle

It’s All About Education: High-Quality Early Learning: Necessary For All

Lauri Lee

Last week, I met with the manager of operations and the communications coordinator for the Rhode Island Association for the… Read More

 

Food

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Coquilles St. Jaques

The word scallop comes from the Old French escalope meaning "shell," referring to the shell that houses the scallop.

 

Lifestyle

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Relationship Dilemmas

What to do when a blind date goes badly, and when he has pre-wedding jitters. How to regulate e-cigarette vaping in your home… Read More

 

Food

Ask a Bartender: What Should I Order?

What should you order? Well, truthfully, I believe you should order what you want. I think it’s definitely safe to say… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Organize + Energize: Starting a Business? It’s Time to Get Organized!

Starting a business can be an exciting, crazy, and stressful time. If you are disorganized, you will create more work for… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: 10 Great Pets in Need Loving Homes - May 19, 2015

Doja and others need homes

Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no further.

 

Lifestyle

Personal Tech for Women: 5 Things to Know About Purging Your Closet

When you’re in the midst of changing up your seasonal wardrobe – lighter threads for warmer layers

 

Lifestyle

Concert Review: Guitar Genius David Lindley at Lilypads

Lindley on Lap Guitar (photo: Rick Farrell)

Saturday night at Lilypads, music fans had a rare opportunity to see and hear legendary guitarist David Lindley.

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: Why Every Child Should Help Pay for College

Even for kids who have hefty college fund accounts, taking on some of the financial responsibility for their education can be a real gift.

While many students in America review financial aid packages and struggle to figure out how to pay for college next year, a… Read More

 

Lifestyle

NEW: Vinny Paz Movie Gets Picked Up in Cannes for $4M

Vinny Pazienza

Rhode Island film producer Chad A. Verdi's "Bleed for This" about world champion fighter Vinny Pazienza has been picked… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: 10 Fun Things to do This Weekend For Under $25

From heading down to the Newport to see the Volvo Ocean Race to mini golf to attending a Pawtucket Red Sox game, here are ten… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life…is Ageless…

I have been asked numerous times, by different people, about what I specialize in, and I tell them that I don't have a… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Peerless Pears

Urban gardeners must juggle ambition, opportunity and taste. We toss caution aside and dream beyond the window sill, fire… Read More

 

Beauty & Fashion

RI Beauty Expert: Universal Flatterers – Make-up Magic or Hype?

“What color will look good on me?” is the first thing we ask when we hit the makeup counter. But this season… Read More

 

Lifestyle

video: Providence’s Louisa Bay Wins Karlie Kloss Coding Scholarship

Karlie Kloss

Providence's Louisa Bay has been selected by international supermodel Karlie Kloss and the Flatiron School as… Read More

 

Lifestyle

NEW: Elorza Announces Providence International Arts Festival Line-Up

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and FirstWorks Executive Artistic Director Kathleen Pletcher announced the artist roster for… Read More

 

Lifestyle

5 Live Music Musts - May 15, 2015

The Kingston Trio Play the Park Theater Saturday Night

Its Roots-Rock week on “5 Live” as we highlight several area shows featuring some top Americana/Roots artists.… Read More

 

Lifestyle

NEW: RI-Based Brandi Project Launched to Help Rescue Dogs

Brandi

The Brandi Project, an organization dedicated to helping rescue dog organizations, has been launched in Rhode Island to help… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: The Other White Pinot

Most of you are familiar with the white grape variety Pinot Gris or Pinot Grigio, as the Italian examples are more commonly… Read More

 

Health

RI Ranks 26th for Biking, Elorza Kicks Off National Bike Month

This week Rhode Island was ranked 26th in a national survey of best states for biking.  The League of American… Read More

 

Lifestyle

United Way of RI Recognizes Tocqueville Society Members at 30th Anniversary

United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Tocqueville Society being established in Rhode… Read More

 

Lifestyle

It’s All About Education: Can Education Drive Social Change?

Lauri Lee

If you are a regular reader of my column, you may know that I was born in Washington, DC and raised in Maryland. I started my… Read More

 
 
 
 
 
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