Providence Councilor Opposed Liquor License, Got $500, Then Backed It—Now Not Sure
|Providence Councilor Opposed Liquor License, Got $500, Then Backed It—Now Not Sure
Providence City Councilman John Goncalves opposed, then supported, a liquor license application in Wayland Square near a Read More.
|Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not? – March 17, 2023
Every Friday, GoLocalProv takes a look at who is rising and Read More.
|Wealthy Executives Make Millions Trading Competitors’ Stock With Remarkable Timing: ProPublica
On Feb. 21, 2018, August Troendle, an Ohio billionaire, made Read More.
|CCRI President Hughes Announces Her Departure – Helped to Create Free-College Program
Community College of Rhode Island President Meghan Hughes Read More.
|With One-Third of Rhode Islanders on Medicaid, State Rolls Out Plan for Renewals
Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee and community partners on Read More.
|DEM Director Gray: Probably Should Have Taken Action Earlier and We Still Have an Enforcement Hammer
In an interview with Rhode Island Department of Read More.
|Sneakers, Cash Stolen From Providence Store in Armed Robbery
Police are investigating an armed robbery at an apparel Read More.
|Beacon Charter Schools Celebrates 20th Anniversary—With Home Loan Investment Bank’s Support
Beacon Charter Schools will commemorate its 20th Anniversary Read More.
|Before DeSantis, Miami Was Fun – Froma Harrop
Let’s be grateful that Ron DeSantis devotes so much of Read More.