NEW: RI Realtor Melanie Delman Passes Away

Rhode Island realtor Melanie Delman, President and Owner of Lila Delman Real Estate International, has passed… Read More

Robert Whitcomb, Columnist

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… Read More

R.W. Alley: “N.Smithfield’s Top Priority”

R.W. Alley, the award-winning illustrator of Paddington Bear offers his GoLocal weekly political cartoon.… Read More

Mark Curtis

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… Read More

John MacDonald

Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless Announces Award Winners

The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless announced the award winners.… Read More

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… Read More

Matt Taibi, Teamsters Local 251

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… Read More

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin

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… Read More

MA adds 6,100 jobs in August

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%,… Read More

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza

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… Read More

10 new human cases of West Nile Virus hit MA in 2018

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… Read More

Caught in Providence: Your Royal Highness

We love Judge Caprio. Some people REALLY love Judge Caprio. But will Judge Caprio love his new title?… Read More

Witman criticizes Elorza's handling of the potential strike

Witman Slams Elorza Over Lack of Leadership as Prov School Bus Drivers Move to Strike

Teamsters Local 251 has announced they will strike against Providence's school bus company, First Student. The strike was… Read More

Shannon Shallcross

Shallcross Discusses the Success of PVD Lady Project & Upcoming Summit on LIVE

Shannon Shallcross of The Lady Project joined GoLocal LIVE’s Chelsea Guay to discuss the upcoming Lady… Read More

Finneran: Wishing

Let’s start with the sad rather than the self-serving. Let’s start with Arthur Medici. He was a 26 year… Read More

Sandra Cano - one of CCRI announces outstanding alumni honorees

CCRI Announces 2018 Outstanding Alumni Honorees

The Community College of Rhode Island has announced the honorees for the 2018 Outstanding Alumni awards.… Read More

Nicole Forte PHOTO: LinkedIn

People’s Credit Union Names Forte Member Service Center Manager

People’s Credit Union announced the appointment of Nicole Forte to the position of Member Service Center Manager.… Read More

Michael O'Connor

PC Names O’Connor Director of Providence Alliance for Catholic Teachers

Providence College announced that Dr. Michael O’Connor has been named the director of the Providence Alliance for… Read More

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RI Tourism Launches “Fun-Sized” Tourism Campaign: SEE THE ADS

Commerce RI has launched its latest round of "Fun-Sized" tourism ads, and Chief Marketing Officer Lara Salamano joined… Read More

RI loses 2,400 jobs in August

NEW: RI Loses 2,400 Jobs in August

Rhode Island lost 2,400 jobs during the month of August, according to the RI Department of Labor and training. This marks… Read More


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