The Fourth of July, while celebrating the Independence Day of the United States, means different things to many people, right… Read More
After starting their quest for a third FIFA Women’s World Cup nearly a month ago, the U.S. Women’s National Team… Read More
It’s in our DNA as Rhode Islanders. We’re skeptics in almost every way from our lack of trust in the weather… Read More
The New England Revolution (6-6-8) fell 3-0 to (8-5-5) FC Dallas on Saturday night at Toyota Stadium in Dallas. The… Read More
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, along with his father and three brothers, will compete in the July 19 episode… Read More
A clause in the recently agreed upon Providence teachers' contract could trigger millions in additional costs to the… Read More
Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who is rising and who is falling in RI politics, business, and sports.
401(k) plans and big banks receive plenty of negative publicity, so it’s a change of pace when both are praised in the… Read More
Campaign supports small businesses during a long holiday weekend when shoppers are usually busy with cookouts and the beach.
Mayor Jorge Elorza has announced that Assistant Fire Chief Scott Mello will serve as the Providence Fire Department's… Read More
The businesses that owe the most in back taxes to Rhode Island include one of the country’s most prestigious… Read More
See the top 50 delinquent business taxpayers in Rhode Island.
Governor Gina Raimondo announced that Colonel Christopher Callahan is the next Adjutant General of Rhode Island, and… Read More
When Dylan Roof walked into the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina during Bible study and murdered nine… Read More
It’s Thursday, easing into what for many will be a long Fourth of July weekend. According to @GhiorseFactor,… Read More
Will Blackmon, a Rhode Island native and current defensive back for the Seattle Seahawks, will hold a USA Football… Read More
Charlestown resident Kevin Maynard has agreed to plead guilty in federal court to stealing granite gravestones and other… Read More
Former Patriot Brandon Spikes has pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a car crash back in June and has been handed a fine,… Read More
Community leaders -- and real estate professionals -- were among those who raised questions about Providence's stake in… Read More
Financial analyst and GoLocal MINDSETTER Michael Riley has released a report entitled "Providence Fraudulent Accounting and… Read More
There’s been much discussion this past week regarding the governor’s request for the GA to enact tolling for… Read More
The General Assembly recessed Thursday night after what the House Speaker and Senate President concurred was an impasse on… Read More
New England's own Keegan Bradley and Jon Curran have won the 17th CVS Charity Classic, posting a score of 21-under par… Read More
The U.S. Women's Soccer team defeated the FIFA Number One-ranked team Germany 2-0 to advance to their fourth World Cup… Read More
On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that same-sex couples have a fundamental right to marry. This… Read More
The state of Rhode Island could make a timeline right from the start of the American revolution all the way past the… Read More
Fife and drums, stars and stripes, salutes pop, Roman candles spout, we parade. Bonfires, Philharmonics play the 1812… Read More
The July 4th holiday is here which means so are the firework celebrations.
Patriotism has always been a foundational element of the United States.
Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is finally here. Now that graduations and Hallmark holidays are over for a few… Read More
There will be plenty of fireworks on display in Newport over the holiday weekend, but there's a lot more going on around… Read More
The annual Bristol 4th of July parade, the oldest annual parade in the country, will be celebrating its 230th year this… Read More
Bam! “Kick it up a notch”! Remember that guy? He used to be public enemy No. 1 for serious chefs. Emeril Lagasse… Read More
Since the dust of E3 has now settled it’s a good time to discuss one of the bigger announcements of the show, the… Read More
After nearly two months since the World Health Organization declared Liberia Ebola free, new cases of the virus have been… Read More
Do you remember summer vacation when you were young? Take a moment to think about how you spent your time.
Crepe Suzette was made famous in elegant Parisian restaurants at the turn of the twentieth century and has become standard… Read More
What to do when you want to keep your maiden name? What is the drill on baby showers these days? Best questions this past… Read More
If you follow my column, you know that I often discuss how business owners can become more organized and the benefits of… Read More
The 23rd Annual International Oktoberfest is moving from Newport to Providence.
Sunday, July 12th, the Hearthside House Museum in Lincoln will celebrate Rhode Island’s unique connections to the 1904… Read More
Too much sun? This time of year, too much time in the sun can leave you vulnerable to a host of problems, the three most… Read More
Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no further.
It’s been more than twelve years since the Station Nightclub fire in West Warwick, RI took the lives of 100 people in… Read More
This month, video gamers got to binge on their favorite pastime at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the annual… Read More
On Thursday, newportFILM will be showing Sunshine Superman, a documentary on Carl Boenish, one of the people that… Read More
If you were one of the nearly half a million students who took the June SAT, you may take the October SAT for free.
Take a look at 50 of the best known and most interesting films - some good, some blockbusters and some flops.
If you have any rudimentary knowledge about astronomy, anytime someone mentions the planet Saturn the image that immediately… Read More
Prolific writer Henry James called “summer afternoon” the two most beautiful words in the English language. But… Read More
1969 was an extraordinary year in American history, concluding a decade of enormous social and political upheaval. It was… Read More
“I want a tight butt.” “Flatten my belly.” “I want nice defined legs.” If… Read More
Federal Hill was filled with Alfa Romeos on Thursday night Federal Hill Commerce Association hosted Alfamiglia… Read More
All urban garden labors are love manifest. We imagine, dream, nurture. Our theme is love and our vocabulary the garden.… Read More