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VIDEOS: Raimondo & Brown Elevate Charges of Lies and Failures - Gov Still Refuses to Debate

Thursday, August 16, 2018

In dueling interviews with GoLocalProv, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and opponent Matt Brown, the two leading Democratic gubernatorial candidates, lobbed charges of lies -- and countercharges -- as the race towards the September primary heat ups. 

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VIDEO: Councilwoman Cicilline-Buonanno Pulled Over On National TV

Monday, August 13, 2018

Narragansett Town Council President Susan Cicilline-Buonanno was pulled over on live national television under suspicion of driving under the influence on Friday.

Cicilline-Buonanno is the sister of United States Congressman David Cicilline.

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VIDEO: Great White Shark Caught in Rhode Island Off Misquamicut

Monday, July 30, 2018

A six-foot Great White Shark was caught 3/4 of a mile off of Misquamicut Beach on Sunday.

The shark was caught by Michael Lorello at around 12:30 p.m.

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Caught in Providence: Get Back Up

Saturday, July 28, 2018

A man admits to his mistakes in front of Judge Frank Caprio and the Judge gives him a break. 

See what happens in the video.

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VIDEO: Governor Raimondo Pitches Top Blockchain Executives on Benefits of RI

Friday, July 27, 2018

Governor Gina Raimondo made her pitch to some of the top blockchain technologists and innovators in the world at the Rhode Island Blockchain Summit on Thursday.

She tried to woo the industry to consider locating to Rhode Island and she hyped the accessible talent graduating from Brown University, URI, and other Rhode Island colleges.

Raimondo talked about the changes in the business climate and record employment in the state. It was Raimondo at her best — presenting a government willing to work to create a fair regulatory structure to an exploding industry.

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RI Can Become a Welcoming Home for Blockchain, Says RI Commerce Secretary Pryor

Friday, July 27, 2018

Rhode Island Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor spoke with GoLocal following the morning session of the 2018 Rhode Island Blockchain Summit -- and spoke to how he sees the state embracing the emerging technology. 

"First of all its a phenomenal gathering -- I want to thank all involved for making it happening. We have businesses and representatives from around the world -- with just a couple weeks notice -- because they believe Providence and RI is on the move

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Caught in Providence: 3 Judges

Saturday, July 21, 2018

You can take the teacher out of the classroom....Judge Caprio never misses a teachable moment with future lawyers and judges. But will the defendant get a break, or get taught a lesson?

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VIDEO: Magaziner Refuses to Release Contract with Oaktree, Firm Tied to Pay-to-Play Scheme

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

State Treasure Seth Magaziner continues to refuse to release the agreement between Rhode Island's Employee Retirement board and the private equity fund Oaktree Capital. Last Week, GoLocal unveiled that Oaktree will pay the United States Securities and Exchange Commission a $100,000 penalty tied to the pay-to-play scheme involving then-Treasurer and now-Governor Gina Raimondo.

Magaziner's office has refused to release the agreement for the $20 million state investment because "[it]may contain trade secrets and commercial or financial information that could cause material harm to the fund if released." The office has refused to release a redacted version.

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VIDEO: Cianci Blasts “Deplorable” Conditions at Mt. Pleasant High School in Providence

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Providence City Council candidate Steven Cianci is blasting Mount Pleasant High School in Providence for “deplorable conditions.”

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VIDEO: Coventry Fire, Police Challenge Warwick in #LipSyncChallenge

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The Central Coventry Fire and Police Departments are the latest to join the #LipSyncChallenge -- posting a medley of lip-synched and choreographed songs to their Facebook page, and challenging their colleagues in Warwick to come up with their own. 

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