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NEW: Gas Prices Continue to Climb

Monday, March 14, 2011

Gas prices increased five cents this week, marking the sixth consecutive week of price increases, according to AAA Southern New England.

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3 Must-Knows for College Athletic Scholarships

Monday, March 14, 2011

Before we discuss where the money is for athletes, it’s important to point out that according to the NCAA, less than 2% of students playing high school sports will receive ANY kind of athletic scholarship. Strong grades, leadership roles and SAT scores are FAR more likely to land a lucrative scholarship for your child than sports. Still not deterred? Here is where you’ll find the elusive dollars in college sports.

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PowerPlayer: Dr. Michael Fine

Monday, March 14, 2011

The new interim director of the Health Department, Dr. Michael Fine, is GoLocalProv's latest featured PowerPlayer.

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Modern Etiquette + Manners: Splitting the Restaurant Bill

Monday, March 14, 2011

Time and again, it's the same dilemma, whether you're out to lunch with your posse celebrating your BFF's promotion, or decompressing over drinks with your crew after work—how do you just pay for you?

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Geeks Dinner Previews RI’s ICERM Center

Monday, March 14, 2011

A night with the Providence Geeks is always worthwhile, but this week's Geek Dinner on Wednesday, March 16, gives a sneak peek at an extremely exciting high-tech center coming to Rhode Island: the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM).

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RI Indie “Sleather” Heading to Boston International Film Festival

Monday, March 14, 2011

When Anthony Ambrosino and his partners finished shooting their first independent film in 2008, then promptly ran out of money, they thought it would never see the light of day.  How sweet it is, then, for Ambrosino et al to see Sleather, an indie comedic adventure about friends, family, and fame, earn a spot at the Boston International Film Festival. The film is scheduled to play Friday April 22 at the AMC/Loews Theater at Boston Common as part of the festival.

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College Admissions: 3 Must-Knows for Athletic Scholarships

Monday, March 14, 2011

Before we discuss where the money is for athletes, it’s important to point out that according to the NCAA, less than 2% of students playing high school sports will receive ANY kind of athletic scholarship. Strong grades, leadership roles and SAT scores are FAR more likely to land a lucrative scholarship for your child than sports. Still not deterred? Here is where you’ll find the elusive dollars in college sports.

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RI Economic Recovery: Better Than Expected

Monday, March 14, 2011

Revised data in the labor market indicates that Rhode Island's economy is in a "typical" recovery in terms of cyclical momentum, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ed Cooley PC’s Top Choice

Sunday, March 13, 2011

It's the definition of full-circle.  Barring any last minute snags, Providence native Ed Cooley will be coming home soon to coach the team he grew up rooting for at Providence College.

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Moses Brown Students Head to Dominican Republic for Service Spring Break

Saturday, March 12, 2011

As kids from Rhode Island independent schools head off for spring break starting today, a team of 11 students from Moses Brown school are preparing for a trip to the Dominican Republic full of hard work, service, and reward.

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