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WhatsUpNewp was recently awarded an Impact-Designed Investigative Grant (I-DIG) for investigative reporting from Local Independent Online News Publishers (LION) and the Excellence and Ethics in Journalism Foundation. What’sUpNewp, who was one of 18 grant winners across the country, is using our I-DIG grant to fund this project on Affordable Housing.

Podcast: Bob Weygand joins us to chat about statewide politics; hear...

On this edition of The Open Forum on AM 1540 WADK Newport, Frank Prosnitz and I were joined by former Lieutenant Governor and State...

Podcast: From homeless to a soon-to-be college graduate, the Joe Glennon...

Westerly, RI - On any given day in Rhode Island, there are more than 1,000 men, women, and children living in emergency shelters, cars,...

Affordable Housing – Part 2: More than a thousand RIers are...

On any given day, more than a thousand Rhode Islanders are living on the streets – in cars, in bus or train stations, in...

Podcast: A conversation about Lucy’s Hearth with Mark Gorman and Jennifer...

On this edition of What'sUpNewp Radio on AM 1540 WADK Newport, we hear (and learn) all about  Lucy Hearth and hear about their upcoming...

Affordable Housing: The solution wrests in our “Political Will”

This is the final story in WhatsUpNewp’s in-depth look at affordable housing in Rhode Island. Of course, we'll continue to follow up on leads...

HousingWorks Fact Book provides data as conversation shifts to economic benefits...

(Note: Over the last few weeks WhatsUpNewp has been exploring affordable housing issues. Last Friday, HousingWorksRI released its annual Fact Book, providing a detailed...