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While Providence has placed 72 employees on leave this school year, other districts say they aren’t seeing an increase.
The survey included a question about how Mayor Elorza would fare against deceased former Mayor Buddy Cianci.
Seventy-two school department employees have been placed on leave since September.
People seeking help will immediately be connected with support services 24 hours a day.
Union President Maribeth Calabro said “teachers are desperate for help.”
Crowell has been the mayor’s communications director for the last year.
The state would ask voters to approve a $250-million bond in 2018 and again in 2022.
The Providence Salary Review Commission is set to recommend pay scale increases across city government.
Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare wants the City Council to make changes to the Providence External Review Authority.
Providence is trying to decide how it should spend $4 million in unexpected school funding from the state.
The city has agreed to pay $7,500 to settle the federal lawsuit.
The union claims some students are even “taunting teachers with threats” of contacting DCYF.
The deal settles state and federal legal disputes regarding overtime payments.
Joseph Esposito, 71, is accused of selling marijuana and butane oil to an undercover officer on multiple occasions.
Police say the investigation into the incident is closed.
Multiple police departments says a change in the system is causing headaches for officers.
The new hires bring the fire department from an all-time low of 312 workers to 395.
Matt Clarkin is known for raising concerns about the city’s finances before true problems emerge.
Providence says the increase in “leaves” is related to DCYF policy.
The mayor of Pawtucket said the new facility “is in a less populated, industrial area in closer proximity to the highway.”
A proposal supported by the mayor would grant tax breaks based on the money developers plan to spend on construction.
“I’m not trying to be critical, but I think that if you’re watching the video and watching what happened, there seems to be a flaw.”
Councilman John Igliozzi wants cameras in every classroom.
The superintendent of the state police helped the passenger of a pickup truck who was seriously injured in last week’s shooting.