Rep. Gregory Costantino has already secured a judgment against the president of the City Council.
Five months into his term as mayor, Jorge Elorza has his first political showdown with a powerful union.
The mayor said Thursday he plans to shift the department from four platoons to three, a plan he says could save $5 million annually.
The deal must still be approved by the City Council and signed into law by Mayor Jorge Elorza.
The club’s owners have agreed to turn over video from the night a man was shot outside the bar.
The charter school is considering a move to the Windmill Street School, which closed in 2011.
Rev. Jeffrey Williams said Monday he plans to resign from the panel to focus on “increased church responsibilities.”
City lawyers asked the board to allow the bar to reopen, but the members kept it closed.
Providence police say some dealers are grossing $20,000 a day pushing heroin in every neighborhood.
ProvPort will pay the city $140,000 a year until 2036 for 9.3-acre expansion.
The mayor wants the Providence International Arts Festival to become one of the country’s biggest arts events.
The city still needs about $30 million in state and federal support to move the project forward.
Keith Oliveira told the City Council that the school budget in Providence is balanced on the “backs of kids.”
Providence could face cash flow problems if the budget is delayed by the City Council.
The mayor’s office expects a bond refinancing will help balance the budget for this year.
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