Providence Talks hopes to reach 2,500 city families by 2017.
Ward 4 Councilman Nick Narducci says he’ll begin physical therapy in the coming days.
The city saw a 15% drop in overall crime compared to 2013.
In his first year in office, Providence’s mayor has struggled to build alliances on the council. Now some are publicly criticizing him.
EDC Attorney Robert Stolzman said “it would be great to help a company and my in-laws.”
This week’s must-read focuses on the 38 Studios document dump, Providence financial problems and much more.
The city previously predicted it would end the year $27,000 in the red.
At least two officials deposed in the state’s civil suit against 38 Studios were also contacted by State Police.
Commissioner Steven Pare is calling on the firefighters to reimburse the city for more than $3,000.
The City Council will not be required to consider a voter-led initiative to stop taxpayer funds from being used for a sports stadium.
Buff Chace of Cornish Associates and his partners are asking for a 12-year deal with the city in order to covert the building into office sp…
The teachers voted to eliminate a provision that could have to led to a massive – and unintended – pay increase.
Nearly every elected official in the city skipped the mayor’s happy hour event on Federal Hill.
The city’s current budget calls for a class of 52 new firefighters, but the mayor hasn’t committed to moving forward with the academy.
Records show the city saw a 466% increase in injured firefighters in August 2015 compared to 2014.
An in-depth look at how Mayor Elorza’s decision to overhaul the fire department has become the dominant initiative of his first year in offi…