School board members are calling for the Elorza administration to increase the city’s contribution to the school department for the first ti…
The city is owed $1.45 million in past due police details from roughly 200 organizations across the city.
The city has seen 283 claims for potholes or other accidents in 2015, a sharp decrease from the same point last year.
The city says it has tabled its plan to sell Camp Cronin for the time being.
The state Department of Environmental Management wants to buy the 2.38 acres of waterfront property for $64,000 less than it is valued.
This week’s Saturday Morning Post includes pensions, Mayor Elorza’s plans to close Shark Bar & Grille, the PARCC exam and much more.
The city has identified the three partners involved with Shark Bar & Grille at the time Gordon Fox received bribes in exchange for a liquor …
The governor’s plan would reimburse cities for providing tax-stabilization deals to commercial developers.
The Department of Education said it is not asking school districts to report how many students skipped the PARCC exam.
From an increase in state aid to changes to the car tax, Mayor Elorza has asked the General Assembly to approve a slew of bills he believes …
Gov. Raimondo won praise from both sides of the aisle for a budget that seeks to spur economic development without major tax increases.
The governor’s budget calls on state lawmakers to make significant investments in education from pre-K to college.
The decision came after nearly an hour of testimony that included a Providence police detective explaining that Four Seasons Spa is known fo…
Elorza said the city will work night and day to repave many roads that have been damaged by the severe weather in recent months.
Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Williams and Sen. Juan Pichardo will be the new chair and vice-chair of the powerful city liquor board, respectively.
With students across the state set to begin taking the PARCC exam March 16, here are the answers to all your questions about the new test.