Press secretary Evan England will become the mayor’s new communications director.
The sale is contingent on the Providence Board of Licenses approving a new liquor license for the restaurant.
The city says it will no longer seek to have charter schools pay $800 per student, per sport, per season.
Charter schools will pay $800 per student, per sport, per season for students who play on traditional public school teams.
The Rhode Island branch of the Progressive Democrats of America say Mayor Elorza went back on a campaign promise.
City Hall closed its bathrooms after learning that Kennedy Plaza closed its restrooms.
The chairman of the City Council Finance Committee says the Elorza administration should have told the council it was considering the change…
Dr. Michael Magee will be the CEO of Chiefs for Change, a national school reform advocacy group.
An official with the International Association of Fire Fighters says she’s never heard of the schedule Providence is using.
Interim superintendent William Holland said it’s too soon to say how the city will decide to close schools, but confirmed student outcomes m…
HDR, Inc. will be paid $1.7 million for a “planning and engineering services” study, according to the city.
Several wives of Providence firefighters say moving to a three-platoon structure has been devastating to their family lives.
Lawyers for the city dropped their argument that the firefighters’ contract is “void and unenforceable.”
The two sides will try to reach a deal Wednesday on how much to pay firefighters for working 56 hours each week.
The fund has $20 million for immediate projects that the governor said could begin in September.
Ken Block is trying to raise $1,500 to pay for a public records request made to the city of Providence.