Gianfranco Marrocco said he's trying to “survive in the worst economy since the depression.”
Democratic mayoral candidate wants Providence schools to become "one stop hubs for students, families, and neighborhoods."
Democrats Jorge Elorza, Brett Smiley and Michael Solomon each say they're the only one who can defeat the former mayor in November.
This week's roundup looks at the battle for secretary of state, Buddy Cianci's strategy for winning, key Assembly primaries and more.
Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea also support bringing in an independent investigator on 38 Studios.
Providence has won a $3-million private grant to create two small high schools as part of an effort to make “dramatic changes” in a district…
Two leading Democratic candidates for mayor are criticizing each other over crime-fighting plans.
Providence currently has 399 officers on the force, down nearly 100 since 2002.
Four candidates for Providence mayor sparred over taxes, crime and schools during a forum on the East Side.
Chafee touts investments and an end to "divisive labor warfare" as two areas where he has had success as governor.
Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis aggressively defended the office they’re seeking while taking repeated shots at each other.
Republican mayoral candidate Daniel Harrop said Providence has been hurt by "Buddy Cianci's incompetence and Democratic inaction."
A new ordinance would require recipients of special tax deals to pay their employees at least 125% of the minimum wage.
Candidate for Providence mayor says he'll double the Port of Providence's total exports by 2019.
Brett Smiley, a Democrat, picked up his first significant endorsement outside of the East Side – from Buddy Cianci's former driver.
The First Source law requires businesses that receive financial support from the city to give hiring preference to Providence residents.