Buff Chace is planning a mixed-use development across from the Providence Journal building.
Reed joined fellow senators John McCain and Bob Corker in making calls to praise Australia’s loyalty as an American ally over the years.
The decision from Judge Taft-Carter came nearly 10 months after the trial ended.
Here’s a breakdown of every infrastructure project the mayor is proposing.
Complaint expected to be discussed at Tuesday Ethics Commission hearing.
In his State of the City address, the mayor painted an optimistic picture of Providence.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi follows the money to answer your questions about the state’s disastrous deal with Curt Schilling.
The release of the documents came in response to a federal FOIA request made by Target 12.
Employees from the firm that represented the city against the firefighters gave $4,100.
The agreement ends the litigation that then-Gov. Lincoln Chafee filed after Curt Schilling’s taxpayer-backed company collapsed in 2012.
Providence police officer accused of running background check on someone for personal use.
Elorza maintains Providence cooperates with federal immigration law.
They’ve been making headlines – and triggering protests – in recent days. But they’ve been around since George Washington.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles the Gallison scandal’s lessons, how Reed and Whitehouse are handling Trump and more.
Charles Denno has agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud.
Raimondo said she wants to see what Pawtucket and the team’s owners will “kick in.”
Gallison faces a mandatory minimum of two years in prison.
The outside analysis will give further ammunition to the PawSox owners’ argument that the team needs a new place to play.
How the Providence mayor’s personal story has shaped his views on illegal immigration.
The White House has distanced itself from a list of 50 priority infrastructure projects nationwide that included none in Rhode Island.
Federal funding makes up roughly 10% of the city’s total budget.
The city would need to ask the General Assembly to amend an existing state law.
Board members said they didn’t want to set a precedent by stripping David Marchant’s pension.
Philip Bilden, a businessman and former military intelligence officer, owns a home in Newport and is a prominent contributor to charitable c…
Providence already complies with federal law, but “we don’t extend ourselves and go out of our way.”