The team’s new owners unveiled an $85-million proposal for a 10,000-seat, taxpayer-subsidized ballpark overlooking the river.
The money would be paid back over 25 years using earmarked tax dollars from the area that would benefit most from the streetcar line.
State retirement officials say Paul Labbadia did not work enough years to earn pension.
From family income levels to student absenteeism, here’s an overview of key statistics about Rhode Island children.
If a judge approves the hundreds of pages of legal documents, a “fairness hearing” on the deal would take place on May 20.
The mayor plans to work with the City Council to allow cultural festivals to take place without interruption this summer.
The roundup has Larry Lucchino coming to Providence, Linc Chafee for President, the threat to local hospitals, a 38 Studios update and more.
The mayor wants to have “flexibility to negotiate payment plans” with various groups that owe Providence money.
Johanna Harris believes state law requires to city to reimburse her for $17,000 in legal fees stemming from an investigation into a no-bid c…
Rhode Island’s highest-ranking lawmakers won’t reveal the same information prosecutors used against former Speaker Fox.
Lincoln Chafee said Thursday he may seek the Democratic nomination for president. WPRI.com’s Ted Nesi breaks down the reasons.
Gist has been Rhode Island’s education commissioner since 2009, but is moving back to her hometown to lead the Tulsa School District.
The governor’s HealthSource RI assessment would cost Rhode Islanders 66% more than the fee for HealthCare.gov next year.
Only 77% of 25- to 54-year-old Rhode Islanders held down a job last year, tied with Maine for the lowest level in New England.
Union President Maribeth Reynolds-Calabro said she “wanted an agreement months ago,” but the two sides have reached a deal.
Investigators from the FBI and the Office of Inspector General were at the Providence Veterans Administration Medical Center to conduct an i…
The bank’s Mineral Spring Avenue branch will close, and its deposits are being transferred to Bank of Internet USA.
From pensions to the Providence streetcar, the weekend roundup looks at the week’s most important stories.
Mayor Elorza said the streetcar is “essential component of our strategy to enhance public transportation and accelerate economic growth in P…
While overall annual crime is down in Providence, violent incidents increase during spring and summer months.
Former Chief Justice Frank Williams unveiled a deal that preserves the bulk of the roughly $4 billion saved by the 2011 law.
With roughly $4 billion at stake, the House speaker indicated only “two small groups” have voted to reject the proposed deal.
From garbage to crime, Mayor Jorge Elorza says he wants to improve the way Providence handles all city services.
The Care New England hospital chain, which has more than 8,000 employees, confirmed it’s exploring “strategic partnerships.”
A line of troopers spent about 20 minutes filling a black trailer with a series of video monitors and other devices.