The Democratic primary is today and the general election is Aug. 16.
The first-term Democrat said letting workers go would be the only way to close a large deficit.
The winner of Wednesday’s Democratic primary will instantly become the most sought-after vote by presidential hopefuls.
The longer the state budget impasse continues, the larger the risk for local schools.
With a special primary set for Wednesday, here’s a look at what it can cost to run for City Council in Providence.
The city says it mailed out corrected information to voters on Monday.
If the projection is accurate, Providence would finally have a rainy day fund again.
Michaela Antunes will begin her new job next week.
The city learned “exhaust fumes may be leaking into the passenger compartment of certain versions of the Ford Explorer.”
DCYF wasn’t contacted until six weeks after James Duffy was placed on paid leave.
Nick Hemond said he is “extremely frustrated” with the way the school leaders handled the investigation.
The search warrants were executed Thursday.
Acting President Matos wants to know “what happened when school officials learned of this horrific, disturbing allegation.”
James Duffy, a gym teacher at Harry Kizirian Elementary School, has been on leave since May.
Police believe Rosemery Garcia was being compensated for delivering police and accident reports to a business.
20 school leaders will be selected for the initial program next month.
The mayors of most of the state’s largest communities oppose the bill.
Providence is now using Narcan more often than aspirin when it comes to treatments.
Four candidates rarely disagreed on Providence’s most pressing issues.
The councilman wants his colleagues to post campaign finance reports and financial disclosures online.
Providence’s Fire Department Trial Board viewed the comments as racially insensitive.
The announcement came during the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ summer meeting in Miami.
Ana Quezada is suspended without pay from her job in Providence’s department of inspections and standards.
Tim White, Ted Nesi, Dan McGowan, John Villella Jr. and Nick Domings shared the award for Best Investigative Report.
Cliff Wood will replace the foundation’s longtime director, Dan Baudouin.