Mayor Elorza initially said 100% would go to charities, but he was not counting transaction fees.
Kali Reis claims she was beaten and pepper-sprayed by police in 2012.
Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare said he doesn’t have a timeline for when a new chief could start.
The city has moved its application system completely online.
Former Councilman Kevin Jackson was charged in 2016 and recalled from office in May.
Michael Hassett was placed on unpaid leave over the summer, but it’s unclear why he was fired.
The school department says a change in policy has “resulted in an increase in staff members being placed on administrative leave.”
The mayor has vetoed a council resolution calling for comprehensive studies of all new bike lanes.
A one-stop guide to Rhode Island’s crumbling classrooms and how to fix them.
The owners of several city bars face money laundering and tax evasion charges.
The donation stations are designed to curb panhandling throughout the capital city.
The short path will be open to the public for walking, bird watching, fishing, dog walking and photography.
An inside look at Lucy’s Hearth in Middletown.
Rhode Island Housing said it “strenuously disagrees” with the audit’s findings.
Dennis is a well-known community advocate and the founder of Unified Solutions.
Providence is one of many districts across the country investing in social and emotional learning.
A closer look at the Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS).
A new survey of more than 100 students and parents covers everything from family engagement to school climate.
Mayor Elorza also wants to connect the skating rink area with Burnside Park.
The items were taken from a city-owned building on Ernest Street.
Nearly 20,000 students in grades three through 12 reported getting picked on.
But the presidents of both unions says they’re hopeful deals can be reached.
But a police probe into the school department remains active.
The mayor has hired a consultant to begin a year-long planning phase before he funds are borrowed.
Some districts spend less than 1% of their total budget on supplies.