The cameras are expected to generate $3.65 million in revenue this fiscal year.
With lots of recent changes, a breakdown of who holds the top jobs under Mayor Elorza.
Malone previously worked for Gov. Raimondo.
The Elorza administration has asked the City Council to raise the maximum number of traffic cameras in the city to 45.
The Elorza administration maintains $1,500 stipends owed to 1,300 retirees will be paid on time.
A new report shows the city’s arts and culture industry generated nearly $206 million in economic activity in 2015.
None of the “heavy lift” bills Mayor Elorza asked the General Assembly to approve won passage this year.
Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan said the program “creates a great incentive for them to live in the city in which they serve.”
Michael Solomon will earn $120,000 as the mayor’s senior advisor on intergovernmental and municipal affairs.
The Elorza administration is hoping the meetings will lead to a boost in the city’s credit ratings.
About $23.5 million will be set aside for street paving and sidewalk repairs.
The winner advances to take on Republican Dave Lallier Jr. and independent Chris Reynolds on Aug. 16.
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.”