The report outlines a series of recommendations for improving oversight over the tax deal process.
Burglaries, larcenies and car thefts have been falling steadily in Providence for more than three decades.
The committee could oversee the school budget, teachers’ union contract and school board appointees.
The portrait, painted by Rhode Island artist Harley Bartlett, is funded entirely through private donations.
Charm Howie claims he was harassed, physically assaulted and falsely arrested by Providence police in 2015.
Thursday is a standard snow day in districts throughout the state. But under a new law, that could change for future storms.
Elorza said vehicles need to be off the street so city workers can plow “end to end” and “curb to curb.”
The board’s chairman says the controversial club failed to renew its liquor license.
The city finished the 2016-17 fiscal year with a $5.4 million surplus.
The mayor’s director of partnerships and intergovernmental affairs starts a new job Jan. 22.
But the police department is still finalizing a policy on its gang database.
Councilwoman Matos claims Council President Salvatore can’t undo appointments she made as acting president.
The Providence Board of Licenses is trying to shut down the controversial Federal Hill club.
The proposal would forgive $904,000 in taxes over 15 years.
The city’s use of tax stabilization agreements to incentivize development has become increasingly common in recently years.
The council is accepting resumes and cover letters until Jan. 20.
Vault Lounge is appealing a decision to take away its liquor license.
The senior deputy majority leader of the council owes the state $1,282 in fines.
Mayor Elorza and Stephanie Gonzalez are expecting their first child in June.
Emily Martineau has been named City Council chief of staff.
Council President Salvatore’s views on pensions, police reform, tax breaks and more.
Councilman Salvatore has been considered a rising star in city politics for several years.
Officials say their goal is to catch middle school students before they fall off track.
Vault Lounge’s attorney claims the club faced “trial by ambush” and has appealed the decision.
There were 9,352 charter school applicants from Providence last year, but only 725 seats.