The university is more than doubling its footprint in Providence, but keeping its main campus in Bristol.
The head of the city’s municipal employees’ union said his members would oppose any changes.
Terry Hassett’s decision to drop out of the race means Luis Aponte is the favorite for council president.
Mayor Angel Taveras says he’s leaving Providence better than he found it.
Mayor Angel Taveras said he made up his mind to not seek re-election even before announcing his bid for governor.
In May, the city sued the bank for intentionally refusing to offer mortgages in minority neighborhoods.
Rhode Island offers one of the best pre-K programs in the country, but enrolls few students.
The construction unions support the project, but the hotel workers’ union is opposed.
“They were operating brothels and calling them whatever they wanted to.”
Cianci spent more than Democrat Jorge Elorza and Republican Daniel Harrop combined.
From new parking rules to development around North Main Street and South Providence, here’s a look at the key changes to the city’s zoning o…
“It is time for us to take a serious look at developing a statewide teacher contract for Rhode Island,” said Paiva Weed.
The former House speaker donated more than $90,000 to charities, but he may be able to use one of his political accounts for legal fees.
The city hires private detective to investigate employees and retirees it believes are committing fraud.
Education Commissioner Deborah Gist’s contract expires June 30, 2015.
The program led to the deportation of 345 people, but Mayor Angel Taveras says it did more harm than good.
The incoming mayor is traveling across Providence to listen to residents voice their frustrations with the city.
The judge unsealed witness statements, emails and other previously unreleased documents related to the investigation.
With Providence set to open two new high schools next year, we’ve got the inside look at why they’re considered so innovative.
A secretary at Asa Messer Elementary School released the child to an unauthorized adult last year.
The City Council president and former mayoral candidate acknowledged he failed to disclose his role in a real estate partnership.
The city has finally settled a years-long battle with the federal government over a taxpayer-funded loan program.
Even with Providence facing a projected budget gap, the new mayor said “raising taxes is not an option.”
At least four members of the City Council say they’re interested in replacing Michael Solomon as council president.
The average student in Rhode Island graduated with $31,561 in student loan debt for the class of 2013.