A city man told Providence police he was stabbed in the leg after a suspect forced him to drive to a Citizens Bank and attempt to withdraw m…
The council says the ordinance will help create 107 affordable housing units and generate $75,000 annually in tax revenue.
Smiley’s plan would eliminate the mayor from loan-making decisions.
The Providence City Council is seeking to override Mayor Angel Taveras’s veto of an affordable housing ordinance that he claims would put Rh…
His proposal calls for a formal set of written policies for snow removal procedures.
The famous wife of gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell told Providence police her car was stolen from the couple’s East Side home.
The man largely credited with helping save Providence from bankruptcy is leaving City Hall.
Liz White is the latest high-profile departure from Mayor Taveras’s staff.
City police seized 138 guns in 2013, up slightly from the previous year. | Photos: Police display seized guns »
515 of the city’s 605 students who haven’t shown improved on the NECAP would be eligible to graduate if there was no test.
Ken Block said Rhode Island’s tax policy has put it in the “national hall of shame.”
Providence only provides bus passes to students who live farther than three miles from school.
Providence police responded to dozens of accidents during Thursday’s morning commute as drivers across the city were forced to navigate icy …
Providence officials say they suspended a boxing program at a South Side recreation center after an internal investigation found the program…
Small business owners would be eligible to receive up to $10,000 from the city to improve their exterior storefronts, under a program launch…
RI students are posting improved test scores, but the state is still not meeting most of its goals for closing the achievement gap.
All three of leading Democratic candidates for governor found reasons to be optimistic with the first primary poll.
The Providence mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate said he’ll leave the city better than he found it.
The owner of Providence’s tallest building said Monday he will again seek state support to help turn the vacant skyscraper into apartments.
Former mayor says he hasn’t made up his mind about running yet, but believes “the city needs a vision.”
Smith’s last day is Feb. 28. He’ll be replaced by Maribeth Calabro until an election is held later this year.
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Bill would create stream of funding for nonviolence programs in high-crime communities.
Students are off from school Wednesday, but that’s not such a bad thing, according to a new Harvard study.
Three years of Council records show a pattern of missed meetings from some members. EXTRA: Launch Interactive »