Gist recommended the Board of Education begin implementing the standardized testing portion of its diploma policy with the class of 2020.
Union president asked the teachers to skip convocation because an agreement for a new contract hasn’t been reached.
Smiley’s decision could change the dynamic of the Providence mayoral race.
Candidates for mayor want to offer “creative incentives” or promotions to bring officers back to Providence.
Mayoral candidate wants to hire someone to oversee road repairs and change the way the city hires snow plow contractors.
Whitney Larsen’s depature comes on the heels of a new poll that shows Gina Raimondo leading Angel Taveras.
Chris Wall, a Democratic candidate running an aggressive campaign for Rhode Island Senate, is getting some deep-pocketed help.
The commission now has 180 days to conduct its initial probe, meaning findings will likely be released after the election.
Former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci could benefit if the unions decide against endorsing a Democrat in the race.
The Puerto Rican Cultural Festival says the money will be used to “stop this festival from going away.”
Solomon wants to increase the car tax exemption to $2,000, but said he’s facing “desperate attacks” from his opponents.
The Democratic mayoral candidate Michael said he would need approval from state lawmakers to make his goal a reality.
Democratic mayoral candidates says “connecting our neighborhoods, downtown, and the I-195 land is critical to economic growth.”
Democratic mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza said the citys has “handed out too many contracts to consultants and service providers without att…
Democrats Michael Solomon, Jorge Elorza and Brett Smiley have spent nearly $900,000 on their campaigns since Jan. 1.
The ordinance comes a year after a 15-year-old girl was caught working as a dancer in an Allens Avenue strip club.
The Democratic mayoral candidate said he wants to move to a “competency-based educational system.”
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Angel Taveras said his plan “can give our children a chance at a better life.”
The decision is certain to be appealed with the state Department of Business Regulation, says attorney Peter Petrarca.
The amendments will reflect his co-ownership of a local business, but his campaign says any errors he made were inadvertent.
The Board of Licenses will meet to discuss the future of The $3 Bar on Thursday.
The Providence mayoral hopeful said there are a “certain group of elitists” that don’t want him to win back City Hall.
Former Mayor Buddy Cianci owns two lucrative pieces of commercial real estate in Providence and Warwick.
Jorge Elorza says a new video that shows him saying he supports a municipal income tax “was intentionally edited to mislead voters.”
Jorge Elorza and Michael Solomon have an agreement, but Brett Smiley calls it a “political stunt.”