The city is removing its foreign language requirement in favor of more elective courses.
Democrat Nirva LaFortune will take on Republican David Lallier Jr. and independent Chris Reynolds.
With WWE SmackDown returning on Tuesday night, here’s a look at why Providence is an “A” city.
The mayors will discuss policy proposals around the nation’s opioid epidemic, infrastructure investment and tax reform.
The firms credited Providence with improving its financial picture, but raised concerns about the pension system.
Mayor Elorza has said the city should generate revenue from the water supply, but he doesn’t want to privatize the system.
The ID cards will allow residents to do business with city, interact with law enforcement and use the public library.
CCRI maintains the vast majority of its students already stay in Rhode Island after college.
Government Strategies, Inc. is owed $36,000 for the work it did this year.
Ten donation meters will be installed throughout the city beginning this month.
The city has agreed to pay Jason August $26,000 for unused sick and vacation time and not challenge his pension.
A police investigation into what went wrong remains active.
The report comes with input from students, teachers, parents and other education stakeholders.
Mayor Elorza and other city officials met with reps from the Big 3 rating agencies last week.
The mayor raised nearly $87,000 for his campaign between April and June.
The city has paid out $243,455 for pothole claims over the last four years.
Jackson served 22 years on the City Council until he was recalled from office in May.
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.”