Outspoken licensing board member Johanna Harris was not reappointed.
Councilman Kevin Jackson is still challenging the recall with the Board of Elections.
One city employee returned to work after he was suspended nearly 3 months.
An in-depth look at the ups and downs of Mayor Elorza’s first two years in office.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza could still block the actual expansion down the line.
The Partnership for Rhode Island includes the CEOs of Hasbro, CVS Health and IGT.
The five-year deal moves the fire department back to four platoons and reduces minimum manning.
Supt. Chris Maher says Providence schools are “a place of innovation, momentum and high expectations.”
Rhode Island’s junior senator wants Betsy Devos to pay $5.3 million in campaign finance fines.
They claim the expansion would damage “our students’ right to an adequately-resourced education.”
Elorza said he has discussed bankruptcy with the mayor of Detroit.
The city will spend $1.37 million over five years for 250 cameras and unlimited storage.
In an op-ed, Alan Hassenfeld and Ken Block say a bankruptcy could be “game changing” for the city.
The City Council is concerned Kevin Kugel is working for the city without council approval.
Elorza is encouraging residents with complaints to call 1-877-3HCRIME.
The Council on Elementary and Secondary Education is considering allowing a large spike in charter school students.
Sec. John B. King praised Rhode Island for investing in computer science and career and tech programs.
An in-depth look at the charter school’s plan to grown in the capital city.
Richard Jimenez and Joshua M. Brown were arrested Tuesday.
At least 30 people have been reimbursed over the last two months.
Dusk 2 Dawn doesn’t have a liquor license. But lawyers say booze is sold in the club.
An in-depth look at Achievement First’s relationship with Providence and its plan to grow.
There are still many unanswered questions about the potential impact of the expansion.
The Democratic House speaker isn’t waiting long to start refilling his campaign coffers after an expensive re-election race.
Achievement First wants to grow to 3,112 students by the 2026-27 school year.