However, multiple people with direct knowledge of the talks emphasized the company hasn’t even settled on Rhode Island yet.
Supt. Kristen Stringfellow says dedicated teachers have paved the way for her district.
Rep. Anastasia Williams is suing the city for denying a grant to purchase a two-family home.
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Superintendents identified the biggest strengths and challenges in their schools heading into the new year.
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The change means Rep. Carnevale owes the city an extra $1,700 in property taxes this year.
“It’s not in this year’s budget, but we’re actively fundraising for it so by next year, we certainly want to make sure that we have them,” P…
The Board of Elections gave Jackson until Aug. 9 to file his past-due campaign finance reports.
Kevin Jackson is accused of embezzling more than $127,000 from the youth sports organization he co-founded in 1978.
Michael D’Amico served as Angel Taveras’s director of administration and earned $6,000 a month working for Mayor Elorza.
Records show Thomas Oates left Providence with about 242 unused sick days and 52 vacation days
Councilman Kevin Jackson has been fined more than $30,000 for failing to file fundraising reports
All projects must be approved by the city finance director and treasurer before Nov. 8.
“If we want our bond rating to go up, we need to pay down our debt and tighten our belt.”
Decision comes after a Target 12 investigation raised serious questions about where he lives.
Under the proposal, the city is required to spend $1.3 million in each ward.
Deputy Chief Thomas Oates is leaving Providence to become Woonsocket’s top cop.
Tony Simon has already been hired by U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Congressman David Cicilline.
“Our expectation was this would move expeditiously.”
City treasurer wants to hire a lawyer because “I don’t trust some people in the administration or solicitor’s office to give me the proper a…