The group said more than 50 donors contributed $5,200.
City officials say they’re hopeful a “grand bargain” can be reached.
75 court cases will be rescheduled because of the demonstration.
More red light camera tickets and increased state aid are also parts of the mayor’s ask.
The mayor said constituents “may experience delays” in some city services.
A bill would prohibit catering companies from selling alcohol between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.
The city charter calls for a special election to be held within 60 days.
The city plans to consider valuation proposals from six companies.
Rhode Island still faces stubborn achievement gaps between poor and more affluent kids.
One proposal would raise taxes on the wealthy in order to fund school infrastructure projects.
The employee has been suspended, according to Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré.
The city has compiled a list of 324 properties it wants to take over.
The city claims the energy drink company owes more than $1,700.
Commissioner Pare said Providence won’t join a program that trains local cops to work as immigration officers.
The leaders of the recall effort say they have “broad support from throughout” Ward 3.
Jeff Britt is one of the state’s most well-known political operatives.
Ward is fifth chairman of the Providence Democratic City Committee since 2011.
Mayor Elorza opposes selling the water supply to a private entity, but is open to other options.
City Council members got a crash course on the camera program Monday.
In a city with high poverty rates, officials want to make sure students get a steady meal.
An in-depth look at a far-reaching proposal that would change how cops do their jobs.
The councilman’s attorneys are expected to object to the signatures.
The attorney general said it would be “fruitless” to pursue the investigation without state police support.
Buff Chace is planning a mixed-use development across from the Providence Journal building.
Providence has now closed 10,000 city services cases since Elorza took office.