York said she will "focus my attention on efforts to highlight what's at stake for Providence in this coming election."
The three leading Democratic candidates for Providence mayor say the city needs to crack down on troubled Atwells Avenue bars.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken Block is calling for the individual emergency dispatch centers to be consolidated.
David Caprio stepped down after just months in post and amid a state police investigation.
Caprio's resignation came as the State Police confirmed an active investigation into state beach concession contracts.
The ballots are available to be picked up at the City of New Bedford Election Office though noon on Sept. 8.
Democratic mayoral candidate wants Providence schools to become "one stop hubs for students, families, and neighborhoods."
Democrats Jorge Elorza, Brett Smiley and Michael Solomon each say they're the only one who can defeat the former mayor in November.
Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea also support bringing in an independent investigator on 38 Studios.
A debate between the two candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea.
The Ivy League school has faced criticism from political operatives and analysts who've raised questions about its polling methods.
Two leading Democratic candidates for mayor are criticizing each other over crime-fighting plans.
Providence currently has 399 officers on the force, down nearly 100 since 2002.
Four candidates for Providence mayor sparred over taxes, crime and schools during a forum on the East Side.
With 50 days to go, there's reason to think the 32-year-old has a shot at defeating Angel Taveras and Gina Raimondo.
Ted's weekly roundup tackles the feisty fight for lt. governor, Cianci, Raimondo's TV hit on Taveras, Jack Reed's sunscreen bill and more.