A supporter of former Mayor Vincent “Buddy” Cianci filed Cianci’s declaration to run for the office again Wednesday.
City and U. officials announced several planned changes to Thayer Street — including new green space, a trash compactor and curb changes — Tuesday morning.
In a move of bipartisanship, several student groups have launched a voter registration drive involving local high schools.
The University of Rhode Island announced its intent to arm its campus police officers April 14 following a year of school-wide discussion.
Mayor Angel Taveras testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the city’s annual legislative agenda April 15.
The U.S. Department of Justice and Rhode Island have reached an agreement on reforming pay practices in workforce training programs.
The Rhode Island All-Payer Claims Database will require health insurers and administrators to submit eligibility and medical and pharmacy claims data.
City Council pledged last week to develop a plan to repair Providence school buildings.
The House Judiciary Committee heard testimony on bills to legalize marijuana and improve regulations on the sale and distribution of medical marijuana.
Ernest Almonte, adjunct lecturer of public policy, is currently running for the office of Rhode Island General Treasurer.