On Thursday, homeowners from South Providence and Brown students gathered in front of the mayor’s office in City Hall to protest the EveryHome initiative.
Thayer Street’s Skewers has been back in business for the past couple weeks, boasting a revamped menu replete with both Mediterranean and Mexican options.
The city of Providence bid farewell to its longest-serving mayor, Vincent “Buddy” Cianci, Jr. with a funeral service Monday.
Mayor Jorge Elorza gave his annual State of the City address Tuesday night, focusing his speech on educational reform and business development.
Providence saw 5,889 crimes in total during the University’s fall semester, from Sept. 10 to Dec. 22.
Rep. Aaron Regunberg ’12, D-Providence, introduced a bill with several other representatives that would establish a single-payer health system in the state.
Vincent “Buddy” Cianci Jr., lawyer, radio host and Providence’s longest-serving mayor died Jan. 28 at the age of 74, leaving behind a memorable legacy.
Gov. Gina Raimondo will push for an increase in Rhode Island’s minimum wage from $9.60 to $10.10 per hour, she said at the State House last week.
Rhode Island Public Radio finds its home within a manila-folder, commonplace office that does not reflect the personality of the station’s newest CEO.
Jan. 20, high school students protested outside of the Providence School Department for the inclusion of ethnic studies in public school curricula.