October marks the fifth anniversary of the Occupy Providence movement, a protest that saw hundreds of the city’s residents gather in Burnside Park.
A delegation from Guatemala City met with Providence officials to sign an agreement that will formalize economic and cultural exchange between the cities.
Luis Aponte, president of the Providence City Council, stands accused of illegally diverting assets from his campaign fund for personal use.
The city of Providence has won a $375,000 federal matching grant for body cameras for the city’s police force, according to a Sept. 26 press release.
Collegiate health centers are oftentimes the first stop for undergraduate women and female-sexed students seeking sexual and reproductive medical care.
Rhode Island filed suit against 34 oil companies Sept. 6, arguing that the entities contributed to contamination of the chemical MTBE in groundwater.
Former Mayor of Providence Joseph Paolino Jr. P’17 unveiled his plans for the redevelopment of Kennedy Plaza Wednesday at a closed-door meeting.
Tuesday’s state primary changed little for the Ocean State, with most incumbent candidates retaining their parties’ nomination.
The debate over the quality of primary and secondary education in Rhode Island is taking center stage once again.
A student found guilty of sexual assault will be allowed back on campus for the semester following an order issued from a U.S. district court judge Aug. 23.