A Rhode Island School of Design student was robbed Friday at approximately 6 p.m., according to a community-wide email from the Department of Public Safety. The incident occurred near the intersection of Benefit and Meeting Street. While walking at night, the student was approached by three males, one of whom […]
With President-Elect Donald Trump’s administration becoming clearer by the day, the new leadership appears at odds with progressive Providence politics.
As sophomores and juniors seek housing off campus for next fall, the Office of Residential Life has shifted the lottery system for rising juniors.
The halls of Hope High School were silent Saturday night, save for the occasional echo of applause emanating from a packed school cafeteria.
Protests in opposition to the unexpected election of President-elect Donald Trump have sprouted up in cities across the nation since his victory Tuesday.
Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere is currently canvassing for the $50 million Housing Opportunity Bond initiative.
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.