On Oct. 6, Crossroads Rhode Island, a nonprofit organization that provides housing services to individuals within the state experiencing homelessness, broke ground on a new permanent supportive housing development at 94 Summer St. The new housing development will include 176 apartments for formerly ...
On Nov. 2, the Johnston Zoning Board will continue their hearing of Green Development’s Winsor III proposal to create a new 160-acre 19-megawatt solar farm in Johnston.
Artist and adjunct professor Heather McMordie welcomed The Herald into her studio to learn more about The Providence Community Herbarium.
State publishes 2020 greenhouse gas inventory reporting air pollution reductions meeting mandates from 2021 Act on Climate
2023 Housing Fact Book, Rhode Island Zoning Atlas detail various housing trends
According to the 2019 survey, an average of 53,000 people sought food assistance in Rhode Island each month. In 2023, that number has jumped to 75,000.
The Providence City Plan Commission approved a dimensional adjustment and two design waivers for the 269 Wickenden mixed-use project.
R.I. Coalition Against Domestic Violence unveils ‘One of Us’ campaign for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Lawmakers, policy directors discuss clean energy goals, equitable workforce initiatives
Content warning: This article includes references to overdoses and substance use challenges.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority recently concluded its 13-month pilot program to offer free rides to passengers on the R-line.
The third annual Taste of Thayer event, held Wednesday evening, showcased local businesses while also raising funds to support the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
The spending plan, crafted by the Executive Climate Change Coordinating Council, funds a wide array of projects statewide.
Gabe Amo and Gerry Leonard addressed IRA and their thoughts on transitioning to renewables.
Advocates demand accountability, solitary confinement reform after seven deaths in R.I. prisons this yearBy Yael Sarig | October 9
Protestors interrupt Mayor Smiley’s PVDFest celebration, demand investigation into ACI conditions
Brown is set to pay an average of $8.7 million annually to Providence before possible deductions.
Providence’s City Council announced the formation of a nine-member special tax commission to investigate the city’s current revenue streams and tax laws, and to consider possible alternative revenue streams on September 7th.
Sojourner House, a Providence-based nonprofit, has received one of eight grants as part of a new program from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women, allowing the organization to provide more extensive legal services.
The Eviction Prevention Assistance Program, a successor of RentReliefR.I., ended Aug. 31. The program was funded by the remnants of $200 million in federal dollars from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program and $152 million in federal rental assistance allocated to Rhode Island as part of the American ...