Julia VazMetro Editor
Julia Vaz is a Metro editor covering the environment and crime and justice beats. She is a sophomore from Brazil studying Political Science and Literary Arts.
Around 150 students and community members joined Jews For Ceasefire Now for a community gathering.
A man was shot outside the Islamic Center of Rhode Island Friday afternoon.
On Nov. 2, the Providence City Council passed the Building Energy Reporting Ordinance, which mandates that owners of large buildings — those over 20,000 square feet — must track and report their energy usage to the city.
BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now organized the sit-in, which was in solidarity with the walk-out organized by Brown Students for Justice ...
Back in 2000, when then Brown PhD candidate David Gregg PhD’00 was reading the Providence Journal over his fiancée’s shoulder, a small invitation caught his eye: The Rhode Island Natural History Survey wanted volunteers to join their first ever BioBlitz, a whole day of counting animal and plant ...
Trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, cow theft marked previous celebrations
RIPTA's new program will allow 600 low-income riders to continue using the bus service for free another six months.
Artist and adjunct professor Heather McMordie welcomed The Herald into her studio to learn more about The Providence Community Herbarium.
R.I. Coalition Against Domestic Violence unveils ‘One of Us’ campaign for Domestic Violence Awareness Month